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April 13, 2021 |  Comments
In public safety and emergency situations, there are different priorities for people and connected things to communicate with each other and to trigger actions accordingly. This is a complex technical and operational challenge, partly because the scope of connected sensors, automated plant and information display devices varies widely, leading to a large number of integration points. As a result, many public-safety systems focus on single-purpose solutions, missing opportunities to design for cross-silo and interoperable services.

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April 06, 2021 |  Comments
Public-safety networks such as FirstNet are being rolled out so first responders have reliable, resilient, optimized broadband communications when carrying out their respective missions. Such networks are designed to deliver instantaneous, uninterrupted communications, as well as to give government agencies the ability to collect and analyze streaming information for better response.

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March 29, 2021 |  Comments
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) just unveiled its new standard for portable radios used by emergency services in the hazard zone. For the first time, NFPA 1802 (2021 edition), defines a very rugged radio and speaker microphone that are designed for the inherently hostile environment that firefighters, hazardous material (HAZMAT) teams, or other agencies that operate in a hazard zone work in.

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March 23, 2021 |  Comments
Communicating with personnel has always been challenging for companies with workers in the field, widespread workforces in siloed divisions and office locations, or deskless staff who travel. Now that COVID-19 has all but eradicated traditional in-person relationships and many in-office team members are now working remotely, keeping everyone synced is an even more daunting task.

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March 08, 2021 |  Comments
Countries around Europe find themselves in different stages in the process of deploying public-safety LTE capabilities. Officials from five European countries offered an update on their progress in deploying the capabilities during a webinar hosted by TCCA.

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March 03, 2021 |  Comments
New FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington said he wants to be an ally and advocate for public safety and emphasized the importance of regulatory certainty for public safety.

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March 01, 2021 |  Comments
In its annual report to Congress, the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) highlighted efforts it and FirstNet contractor AT&T took to serve first responders during an unprecedented year, as well as the rising number of connections to the network and the success of the buildout.

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February 08, 2021 |  Comments
As the critical communications industry gradually transitions, we are expecting to see it complement or replace highly reliable and secure TETRA and other radio networks with LTE technologies.

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February 05, 2021 |  Comments
Verizon is providing critical communications support for Super Bowl 55 in Tampa Bay, Florida, in a year where the Super Bowl will look quite different due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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February 02, 2021 |  Comments
Mission-critical communications are called that for a good reason, which is that they cannot fail regardless of the circumstances. But, fail they do, for all sorts of reasons. A good continuity of operations plan is key to ensuring the failure doesn’t impact the ability to complete your mission.

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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, including integrating new types of energies and end uses, 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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Webinar: FirstNet — Managing Testing and Vaccination Logistics

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June 2021

21 - 25
UTC Telecom and Technology Conference
Portland, Oregon
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15 - 18
APCO Conference and Expo
San Antonio, Texas
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27 - 30
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2021
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