Jim Barthold

Jim
Barthold
Articles
Better days ahead
There have been a variety of reasons why the public-safety space has yet to widely adopt the 4.9 GHz licensed wireless spectrum
A heads-up when surf's up
Washington state's tsunami alert system is getting a lot of attention
Through the looking glass
Wireless video gives emergency room doctors a vital head start on treatment
Truly a no-brainer
Boston suburb blazes a trail in 4.9 GHz--and hopes others come along
A double-edged sword
Without doubt, there is gold and perhaps silver and platinum, too, depending on the components to be mined from repairing and maintaining today's new
IP pushes its way into LMR world
The transition from traditional land mobile radios, or LMRs, into next-generation IP-based devices will resemble the Mississippi River's convergence with
Health care ahead of wireless curve
Put 30 different corporations with 30 inter-related disciplines under a single roof. Add dozens of different communications systems, and you'd have today's
Wireless data trial is a gas
The telecommunications industry frequently uses a pipe analogy to describe data transport. Twisted-pair copper, used by telephone companies, is considered
BPL BATTLEGROUND MOVES TO VIRGINIA
The war between amateur radio operators and broadband-over-powerline providers has a new skirmish line: the historic city of Manassas, Va.
The IP debate
Dealers are divided on whether it's a great opportunity or just a lot of hype
Simulcast saturates Missouri county
Size and terrain made coverage spotty for first responder radios
Interoperability at its finest
Various safety agencies, vendors cooperate on inauguration day security
Motorola completes 4.9 GHz tests
Motorola said it has completed the initial phase of its first 4.9 GHz broadband solutions in Tulsa, Okla
Radio glitches vex Philadelphia police
Failures of 800 MHz system allegedly put officers at risk
Combating America's drug problem
RFID tages will track pallets and bottles using layered information

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