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What would Brexit mean for the UK's wireless comms industry?

What would Brexit mean for the UK's wireless comms industry?

The referendum to decide whether the UK will either remain in or leave the EU is one of the most important decisions our electorate will ever be asked to make. However, while plenty has been said about immigration and the now-infamous £350 million a week …

Admin, 10th June 2016
PMR communication: Past, present and future

PMR communication: Past, present and future

Chris Lorek describes PMR users’ relationships with radio tech over the years  Some of us remember when two-way radio vehicular equipment used valve transceivers and dynamo generators. Transistor technology eventually took over and tran…

Sam Fenwick, 18th April 2016
It’s a small (cell) world

It’s a small (cell) world

Jonathan Freeman examines the drivers behind the recent growth in small cell deployments, the key players funding them, and some of the technology advances strengthening the use case for small cells To the average person small cells mean absolutely n…

Sam Fenwick, 20th January 2016
Tapping into the IoT data boom without setting off a legal bombshell

Tapping into the IoT data boom without setting off a legal bombshell

Ben Parker shares his insights based on groundwork for a business move into the IoT space As Big Data transitions from hype to reality, the Internet of Things (IoT) has taken its place as the new kid on the block, promising to change both our personal …

Laurence Doe, 9th July 2015
Bring your own device

Bring your own device

Steve Watts explains why bring your own device (BYOD) isn’t just a perk for employees, there can be business benefits too Back in 1984, just 30 years ago, the first mobile phone was launched. Today, it’s estimated that there are more than…

23rd March 2015
Just straight torquing

Just straight torquing

Howard Venning, of Aspen Electronics, explores the topic of connector coupling or mating torque Anyone who has worked in some sort of electronics measurement lab and used coaxial connectors will know the importance of mating torque, and will typicall…

17th February 2015
The world at our feet (or in our pockets)

The world at our feet (or in our pockets)

It’s been 30 years since Vodafone handled its first ever UK mobile phone call on the network. Three decades later, mobile telecoms and technology have come to be an indispensable part of business around the world  Only three decades ago a …

23rd January 2015
Winter wipeout

Winter wipeout

Russell Horton explains how to safeguard your business against winter power failures. The winter months bring an array of potential disruptions for businesses. These can range from network capacity issues caused by higher call numbers, to adverse wea…

17th December 2014
Straight off-the-shelf

Straight off-the-shelf

Ali Zarkesh, product development director at Vislink, discusses commercialising critical communications Budget cuts. They’re an issue almost everyone has faced since the start of the recession, and each industry seems…

18th November 2014
Finger on the pulse

Finger on the pulse

Andrew Jones, marketing director at Multitone explores mobile apps for healthcare From the workplace to our private lives, having a dedicated app is an ideal way to access and share information with other interested parties. But despite their undou…

16th October 2014
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