Harris last week exhibited at IACP 2015 in Chicago its Signal Sentry 1000 that provides this information in real time to critical-infrastructure operators, so they can quickly identify the jamming source and take steps to mitigate the problem.
If you missed attending the HetNet Expo this week presented by IWCE’s partner, the HetNet Forum, don’t worry too much. IWCE is hosting a free webinar next week on “In-Building, HetNets and Towers: How Do They All Fit Together?” that will help you catch up on some of the latest developments in this exciting space.
Alan Perdue, executive director for the Safer Buildings Coalition, discusses the organization’s enhanced website, upcoming fire-code meeting and tomorrow’s free webinar on in-building public-safety communications sponsored by SOLiD.
Eric Abbott, director of product management and strategy, highlights the revenue potential that wireless carriers–particularly in rural areas–can realize by developing reliable, secure solutions for the healthcare sector.
Mike Petersen, director and general manager for Vertex Standard, explains how the company’s new EVX-Link product lets an enterprise affordably extend its DMR network coverage inside a building, across the city or across a continent.
David Witkowski, chief solutions architect for Oku Solutions, highlights some of the topics he covered during Wednesday’s online learning session “Testing and Measurement of LTE Technologies,” including the role that LMR radio shops will play in FirstNet and tools that can be used to ensure that public-safety agencies get the coverage and throughput from an LTE provider (be it FirstNet or a commercial carrier) that they paid for.
Tony Bardo, assistant vice president for government solutions at Hughes Network Systems, explains how the company’s Spaceway satellite solution can provide the backhaul needed to support public-safety LTE, such as when deployable systems are leveraged in areas outside of the fixed terrestrial network.
James Patterson, vice president of public and federal solutions for Oceus Networks, details some of the design and engineering challenges associated with the deployable LTE sites—both systems on wheels (SOWs) and cells on wheels (COWs)—being leveraged in the New Jersey public-safety LTE system, which is scheduled to be completed by Sept. 30.