Base stations/repeaters

Choosing the right base station(s) for your radio network requires careful thought if you're going to get all the functionality you need - especially if you're tempted to use handsets from another manufacturer

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Teltronic connects Tavantolgoi coal mine with TETRA network

Spanish telecoms group Teltronic has successfully deployed a TETRA network to serve a railway corridor linking the Gashuunsukhait Port in Mongolia with one of the largest untapped coking and thermal coal deposits in the world.

The railway line linking Bodi ...

Ofcom appoints new spectrum lead

Communications regulator Ofcom has made a new appointment to manage what it described as “the lifeblood of the UK’s wireless industry”.

After former appointment Dan Lloyd was unable to take up the position as director of Ofcom’s Spectrum Group due to family reasons, ...

City of London hosts mobile connectivity pilot

Mobile infrastructure services provider Cornerstone has announced a partnership with Freshwave to deliver a mobile connectivity pilot which it claims will help “future-proof” the City of London Corporation’s small cell communication infrastructure.

Connectivity ...

BT trials new quantum radios

BT has announced it has begun trials of new quantum receiver technology that uses ‘excited atoms’ to boost the capabilities of 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) networks.

The receiver technology boasts significantly greater sensitivity than traditional radio equipment ...

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5G business case: CW testbed

The CW 5G accelerator in Cambridge develops both technological and business applications in relation to the 5G standard.

In the time since its initial announcement over half a decade ago, 5G has been pitched, both to consumers and to business, as representing a total ...

Jason Johur Big Interview

Philip Mason talks to Ericsson strategy and market development director Jason Johur about the opportunities created by mission-critical organisations’ increasing use of broadband

The Big Interview section across the past couple of issues of Land Mobile has ...

BT’s 5G university challenge

Philip Mason talks to BT’s principal technology partner, David Wrout, about the UK’s first dedicated 5G network at the campus of Warwick University

One of the themes of the latest issue of Land Mobile is the way in which ‘work’ is likely to be carried out in a ...

The next steps for 5G

MWC 2020 may have been cancelled, but vendors still unveiled plenty of new products and solutions. Here, Land Mobile picks out a few of the announcements made by some of the major cellular infrastructure vendors.

Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of new product and ...

5G indoor coverage

Corning’s Michelle Engarto discusses cellular indoor coverage solutions and how the company is preparing for the 5G revolution.

Michelle Engarto, VP, wireless product management at Corning Optical Communications, is responsible for its wireless portfolio, which ...

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