New digital systems are interfering with existing analog systems in many locations. None of the potential solutions are easy, and radio dealers should be prepared to help customers explore the various options to address their problem.
Carlson Wireless Technologies CEO Jim Carlson discusses the FCC rules for technologies to utilized the TV-white-spaces spectrum and the potential impacts that next year’s proposed incentive auction could have on the unlicensed airwaves during this interview with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson. (Part 1 of a podcast series)
David Witkowski, senior product manager for Anritsu, discusses the problems that some LMR digital system operators are having with interference caused by commercial wireless carriers, and explains how effective test-and-measurement practices can help mitigate that interference.
Seth Buechley, president of SOLiD Technologies and founder of the Safer Buildings Coalition, details some of the company’s recent in-building deployments and unveils the name of the new executive director for the Safer Buildings Coalition.
Alan Perdue, the new executive president for the Safer Buildings Coalition, talks about the organization’s effort to ensure that first responders have in-building communications during this conversation with UC Editor Donny Jackson at the recent LTE North America conference in Dallas.
Newfield Wireless CEO Marc Bensadoun describes his company’s solutions for LTE network planning and for measuring network performance after deployment. Bensadoun spoke with UC Editor Donny Jackson during the recent LTE North America conference in Dallas.
Cambium Networks’ new ePMP point-to-multipoint solution is designed to help address broadband connectivity in emerging markets, as well as solve backhaul issues for enterprises and public-safety video surveillance.
Ireland-based Multipath Networks this month is introducing its bandwidth-aggregation technology–used by first responders and enterprises in Europe–to U.S. consumers and enterprises. The solution is expected to be commercially available early next year.