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07/24/2012

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Conrad

It's very difficult to find an answer to the following: Is it permissible to use wireless technology as the primary fire alarm system approach in Public Schools in New Hampshire? I was told that wireless technology is prohibited for public school alarm applications. I find it hard to rationalize since our entire nation is, for example, dependent on wireless technology such as the MILSTAR Satellite complex to help ensure the security of our great nation.

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