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  • May 26, 2015
    Commentary

    All-outdoor microwave delivers secure, scalable backhaul for public-safety networks

    All-outdoor microwave backhaul systems deliver the key elements needed for the transport layer of an outdoor-based LTE system, including scalability and security....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 8, 2015
    audio

    Global Wireless Technologies: David Gross discusses new Mobile Radio Node, deployable FirstNet strategy

    David Gross, director of product marketing for Global Wireless Technologies (GWT), discusses the company's philosophy behind deployable public-safety communications and the Band 14 Mobile Radio Node, which is being announced today and should be commercially available late this year. About the size of a notepad, the Mobile Radio Node features a configurable lite Evolved Packet Core (EPC), a commercial-grade router, configurable LTE and Wi-Fi radios, and optional in-band LTE backhaul....More
  • Apr 7, 2015
    Video
    Urgent Communications

    EF Johnson Technologies: Arindam Roy discusses P25 Phase 2 solution, features of new repeater

    During IWCE 2015, EF Johnson Technologies introduced the the ATLAS P25 Phase 2 Systems Solution and the ATLAS 4500 Multimode Station. In this video, Arindam Roy—EF Johnson Technologies director of systems product management—explains that the ATLAS 4500 is the industry's smallest, fully software-definable repeater that operates in P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2 modes....More

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