Coverage & Interference

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  • Jun 24, 2015
    Commentary

    Tips for resolving interference issues amicably

    Nothing fouls up your ability to communicate with your teams in the field or back at the station than interference. Sometimes it can be intentional; sometimes it is just accidental. Either way, you know it needs to stop, but you don’t know how to make that happen or where to turn for answers. The Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA) is here to help....More
  • Jun 18, 2015
    Commentary

    Upcoming eLearning session: How to use LTE and Wi-Fi to extend your LMR network

    Join us on Wednesday, June 24, from 2 p.m . to 3 p.m. Eastern time, for our next eLearning session, which is entitled “Extending Your LMR Network with LTE and Wi-Fi.“ Industry expert Joe Blaschka Jr., principal of ADCOMM Engineering Company, will explain how to extend your LMR network with LTE and Wi-Fi to create a multi-network architecture that improves coverage today while setting the stage for FirstNet and other broadband offerings....More
  • May 21, 2015
    Commentary

    What’s the right infrastructure for public-safety DAS?

    When deploying a distributed antenna system (DAS) to provide in-building coverage, some vendors recommend a separate overlay for the public-safety network, while others recommend integrating public-safety coverage and capacity into the cellular wireless network. Which is the right approach?...More
  • May 19, 2015
    Commentary

    Process for states’ opt-out opportunity complicates FirstNet business model 2

    FirstNet's business model promises to be challenging, even under the best of circumstances. But will the processes surrounding the opt-out decision-making process by states and territories create even more problems?...More
  • Apr 23, 2015
    Video
    Urgent Communications

    Motorola Solutions: Alan Conrad demonstrates prototype handheld LTE eNodeB/EPC, drone application

    Alan Conrad, distinguished member of the technical staff in the chief technology office of Motorola Solutions, demonstrates the capabilities of a prototype LTE eNodeB/evolved packet core (EPC) that could be used in a terrestial setting—or an aerial drone—to provide public-safety users with LTE coverage in locations not covered by a fixed LTE network like FirstNet, or to enhance capacity in an incident area....More
  • Apr 15, 2015
    Commentary

    Tiger Teams and the FCC Enforcement Bureau 10

    The FCC has announced plans to reduce the staff of its Enforcement Bureau. Given the explosion in the use of wireless devices across all markets—thereby increasing the potential for interference—wouldn't it make more sense to expand the Enforcement Bureau's capabilities instead of trying to consolidate them?...More
  • Apr 15, 2015
    Commentary

    Three two-way-radio licensing myths … busted 3

    Some things you might have heard about frequency coordination may not be true....More

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