Jul, 2010
Public Safety Communications Technical Report: Task-Based Tactical and Surveillance Video Quality Tests
United States. Department of Homeland Security. Office for Interoperability and Compatibility
"This report describes laboratory studies of the quality required for the following public safety video applications: 1. Tactical 2. Live surveillance 3. Recorded surveillance. Requirements for these applications are based on the studies described here, and are given in Section 4 of the Public Safety Statement of Requirements (PS SoR) Volume II, Version 1.2. The tests described in this report were executed as task-based subjective tests, following the test methods described in ITU-T Recommendation P.912."
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    United States. Department of Homeland Security. Office for Interoperability and Compatibility
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    Jul, 2010
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    Public Domain
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    Emergency management/Emergency equipment and systems

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