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January 21, 2021 |  Comments
Anterix CEO Rob Schwartz said that private LTE can help solve the challenges created by grid modernization within the electric distribution community.

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January 19, 2021 |  Comments
In comments on the FCC’s decision to allow commercial use in the 4.9 GHz band, public-safety entities continued to oppose the decision and push the FCC to vacate, while other industry organizations showed support for the effort but said strong FCC oversight is needed for the new rules to succeed.

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January 12, 2021 |  Comments
A U.K. appeals court set aside freezing orders against Hytera and its U.K. subsidiary that froze the companies’ assets and prevented them from moving them out of the country. In April, the U.K. High Court approved a request from Motorola Solutions for a freezing order that prevented Hytera from moving up to US$345.7 million in assets out of the country.

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January 05, 2021 |  Comments
2020 was a busy year for the industry as the COVID-19 pandemic forced first responders to find new ways to provide services and a variety of regulatory actions drastically changed the spectrum landscape.

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January 04, 2021 |  Comments
As it has since 2017, the ongoing worldwide legal battle between Hytera Communications and Motorola Solutions once again dominated RadioResource International’s most read stories in 2020.

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December 29, 2020 |  Comments
A business case for the replacement for the Florida Statewide Law Enforcement Radio Systems (SLERS) estimated that implementation of the new system will take approximately four-to-six years. Therefore, the business case said it is critical that the state develop a transition and support plan that will allow the current network to support users through that implementation.

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December 22, 2020 |  Comments
The fourth quarterly Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) plenary e-meetings of 2020 recently concluded. At these December meetings, 3GPP momentum continued with more Release 17 (R17) progress.

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December 22, 2020 |  Comments
Congress repealed its mandate to the FCC to auction the T-band spectrum and relocate incumbents by 2021 as part of a massive appropriations bill that included a variety of coronavirus relief measures

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December 21, 2020 |  Comments
A judge for a U.S. district court denied a motion from Motorola Solutions seeking an injunction that would prevent Hytera Communications from importing, distributing and selling specific products. At the same time, the judge granted Motorola a royalty for Hytera’s use of Motorola’s trade secrets.

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December 15, 2020 |  Comments
The National 911 Annual Report found that a growing number of states are adopting statewide next-generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) plans, implementation of emergency services IP networks (ESInets) is increasing, and more states and people are using text-to-9-1-1 services.

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December 15, 2020 |  Comments
Improving coverage is at the core of every radio communications system and each system has its own unique challenges. “New Developments in Wireless Coverage,” the latest ebook in MissionCritical Communications' educational series” addresses topics including new technology that extends coverage, improving in-building coverage, interference concerns, mapping trends, LTE and FirstNet, backhaul demands, disaster solutions and the impact of policy.

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December 07, 2020 |  Comments
A draft version of the Senate Appropriation Committee’s fiscal year 2021 appropriations bill includes language expressing concern about interference, specifically to electrical transmission activities, from unlicensed use in the 6 GHz band.

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November 30, 2020 |  Comments
It is, as we are all too aware, a strange time for everyone, so I am extremely proud of the way TCCA, our members and partners have continued to support the enhancement and development of critical communications. The progress of key projects has continued uninterrupted thanks to a smooth transition to online working.

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November 17, 2020 |  Comments
Welcome to November 2020. The election is finally behind us, COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the United States, and the number of wildfires, major storms, and hurricanes continue to make our first responders’ work even more essential. When FirstNet was created in February of 2012, it was a result of the public-safety community having banded together across disciplines. The Public Safety Alliance (PSA) sought and received support from a variety of organizations including governors, mayors and most LMR venders.

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November 03, 2020 |  Comments
The arrival of 5G has a lot to offer the public-safety community. With its faster speeds, greater capacity, ultra-low latencies and advanced support for IoT, 5G will enable massive adoption of new public safety applications. These will include remote-controlled devices, field delivery of telemedicine and improved situational awareness using drones and video analytics complementing current LTE/4.9G mission-critical networks.

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