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PAC weighs in on threat to emergency services, ESN transition now expected to conclude in September 2020

PAC weighs in on threat to emergency services, ESN transition now expected to conclude in September 2020

The Public Accounts Committee has published a report warning that Vodafone’s plan to retire the Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) service that the Airwave TETRA network requires to function in March 2020, “"strikes a major, potentiall…

Sam Fenwick, 21st April 2017
Sepura supplies TETRA system to second RHS site

Sepura supplies TETRA system to second RHS site

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has chosen Sepura for a second time to supply a complete digital communications solution for one of its key visitor sites. Supplied in conjunction with sales partner Chatterbox Ltd, the solution – comprising an…

Sam Fenwick, 20th April 2017
Hytera to acquire Norsat

Hytera to acquire Norsat

Norsat International Inc, a provider of communications solutions for remote applications has announced today (27 March) that it has entered into an arrangement agreement with a subsidiary of Hytera, under which Hytera will acquire all of Norsat’s sh…

Sam Fenwick, 27th March 2017
Hughes develops humidity-detecting connector cap to help combat PIM

Hughes develops humidity-detecting connector cap to help combat PIM

Hughes Electronics has developed a connector cap that turns pink in the presence of humidity - one of the causes of passive intermodulation. Research performed by Hughes Electronics and London Southbank University, has found that humidity makes a …

Sam Fenwick, 27th March 2017
Andrew Gill: leading by serving

Andrew Gill: leading by serving

Andrew Gill became managing director of Tait’s EMEA business in February. Sam Fenwick catches finds out how he’s settling into the role and his priorities for the years to come Andrew Gill has worked for Motorola for almost exactly 20 years, starting h…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
In the market for...  small cells

In the market for... small cells

The commercial need for in-building cellular coverage is driving businesses to invest in small cells. But with an industry in flux is now the right time to do so? Sam Fenwick investigates The quest for cellular signal can often be a frustrating one, es…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
Talking shop: wireless for retail

Talking shop: wireless for retail

The hard-fought battle to keep the nation shopping on the high street and not from the sofa is ongoing. Sam Fenwick explores the technology retailers can use to gain the advantage Our nation’s high streets are suffering. You’d be hard-pre…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
Less than one in five MPs believe UK’s mobile comms regime “works well for customers”

Less than one in five MPs believe UK’s mobile comms regime “works well for customers”

Only 18 per cent of the UK’s MPs believe that the country’s current mobile communications system work well for customers, according to an online survey commissioned by the Federation of Communication Services (FCS) and conducted by Dods Re…

Sam Fenwick, 16th March 2017
St. Katharine Docks chooses Chatterbox's CALM+

St. Katharine Docks chooses Chatterbox's CALM+

St. Katharine Docks, central London’s only marina and home to upmarket offices, restaurants and bars, has recently upgraded to a CALM+ (Chatterbox Alarm Location Monitoring) system to improve health and safety for staff and visitors. The mar…

Sam Fenwick, 16th March 2017
Motorola Solutions files IP infringement lawsuits against Hytera

Motorola Solutions files IP infringement lawsuits against Hytera

Motorola Solutions has filed complaints in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against Hytera, alleging that Hytera’s DMR two-way radios, base stations, repeaters and dispatch systems, as well as its related comm…

Sam Fenwick, 15th March 2017
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