Chapter 14 - frequencies for each channel. Multiplex-...

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Chapter 14:     Communications Radio band - a range of radio frequencies. Radio frequency - the number of times per minute a radio wave oscillates. Ultrahigh frequency - radio frequency band from 300-3,000 MHz PCR (Patient Care Report)- the written record of an EMS response. Priority Dispatching - system using medically-approved questions and predetermined guidelines to determine the appropriate level of response. Radio Communication Technologies : Simplex - communication system that transmits and receives on the same frequency. Duplex - system that allows simultaneous two-way communications by using two
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Unformatted text preview: frequencies for each channel. Multiplex- duplex system that can transmit voice and data simultaneously. Trunking- system that pools all frequencies and routes transmissions to the next available frequency. Model Verbal Reports (Encodes) Medical Patient Paramedic Identification Patient ID Subjective Data- c/c, duration of c/c Objective Data- SAMPLE Plan- what treatments & adjuncts Trauma Patient o Paramedic ID o Patient ID o Mechanism of Injury o Injuries- SAMPLE, OPQRST o Plan FCC- agency that controls all nongovernmental communications in the USA....
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course PARAMEDIC 101 taught by Professor Bator during the Spring '11 term at Columbus State Community College.

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