• Aug 18, 2017
    Urgent Communications

    Broken Arrow, Okla: Mark Ketchum talks about P25 system, integration with LTE

    Mark Ketchum, communications systems engineer for the city of Broken Arrow, Okla., discusses the work done to provide a regional P25 system and integration efforts with LTE. Ketchum contributed to the design of the Harris XL-200P, a portable radio that which supports communications across multiple LMR bands, LTE and Wi-Fi....More
  • Nov 4, 2016
    Urgent Communications

    Harris: Michelle Johnson describes work being done at company's LTE Center of Excellence

    Michelle Johnson, director of LTE products and strategic partnerships for Harris, highlights the research-and-development work being conducted at the company’s LTE Center of Excellence during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson at the Critical LTE Communications Forum in Chicago....More
  • Sep 6, 2016
    Urgent Communications

    Harris/Rivada: Umesh Bhavsar explains how quality-of-service capabilities could work on FirstNet

    Umesh Bhavsar, a senior product manager at Harris RF Communications—a partner on the Rivada Mercury team that is bidding for the nationwide FirstNet contract—describes how quality of service for first responders can be altered dynamically by public-safety policies and potentially controlled by public-safety personnel to meet the specific bandwidth needs associated with a response....More
  • Sep 1, 2016
    Urgent Communications

    Tait and Harris: Garry Diack, Chris Young outline expected benefits of companies' new relationship

    Tait Communications CEO Garry Diack (left) and Chris Young, president of Harris Communications Systems, explain how the recently announced strategic partnership between the manufacturers should help both companies....More
  • May 5, 2016

    As technology changes rapidly, policies lag too far behind

    A lot is happening in the technology arena, with innovations happening constantly in the IP and wireless sectors. But policy development lags well behind technology advances, and that could be dangerous as the new applications are used in more critical settings....More

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