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TETRA in Airports: The sky's the limit

TETRA in Airports: The sky's the limit

Phil Godfrey hears from those responsible for mobile communications at major airports to see what advice and experience they can share with people considering replacing their airport communication systems The operation of an airport is highly complex and…

Sam Fenwick, 24th November 2015
BC Hydro: A North American TETRA utility case study

BC Hydro: A North American TETRA utility case study

While TETRA is often thought of first and foremost as a mission-critical technology, it has many business-critical applications in sectors such as utilities. TETRA Today discovers how one power company has led the way in North American deployments&nb…

Sam Fenwick, 24th November 2015
Tetra Ireland: five years on

Tetra Ireland: five years on

Pat Kelly, who leads Ireland’s national TETRA operator, talks to Richard Lambley about his experience with the network, deployments so far, and the body’s plans for the future  TETRA Today first visited Ireland’s national digital r…

Richard Lambley, 23rd November 2015
Why should we secure spectrum for TETRA?

Why should we secure spectrum for TETRA?

Steve Macke, principal of Advent C3, gives TETRA Today his view on the TETRA-LTE debate and discusses spectrum issues in North America TETRA Today: What are your views on TETRA with LTE and the migration from TETRA to LTE?  Steve Macke: TETRA …

Sam Fenwick, 23rd November 2015
Nokia Networks: Why harmonised spectrum matters

Nokia Networks: Why harmonised spectrum matters

TETRA Today sits down with Nokia Solutions’ Noel Kirkaldy and Nokia Networks’ Herman Rodler to discuss the reasons behind Nokia Networks’ recently announced re-entry into the public safety market and their views on spectrum harmonis…

Sam Fenwick, 23rd November 2015
BOS network: the home straight

BOS network: the home straight

While Germany is recognised the world over for many things, radio communications probably aren’t one of them. However, that trademark German efficiency has seen a high-performing, interoperable TETRA network set up nationwide in just eight years.&nb…

Sam Fenwick, 23rd November 2015
CCME preview: all eyes turn to Dubai

CCME preview: all eyes turn to Dubai

Ahead of the CCME conference and exhibition in Dubai, Sam Fenwick speaks to key industry figures on mobile broadband, the Middle East market and the future of critical comms beyond TETRA and LTE. This October will see the third annual Critical Communic…

Sam Fenwick, 4th October 2015
Norway and Sweden's ISI project: the story so far

Norway and Sweden's ISI project: the story so far

With international trade and global mobility rapidly becoming the norm, it’s no surprise that cross-border security plays a greater role. Richard Martin discovers how TETRA is helping emergency services in Norway and Sweden to work together. Norway…

Sam Fenwick, 30th September 2015
PPDR mobile broadband spectrum: fighting for radio frequencies

PPDR mobile broadband spectrum: fighting for radio frequencies

The long campaign to obtain harmonised spectrum for PPDR is coming to an end. Sam Fenwick takes a look at the story prior to the CEPT-FM meeting, with the help of the TCCA's Jeppe Jepsen and Hans Borgonjen. This article has been updated in light of the re…

Sam Fenwick, 28th September 2015
China's critical comms market

China's critical comms market

With its formidable growth, China has become a driving force in the global economy, but does the same hold true for the critical comms sector? Sam Fenwick, with the help of the TCCA China Society, investigates. With a population of 1.36 billion, a terr…

Sam Fenwick, 28th September 2015
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