Aviat Networks this week at IWCE 2015 will conduct its first public demonstration of the IRU 600 EHP, which boasts transmit power of 39 dBm—five times the output power of the company’s previous model and the greatest transmit power in the commercial marketplace, according to a company official.
Chris Moore, senior vice president, discusses the company’s demonstrations during next week’s IWCE 2015 show of its dynamic-spectrum-arbitrage technology, which he says “really is the answer to the business model for FirstNet.”
FirstNet board members will consider issuing a second public notice on key policy questions during a special board meeting on Monday, and FirstNet Chairwoman Sue Swenson is slated to testify next Wednesday as part of the Senate Commerce Committee’s first oversight hearing about the three-year-old organization.
Brett Dawson, owner and president of Raven Electronics, describes the interoperability capabilities of the company’s M4x technology platform, which also enables network managment. The solution lets end users communicate seamlessly between LMR and cellular technologies, which enable myriad partnership opportunities with dealers and other solutions providers.
Todd Schlekeway, executive director for the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), talks about the NATE Unite 2015, the organization’s annual conference that will be conducted Feb. 23-26 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Highlights of the show include a presentation by Ed Parkinson of FirstNet, as well as eduational sessions on small-cell deployment and workplace safety.
San Diego-based TriTech Software Systems today announced the acquisition of Tiburon. The deal expands TriTech’s customer base by more than 350 sites, which means that TriTech supports installations in 82 of the 100 largest municipalities in the United States, according to a company press release.
Steve Kropper, vice president of Parallel Wireless, explains how the company’s flexible public-safety LTE solution was demonstrated during the recent Cause III exercise along the U.S.-Canada border, as well as how the LMLTE approach can meet first-responder requirements while provide substantial cost savings to FirstNet.
Some of the big challenges in the radio-dealer industry are succession plans amid a trend of increased consolidation in the dealer sector. Dave Robison, the late USMSS/TRNI chairman, spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson about these issues and how they impact the way dealerships are valued.