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Telstra small cell deployment

Telstra small cell deployment

Ericsson has announced its deployment of indoor and outdoor small cells across Australian telecoms company Telstra's 4G LTE network. Products in the roll-out include the company’s radio dot system, as well as its pico cell RBS 6402. Discussing the …

Philip Mason, 21st December 2016
Emergency One’s Internet of Things

Emergency One’s Internet of Things

Fire appliance manufacturer Emergency One is connecting its vehicles’ on-board consoles to a dedicated, 4G-enabled IoT network operated by Vodafone. The system is designed to enable central command and fleet engineers to track the location of indiv…

Philip Mason, 19th December 2016
NIC: government is key to 4G and 5G

NIC: government is key to 4G and 5G

The National Infrastructure Commission has recommended the creation of a digital champion – alongside a dedicated government minister – to drive the rollout of 4G and 5G coverage and implementation in the UK. Britain is currently 54th in the…

Philip Mason, 14th December 2016
Multi-beam antennas: Delivering the capacity hot spots demand

Multi-beam antennas: Delivering the capacity hot spots demand

Peter Jackson, chief marketing officer at Communication Components Inc (CCI), discusses the benefits multi-beam antennas can bring to mobile network operators seeking to increase capacity and quality of service. In an age of smart phones, wireless data…

Admin, 12th December 2016
MCS Test corporate re-brand

MCS Test corporate re-brand

The consultancy formally known as MCS Test Equipment has changed its name to MCS Test. Speaking of the reason behind the change of branding, marketing manager for the company, Michael Gwynne said: “It is now time for MCS Test to align its interna…

Philip Mason, 9th December 2016
Motorola’s new ES control room solution

Motorola’s new ES control room solution

Motorola Solutions has acquired Cyfas Systems’ mobile assets communications system (MACS) for use in emergency services control rooms. MACS is a unified platform, designed to be part of the ‘new generation’ of control rooms necessitat…

Philip Mason, 8th December 2016
Welsh Slate: quarrying in safety thanks to two-way radio

Welsh Slate: quarrying in safety thanks to two-way radio

A rented radio system helps to ensure safe and productive operation of a quarry in North Wales. Richard Lambley investigates A sharp left turn off the main road, an awkward zigzag as we pass under a railway bridge, and we’re on a narrow lane…

Richard Lambley, 30th November 2016
Improving security with wireless technology: Better safe than sorry

Improving security with wireless technology: Better safe than sorry

Philip Mason examines how the security industry is using cutting-edge wireless technology to protect life and property in a world of constantly evolving threats The security sector has been the beneficiary of technological advances   While still …

Philip Mason, 30th November 2016
Staying legal, staying safe

Staying legal, staying safe

The march of progress has made buying and using two-way radios easier. However, as Piers Bedford and Sam Fenwick discover, there’s still much that buyers need to know to ensure they are purchasing safe and legally compliant equipment We are all…

Sam Fenwick, 30th November 2016
In the market for... rugged smartphones

In the market for... rugged smartphones

Choosing the right smartphone is fairly straightforward, but what do you need to know about purchasing their rugged counterparts? Simon Creasey has all the answers Rugged smartphone users are a demanding bunch. First there are their ‘must-have&rs…

Admin, 30th November 2016
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