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LMR + LTE: The Evolving Public-Safety Network examines the most important issues facing today's evolving public-safety communications systems. It tracks the evolution from narrowband voice LMR systems to broadband data LTE networks and how they will work together. It is organized into four sections. The Standards and History section covers developments in standards and technology rollout plans including FirstNet. User Perspectives tracks various public-safety user insights and concerns for the two technologies. The third section, Applications: PTT, Video and More, highlights video, robots, PTT and cutting-edge LTE applications on the horizon. And Planning for the Future looks ahead to how systems might evolve, 5G and challenges to address.
Cost: FREE

COVERAGE: Critical Considerations for System Challenges contains 20 chapters that examine some of the most demanding coverage problems and solutions for today’s evolving communications systems. If you’re looking for a solution to improve your network’s coverage, let this e-book help.
Cost: FREE


Useful technical specifications for portable radios available around the world
Cost: FREE

Since its 25-year anniversary in 2014, Project 25 has continued on its journey to enhance interoperability. The Project 25: Advances in Interoperability and the Technology’s Future ebook covers a variety of topics including the history of the standard, wireline interfaces, security considerations, the P25 Compliance Assessment Program (CAP), interoperability efforts, the effects of FirstNet, user deployments throughout the U.S. and the world, and more.
Cost: FREE

Digital Radio in the Americas: A Guide for Migrating from Analog to Digital is packed with invaluable information for any organization that is planning a digital upgrade or is considering migrating to a digital system. It provides information on: the technical differences of digital technologies, a comparison chart of DMR, NXDN, P25, TETRA and dPMR digital standards, considerations for a digital upgrade, how standards drive interoperability, case studies for critical infrastructure industries, private wireless /enterprise, and public safety, funding options, procurement advice and more.
Cost: FREE

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