Public safety

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Analogue radios in an IP World

07/02/2018

(Advertisement feature) TC Communications discusses how leased line users affected by ageing copper networks can embrace the new world of IP without any loss of audio quality

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The future as a way of life

06/02/2018

Philip Mason explores the potential impact of ever-more sophisticated digital communications technology on the ‘first-responder of tomorrow’

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P25: Here to stay

06/02/2018

The P25 two-way radio standard is more than 25 years old but continues to be widely used by public safety agencies, particularly in the USA. James Atkinson takes a look at its current development ...

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Swissphone: diverse reception

03/12/2017

(Advertisement feature) Using a supplementary radio network for alerting can improve coverage substantially, and at lower overall cost. Paging specialist Swissphone explains how

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Disaster recovery: come what may

21/11/2017

Keeping mission-critical networks up and running in the face of nature’s fury is one of our industry’s biggest challenges. Sam Fenwick looks at how operators and vendors work to give first-responders ...

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BDBOS: In it for the long haul

21/11/2017

Sam Fenwick hears from Andreas Gegenfurtner and Eva-Maria Eckmann about the German Public Safety Digital Radio Network and its use during the 2017 G20 Hamburg summit

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ICCRA: Changing rooms

22/09/2017

Philip Mason discusses the newly established International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA) with its chairman, Peter Prater

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Smart and safe cities

22/09/2017

Smart and safe city projects hold much promise, but aren't for the faint-of-heart. Sam Fenwick gathers some advice for would-be developers

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Streaming video from body-worn cameras

11/08/2017

Body-worn cameras with streaming capabilities are allowing public safety organisations to observe incidents in real time and respond accordingly, as Kate O'Flaherty discovers

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