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Submitted by schiefaw
schiefaw (552727) writes "I am working on a medical device that could be useful in a mobile environment. I am currently evaluating 3G connectivity, but I was wondering if there was some defacto standard for a data link being used by emergency vehicles. Any information would be appreciated."
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  • One really needs to define "emergency". There isn't an "overall" data link layer protocol. Every area is different it seems.

    I know that some use Motorola DataTAC and ARDIS data.. but that's back in the day.

    And that the company I work for provides link layer services for TEMPEST Telemedicine products:
    http://www.rdtltd.com/ [rdtltd.com]

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