Wireless Networks

  • Apr 6, 2015
    Urgent Communications

    BearCom: Jerry Denham talks about hiring, training challenges driven by RF-IP convergence

    Jerry Denham, president and CEO of BearCom, explains how the convergence of RF and IP technologies is driving better solutions for customers, as well as creating new challenges in the industry to find and train people that can support them....More
  • Mar 27, 2015
    Urgent Communications

    Zetron: Jim Lyon describes planned offering to integrate LMR and PTT over cellular with Kodiak Networks

    Jim Lyon, system sales engineer for Zetron, explains how his company’s integration with Kodiak Networks will let an LMR network be extended to the coverage area of a cellular, Wi-Fi or other IP network via a push-to-talk-over cellular (PoC) application....More
  • Mar 26, 2015
    Urgent Communications

    JVCKENWOOD: Kentaro Abe showcases company's biometrics solution

    Kentaro Abe, product manager for JVCKENWOOD, demonstrates how the company's biometrics solution can help incident commanders monitor the on-scene health of responders. The solution is expected to be commercially available this summer....More
  • Mar 4, 2015

    Line2: CEO Doug Brackbill discusses company's Wi-Fi calling service for enterprises

    Line2 CEO Doug Brackbill talks about his company’s enterprise Wi-Fi calling service and its ability to support seamless roaming with cellular networks during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson....More
  • Nov 22, 2014

    There is an optimistic future for 911 wireless location accuracy

    By George Rice, iCERT.By leveraging readily available technologies like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, carriers can provide public-safety answering points (PSAPs) with better accuracy and dispatchable addresses that can be conveyed quickly to first responders when 911 emergency calls are made, even if the communication is initiated from a wireless device from inside a building....More

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