Joe Marx, AT&T’s federal regulatory assistant vice president, talks about the technical challenges associated with providing location information with wireless indoor calls to 911, the FCC’s regulatory efforts in this area, and potential solutions to the problem, including the use of beacons.
Gary Spedaliere, senior director of technical sales for Dali Wireless, describes the features of the company’s flexible digital DAS solution during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the recent HetNet Expo in Chicago.
Many emergencies occur inside structures, so first-responder communications require in-building coverage that is complete, reliable and flexible enough to support myriad technologies. All-digital DAS solutions may be the answer.
Bachir Aboujaoude, business development manager for Commscope’s distributed coverage and capacity solutions group, describes the features of the new ION-U, which is designed to simplify DAS planning, deployment and optimization. Aboujaoude spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the recent HetNet Expo in Chicago.
Mekki Bennis, sales engineer for iBwave, demonstrates the capabilities of the company’s new Mobile Planner, which lets users model Wi-Fi and small-cell coverage for customized in-building system designs on a tablet, at the HetNet Expo in Chicago.
Todd Landry, corporate vice president of product and market strategy for JMA Wireless, explains how the company’s indoor DAS systems and small-cell outdoor solutions provide reliable coverage for both commercial operators and public-safety agencies during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson at the HetNet Expo in Chicago.
Alan Perdue, executive director of the Safer Buildings Coalition, discusses the importance of working with DAS and small-cell manufacturers on strategies that ensure in-building communications for public safety during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson yesterday at the HetNet Expo in Chicago.