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  • Feb 19, 2014

    Dealers provide valuable link to customers in the communications industry

    IWCE's Urgent Communications launches Dealer Insights, a monthly e-newsletter with content designed to help dealers do their jobs better and more efficiently....More
  • Nov 20, 2013
    Urgent Communications

    F5 Networks: Diameter signaling a key component of public-safety LTE

    Joe Fried, director of sales for F5 Networks, explains the role that diameter signaling plays in LTE networks and how the technology can be especially useful to the public-safety sector during a conversation with UC Editor Donny Jackson at the Signaling Focus Day before the LTE North America conference in Dallas....More
  • Nov 17, 2013
    Urgent Communications

    Davicom allows remote monitoring of communications sites

    Guy Fournier, Davicom's regional sales manager for the U.S. and Canada, outlines the features of his company's solution that enables remote monitoring of communications sites during last week's Communications Marketing (CMA) conference in Nashville, Tenn....More
  • Nov 12, 2013
    Urgent Communications

    TPL Communications improves remote monitoring of power amplifiers, looks to future

    TPL Communications President John Ehret describes the remote-monitoring capabilities of the company's power amplifiers and discusses some of the technologies on its horizon with UC Editor Donny Jackson during the Communications Marketing Association (CMA) conference in Nashville, Tenn....More
  • Oct 24, 2013

    Why military personnel make good radio techs 3

    Radio shops can benefit from hiring qualified military personnel, based on their RF communication experiences and myriad intangible characteristics, according to Greg Kern, a partner with Bradley-Morris, a job-placement firm that specializes in finding work for former military personnel....More

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