Hytera PoC White Paper

Broadband  |  General  |  2020-06-11


Mirroring Futures: MCX versus FRMCS

Broadband  |  Comparisons  |  2020-05-29

Of all the many disciplines covered under the Railway Systems umbrella, none has evolved so dramatically, and so rapidly, over the two and half decades as has railway mission-critical telecommunications systems. This white paper explores the relationship between two mobile radio standards (MCX and FRMCS), their differences and similarities, potential migration paths between them and the extent at which the 5G roadmap will impact either of them.


Lowband Whitepaper TPL Systemes

DMR  |  Technical   |  2020-04-08


P25 Sharing Equals Cost Savings WhitePaper

CCR  |   P25  |  Operations  |  2020-02-27

The growth of Statewide and Region-wide P25 LMR networks has presented a new value proposition for many counties and municipal agencies. It is now often more cost effective to join the larger P25 Standards based system than to procure/support/maintain or upgrade an existing legacy radio solution.


PSTA LMR/LTE Interoperability Technical Subcommittee Report

TETRA  |   DMR  |   LTE  |   P25  |  Technical   |  2019-08-08

This document describes interoperability of numerous existing LMR technologies to broadband PTT.


Use Case of IoT in Emergency Situations

LTE  |   Broadband  |   Critical IoT  |  5G  |  2019-08-02

Study of use cases and communications involving IoT devices in provision of emergency situations written by ETSI


The Evolution of Security in 5G

LTE  |   Broadband  |  5G  |  2019-08-02

This whitepaper explores enhancements in 5G technologies that have been developed to address current and emerging cybersecurity threats in commercial networks.


Assessing the effects of radio failure in high risk incidents

Operations  |  2019-07-12

According to a 2018 SAFECOM survey over 30% of the responding participants report that unplanned system failures greatly affect their organization’s ability to communicate.....


Hytera MVNO Whitepaper

Broadband  |  General  |  2019-07-04

Mission Critical Applications Over Operator’s Broadband Network


TCCA Public Safety Prioritisation

Broadband  |  General  |  2019-06-06

New white paper from TCCA’s Broadband Industry Group looks at the status and challenges of implementing priority mechanisms for first responders.


Multi-bearer enterprise wireless solutions for mission-critical mobile data systems

LTE  |  Operations  |  2019-05-02

Important considerations for implementing a mobile data solution on ESN using a vehicle communications hub with multiple network operators (MNOs), multiple bearers per network, including traffic prioritisation and Quality of Service support.


Alternatives for mission-critical services in public mobile networks in Norway

LTE  |  Vision & Future  |  2019-04-02

A 2018 white paper laid out three potential alternatives for Norway, which comprises 324,000 square kilometers, much of which is in harsh, frigid terrain. The three proposals for mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) broadband include a single turnkey provider, several competing providers or a governmental mobile virtual network operator (MVNO).


The Case For Private, Standard Technology Wireless Mission Critical Communications Networks

Broadband  |  General  |  2019-04-02

For several decades, critical infrastructure entities, such as oil and gas, utilities, rail, and first responders, among others, have relied on their own telecommunications networks. In this whitepaper, Ondas Explains the case for private, standard technology wireless mission critical communications networks.


Cutting Through the Hype: 5G and Its Potential Impacts on Electric Utilities

LTE  |   Broadband  |  5G  |  2019-03-22

The Utilities Technology Council (UTC) and its global affiliates released a new white paper focusing on the emergence of 5G communications and whether and how utilities, particularly electric utilities, will be impacted.


NG911 & FirstNet - Emergency Communication Centers Provide the Critical Link

LTE  |   P25  |   Control rooms  |  Operations  |  2019-03-02

Two specific technologies, Next Generation 9-1-1 (or NG9-1-1) and the Public Safety Broadband Network (or FirstNet), have captured significant attention as emergency communications center leaders seek strategies to integrate these technologies into their operations. This whitepaper explores the similarities, differences and inter-relationships between these two emerging technologies.


Choosing the right mobile device for your organisation's PTT solution

Broadband  |  General  |  2019-02-15

You have identified your two-way radio communication strategy as part of your digital transformation project and now you’re thinking, “Where should I start?” Since your PTT over LTE solution is most likely a smaller project within a larger digital transformation project, it’s important to consider which components are required for multiple digital transformation projects and which components are exclusively for the PTT over LTE project.


PPDR Roadmap for evolution from LMR/PMR to 4G/5G

TETRA  |   LTE  |   P25  |  Vision & Future  |  2019-01-10

This paper presents the current roadmap to operational use of mission critical broadband for organisations looking to move away from narrowband networks.


When Will 5G Be Ready For PPDR

LTE  |   Broadband  |  5G  |  2018-12-17

In this paper we see 5G as an opportunity to satisfy the under-served communication needs of the European PPDR community and its multiple vertical entities, while gaining capability advantage using the most advanced communications solutions for enabling their daily and emergency Operations.


Bringing Mobile First to Public Safety

CCR  |   Broadband  |  General  |  2018-12-11

With the ability of public safety to now truly leverage broadband wireless mission critical communications, the current dynamic mobile communications technology landscape is shifting the public safety market from a focus on large, fixed infrastructure projects to a mobile first approach. In this Whitepaper, Samsung explains the benefits of The DeX solution for public safety agencies that replaces the in-vehicle laptop, and can be used by officers to connect to docking stations upon .......