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Convergent combat net radio

Dr Dave Sloggett explores the issues that arise from creating interoperable combat net radio systems on coalition environments and asks whether commercial LTE and 4G technologies provide an answer

21 May 2014 11:02 AM

Harnessing mobile ad hoc networks for battlefield comms

Military and public safety organisations are using mobile ad hoc networks in the field, but it’s important they recognise the technology’s limitations, writes George Malim

21 May 2014 10:58 AM

Mobile 4G networks over satellite

Two UK projects have developed a man-portable, easily deployable 4G network over satellite for use by military and PPDR users, as James Atkinson finds out at British APCO Manchester

21 May 2014 10:53 AM

Norway’s enhanced TETRA network

Norway’s public safety Nødnett TETRA network is the first to feature the TEDS standard, which will greatly enhance its data capabilities as James Atkinson finds out

20 May 2014 12:25 PM

Progress at last on NextGen 999

Attempts to enhance the UK’s emergency calling beyond a voice-only service have been bogged down for years, but progress is finally being made, discovers James Atkinson

19 May 2014 12:58 PM

Data transfer for emergency services

The UK’s MAIT project to develop a hub to transfer incident information between the emergency services is nearing the trial stage, reports James Atkinson

19 May 2014 12:54 PM

Murray Irrigation upgrades radio and SCADA with Simoco

Murray Irrigation’s need for a communications solution capable of delivering resilient, IP-based voice and data communications has been met by Simoco Xfin’s unique IP-based distributed architecture

19 May 2014 12:43 PM

LTE core in a box

Adax’s LTE core in a box solution is now Cloud-based, providing a cost effective solution for smaller mobile operators, as European operations director Robin Kent explains to James Atkinson

19 May 2014 11:29 AM

LTE – mission critical networks

UK Broadband is deploying Huawei’s ‘enhanced’ LTE solution, which incorporates mission critical functionality not found in the current standard. James Atkinson finds out

19 May 2014 11:26 AM

Curating the Wi-Fi experience

Connecting to Wi-Fi networks can be a frustrating business, but California-based Devicescape’s curated virtual network is designed to benefit operators, Wi-Fi providers and consumers, as CEO David Fraser tells James Atkinson

19 May 2014 11:22 AM

Taking TETRA into the future

Despite all the talk about next generation mission critical communications, the TETRA radio standard still has plenty of life in it. James Atkinson talks to TCCA CEO Phil Kidner

16 May 2014 04:53 PM

Mission critical applications for 4G LTE

The TCCA’s CCBG working group is collaborating with the LTE standards bodies to incorporate mission critical functionality into 4G. James Atkinson catches up with CCBG chairman Tony Gray and Jeppe Jepson to check on progress

16 May 2014 04:49 PM

Partnerships a first for FirstNet 4G network

Without all the funding needed to achieve its goals, FirstNet, the US broadband network for public safety organisations, is looking at bringing together a hybrid of public, private and existing assets. George Malim reports

27 Mar 2014 04:37 PM

ESN – too much, too fast?

The UK Government’s Emergency Services Network project will provide the emergency services with a new 4G broadband voice and data solution using commercial bearers – an unprecedented move – and one it wants signed off in just 12 months. James Atkinson reports

27 Mar 2014 09:55 AM

Surrey Police harnesses broadband applications

Surrey Police has been working with Airwave to trial its 4GMax product, which bundles bandwidth from commercial mobile networks together to enable data applications, such as video streaming, from the field. James Atkinson reports

26 Mar 2014 05:02 PM

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