IT professionals are often tasked with planning, provisioning, implementing, and managing LMR networks with the assumption that all computer networks are basically the same and have the same general requirements. However, in some cases this assumption has resulted in LMR networks being inadequately provisioned, resourced, and managed or maintained. While each system is a network, significant differences between the two must be considered to address the infrastructure, planning, and lifecycle needs of typical IT networks versus the unique requirements of LMR networks.
CISA always 6 pages long and full of catchy words.
Is there anything beyond this that really adds any real substantial value ?
I would add that mesh networks behave differently than networks where
there's a well defined base station (like a wifi access point). Mesh
networks tend to suffer very sharp congestion collapse behavior far,
far short of the theoretical maximum throughput.