Digital radio

Digital radio technologies such as DMR provide users with a wealth of features, in addition to reliable push-to-talk and one-to-many communication. Digital radio systems are increasingly being integrated with organisations' IT systems, allowing alerts and alarms to be sent out to staff over a wide area

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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, ...

Advertorial: CCW 2022 speaker interview - Peter Hudson

The Sepura CTO talks about what he sees as the most important issues facing the mission critical communications sector.

What will you be speaking about at CCW 2022? Why is that an important topic?I’m talking on several topics this year. They include TETRA applications ...

CCW 2022 organisers predict high visitor numbers

The organisers of Critical Communications World 2022 are anticipating a 60 per cent increase in visitor numbers compared to last year’s show. The figures are derived from pre-registration activity on the event website.

According to organiser Mark Allen Exhibitions, ...

635 new 5G cities created

The annual State of 5G report has reported that 5G cities have come online at a rate of nearly two per day globally over the past year, with the addition of 635 new 5G cities in the past 12 months.

The latest data from Viavi Solutions revealed that the number of ...

S5GC launches 5G healthcare challenge

The Scotland 5G Centre (S5GC) has announced it will provide access to a private 5G test bed for three startup companies as part of a new initiative it claims will use “advanced connectivity to transform and improve healthcare delivery”.

The ‘Shaping Digital Health & ...

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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 ...

Spirit of optimism

Land Mobile takes a close look at three recently developed business communications solutions, discerning increasing user focus on the part of manufacturers going into 2022

It may be somewhat of a cliché to say it, but with each new year inevitably also comes the ...

Powering through

Philip Mason talks to Sepura chief technology officer Peter Hudson about the struggles of the past two years, as well as the future of TETRA in an increasingly broadband-centric era.

Towards the middle of last year, Land Mobile ran an article exploring the impact of ...

Safety on the shop floor

Retailers are facing rising levels of theft, violence and abusive behaviour from the public - body worn video cameras can mitigate the problem, as well as help to increase efficiency and productivity.

More and more retailers in the UK are issuing staff with ...

Lone worker solutions

Simon Creasey speaks to solution developers about the ongoing evolution of ‘lone worker’ technology to help protect those working in the local government space.

Over the past 18 months, huge swathes of the UK population have in essence become what might be referred to ...

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