Wi-Fi

With internet access increasingly seen as a human right, Wi-Fi continues to have an important role to play. Like LTE it is evolving, to better meet users' requirements and is moving towards being a managed service at the enterprise-level

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NetAlly spin-off formed from NetScout's handheld network testing arm

NetAlly, an independent provider of handheld solutions, has launched today (14 August), having previously been one of NetScout’s business units (and prior to that, part of Fluke Networks).

As part of the launch, NetAlly has announced Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) support for its ...

Cradlepoint and NetMotion team up on mobile working connectivity

Earlier this week, NetMotion and Cradlepoint announced that they have formed a technology alliance relationship to give customers in public safety, transportation, healthcare, utilities and other mobile workforce-oriented industries access to the companies’ complementary and ...

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 ...

Hytera’s VM780 combination bodycam/PoC radio is now available

Hytera’s latest body-worn video camera, the VM780, is now commercially available in the UK. It doubles as a PTT over Cellular (PoC) radio, while also possessing integrated remote speaker microphone functionality.

The VM780 features a 2.8” TFT-LCD colour touch screen, ...

WBA releases guidelines for Wi-Fi 6 deployment

The Wireless Broadband Alliance has released a set of guidelines to aid operators, system integrators, consultants, network planners, installers and end-user organisations in the deployment of the new generation of Wi-Fi – Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) – in the form of a white paper.

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LiFi: past, present and future

Inventor of LiFi Harald Haas talks to Philip Mason about the origins of the solution, and why he believes it will solve the problem of finite RF spectrum in a data-hungry world

As recent readers of Land Mobile will know, the digital communications sector is currently ...

Hospitality connectivity

The hospitality industry is ramping up its investment in robust connectivity to give customers the service they expect. But in-building coverage can still pose a challenge. By Kate O’Flaherty

The hospitality industry is under increasing pressure. Hotels are at the ...

The art of product design

The rigours of the warehouse environment – both physical and mental – are crucial factors when it comes to technology product design in the logistics sector. Philip Mason investigates

Of all the different sectors covered in Land Mobile, there are few which take place ...

How to procure cyber security

In a world awash with email-based phishing attempts and fake calls from “your IT team”, the need for good cyber security continues to grow. But what does it involve? Sam Fenwick has the details

Cyber security (or, rather, the lack of it) is often in the news these ...

How to buy drones

Drones and UAVs are becoming increasingly popular, while also hitting the headlines often for the wrong reasons. Simon Creasey presents the factors companies need to consider when looking to use and procure them

In December last year, the airspace surrounding Gatwick ...

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