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TCCA: Legislation is a threat to public safety prioritisation on commercial networks


TCCA has said in a white paper – ‘public safety prioritisation on commercial networks’ – that while from a technological perspective prioritisation of first responders connected to a shared commercial RAN is no longer a challenge, there are legal issues that must be addressed on a country-by-country basis to allow pre-emption and national roaming.

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Moldova: Motorola reseller wins ambulance contract


More than 500 ambulances in Moldova will be equipped with TETRA two-way radios from Motorola Solutions, as the company’s authorised reseller BASS Systems has been selected under a tender issued by ...

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Airbus to equip Beijing Daxing Airport with TETRA


Beijing Daxing Airport, which is due to open In September, will soon be the second airport in China’s capital city to underpin its operations with a TETRA network from Airbus. The airport will have ...

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Bittium launches new secure smartphone


Earlier this week, Bittium launched its Bittium ToughMobile 2, which it describes as being “ultra secure”, due to a multi-layered security structure, based on hardened Android™ 9 Pie operating ...

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RFS appoints its new president and CEO


Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) announced on 22 May that it has appointed Monika Maurer as its new president and CEO, with immediate effect. The position became available when Herbert Merz, the ...

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Australia: Aurizon buys 3,000 Sepura terminals


Aurizon, Australia’s largest rail freight operator, has purchased 3,000 Sepura terminals for use on its new TETRA network which is due to be operational this year and is being delivered by Radlink ...

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