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New Chinese train lines deploy TETRA


Hytera is providing TETRA technology to the Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan Intercity Metro Xihuan Line, phase one of which started operation at the end of June.

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PAC voices continued concerns over ESN


The UK Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that “significant costs are being created for emergency services” due to the protracted roll out of the Emergency Services Network.

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Changes at the top at PSCE


​Frequentis’ Charlotte Roesener has been nominated as the new president of Public Safety Communication Europe.

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Nokia claims mmWave world first


Nokia has achieved sustained average downlink speeds of over two gigabits per second, using millimetre wave spectrum and 5G fixed wireless access. The achievement took place over a distance of just ...

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Radiotek joins global critical comms brand


Two-way radio specialist Radiotek has joined CSE Crosscom, thereby becoming part of a “global player in critical communications systems.” This follows similar moves on the part of the latter company, ...

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Dubai announced as CCW 2024 host


Dubai has been chosen to hold next year’s Critical Communications World. According to the host operator Nedaa, Dubai was “selected as the outstanding candidate in a highly competitive bidding field, ...

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