Support for mission-critical LTE communications research became global when the Global Alliance of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials and TETRA Critical Communications Association announced joint support of first-responder LTE research being conducted in the U.S.
The aim of the CCBG is to enable all mission-critical and business-critical users to access their information systems, Intranet and Internet at broadband speeds using their professional mobile devices wherever they are and whenever they have the need.
PowerTrunk and its parent company Teltronic S.A.U. confirm again that the company’s TETRA land mobile radio devices have full FCC authorization to be marketed and deployed in the U.S. without any restrictions.
We haven’t heard much since major TETRA intellectual property holder Motorola gave its blessing to the Utilities Telecom Council to form a working group to identify the technical issues related to the use of the technology in the U.S. for utilities, and to find a way to make the standard meet FCC equipment requirements. But things are heating up a bit.