Events

Managing events often requires split-second timing and the combination of one-to-many calls, low call set-up time, and the reliability of private radio networks makes PMR hard to beat in this sector

News

Kenwood launches a new digital/analogue two-way radio series

​JVCKENWOOD Corporation (Kenwood) has launched a new series of professional two-way radios designed for everyday use.

The NX-1000 series includes an automatic digital/analogue mixed-mode operation so it can be integrated with legacy analogue radios and systems. This ...

BT’s new counter drone solution

BT has launched a counter drone solution that will be provided by its enterprise unit and give organisations the capability to detect, track and identify drones which breach airspace and site limits.

The end-to-end and fully BT managed solution is a combination of ...

Wi-Fi helps Royal International Air Tattoo run smoothly

Cambium Networks provided Wi-Fi connectivity to organisers and thousands of spectators at The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire last week.

The company provided more than 100 outdoor and indoor access points across 35 locations at ...

Vodafone UK’s commercial 5G service to go live in July

Vodafone UK has announced that its commercial 5G network will go live for both consumers and business customers in seven cities in the UK on 3 July. The company will also offer 5G roaming in the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain over the summer.

The seven cities are: ...

In-Depth

Radio hire for events

Two-way radio hire is the grease that lubricates the gears of the UK’s thriving events sector. Sam Fenwick looks at what’s involved from the perspective of both organisers and their suppliers

There is no doubt that the events industry – especially in an age in which ...

Dining on data

Paul Carter, CEO and founder of Global Wireless Solutions (GWS), speaks to Sam Fenwick about consumers’ need for connectivity and its implications for venue owners

Paul Carter founded GWS back in 1996 and, four years later, it began nationwide mobile network benchmark ...

Lights, radio, action!

Philip Mason investigates how radio communications technology is being used in the creation and dissemination of entertainment content

In the field of radio technology, one phrase which gets bandied around an awful lot is ‘mission critical’, primarily in relation to ...

60 seconds with Amanda Dundas

Amanda Dundas, consultant/project associate at DundasTech/RWCSL, discusses her career in wireless comms for major events

How do you spend most of your time at work?Excel, PowerPoint, meetings and calls. As a project manager, most of my work is removing all the ...

A whole new ballgame

Philip Mason examines the rapidly developing use-case for 5G deployed during large events, as well as how digital comms are currently revolutionising elite sport, both on the training ground and the playing field.

This summer will likely be remembered above all for ...

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