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Latest issue - January 2016

In this issue

  • Disaster relief

  • Test and measurement

  • Ruggedisation

  • Guest Wi-Fi

  • Antennas

  • Looking at... small cells

Latest issue - January 2016 Front



Radio amateurs: in the eye of the storm

Radio amateurs: in the eye of the storm

The aftermath of December’s storms devastated the North of the UK. Laurence Doe discovers how RAYNET’s radio amateurs gave their assistance, and the GSMA’s approach to preventative measures for disasters

Latest News

Cost of a typical data breach estimated at £1.2 million

Cost of a typical data breach estimated at £1.2 million

A new Risk:Value report from NTT Com Security has revealed that most business de…

Laurence Doe,10th Feb 2016
GSMA releases new IoT security guidelines

GSMA releases new IoT security guidelines

The GSMA has today announced the release of its security guidelines for the Inte…

Sam Fenwick,9th Feb 2016
New whitepaper from Cisco reveals 74 per cent increase in global mobile traffic in 2015

New whitepaper from Cisco reveals 74 per cent increase in global mobile traffic in 2015

Global mobile data traffic grew 74 per cent in 2015 according to the Visual Netw…

Laurence Doe,5th Feb 2016
Motorola camera hacked by researchers at Context Information Security

Motorola camera hacked by researchers at Context Information Security

Researchers at Context Information Security, independent advisors and managed se…

Laurence Doe,2nd Feb 2016
Airbus Defence and Space starts R&D consortium to develop mission critical broadband

Airbus Defence and Space starts R&D consortium to develop mission critical broadband

Airbus Defence and Space has set up an R&D consortium with French telecommunicat…

Laurence Doe,29th Jan 2016
FCS calls for member support to get BT to sell Openreach

FCS calls for member support to get BT to sell Openreach

The Federation of Communication Services has called for its members to comment o…

Laurence Doe,26th Jan 2016
One in three home routers to be used as public Wi-Fi hotspots by 2017

One in three home routers to be used as public Wi-Fi hotspots by 2017

A new study from Juniper Research predicts that at least one in three home route…

Laurence Doe,26th Jan 2016
MET Police Service awards ESN control room migration contact to Frequentis

MET Police Service awards ESN control room migration contact to Frequentis

On 21 December 2015, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) in partnership with t…

Sam Fenwick,20th Jan 2016

In-Depth Features

Rugged tablets: the quest for low TCO

Rugged tablets: the quest for low TCO

Rugged tablets can withstand dropping, vibration, heat, cold, water and dust. No…

Sam Fenwick,20th Jan 2016
T&M: What gets measured gets managed

T&M: What gets measured gets managed

This old adage may not be true for people, but it is certainly right when it com…

Sam Fenwick,20th Jan 2016
Guest Wi-Fi: navigating the hazards

Guest Wi-Fi: navigating the hazards

In an era of heightened security awareness, too many organisations appear to be …

Sam Fenwick,20th Jan 2016
Radio amateurs: in the eye of the storm

Radio amateurs: in the eye of the storm

The aftermath of December’s storms devastated the North of the UK. Laurence Doe …

Laurence Doe,20th Jan 2016
Antennas: Best of British

Antennas: Best of British

Antennas may not be as exciting as the latest applications or the next wave of h…

Sam Fenwick,19th Jan 2016
4G: taking on fixed line systems

4G: taking on fixed line systems

As the internet becomes central to everyday life, both at work and at home, 4G c…

Sam Fenwick,23rd Dec 2015
The road towards 5G

The road towards 5G

The telecoms industry always plans ahead. While 4G has yet to be fully rolled ou…

Sam Fenwick,23rd Dec 2015
Wireless for retailers: Surprises in store

Wireless for retailers: Surprises in store

Ensuring that shoppers have Wi-Fi connectivity brings numerous opportunities for…

Sam Fenwick,23rd Dec 2015