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Will the TETRA radio turn into a smartphone?

06/02/2018

TETRA radio manufacturers are divided on whether to make their devices more like smartphones or stick with traditional form factors. Richard Martin weighs up the pros and cons of each approach

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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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CCMENA: Travelling towards a broadband future

21/11/2017

Critical Communications MENA 2017 felt like an important moment, with attendees and speakers eager to discuss both narrowband and broadband technology. Philip Mason reports from Dubai

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Metros: All aboard the broadband express

21/11/2017

Mass transit operators are using TETRA, LTE and even Wi-Fi to improve their operations, ensure the safety of their passengers and staff, generate revenue and reduce costs. Richard Martin has the ...

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MCOP: If you build it, they will come

21/11/2017

It may be early days for public safety LTE, but work is already under way to create the underpinnings of an open app ecosystem for public safety organisations. TETRA Today investigates

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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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CCMENA: Dubai's time to shine

22/09/2017

With the TCCA's Critical Communications Middle East and Africa (CCMENA) event in Dubai fast approaching, we caught up with TCCA chair Mladen Vratonjić following the TCCA Board meeting that took ...

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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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