In-Building Communications Systems – Risks and Rewards
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6M ago
Often signals cannot penetrate buildings and other structures, creating "wireless dead zones" or areas where radio frequency (RF) coverage is inadequate, exacerbated by energy efficient building materials, such as low-E glass and other energy-efficient components. Often labeled, "the in-building coverage problem," it occurs in both public safety and commercial cellular networks Technology solutions are available to eliminate dead zones: Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), bi-directional amplifiers (BDAs), small cells, signal boosters and IBW, in-building wireless. However, stakeholders planning ..read more
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Choosing the Perfect WAN Router for Your Small Business: Key Factors to Consider
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6M ago
Choosing the right WAN router for your business ..read more
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Improve Your Coverage With a Customized Distributed Antenna System
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1y ago
This content is for Critical Communications Education Newsletter members only ..read more
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Motorola APX Next vs Motorola APX 6000 Review
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1y ago
Motorola has made a new radio designed for keeping public safety safe and effective. The Motorola APX Next radio was launched in late April 2020 and designed for law enforcement and fire fighters ..read more
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Best Hearing Protection Headset Guide for 2021
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1y ago
Over the years, hearing protection technology in the form of tactical headsets, in-ear electronic hearing protection, and earplugs like those from 3M, Sonetics, MSA Sordin, and Howard Leight has been increasingly popular to prevent hearing loss ..read more
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The Benefits of Private Wireless Networks
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1y ago
A private network is a connection within a specific network that includes restrictions to create a secured environment. A variety of businesses and industries would benefit from using a private network; industries like police workers, other first responders, hospitals, any businesses on the road etc ..read more
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Efficient Communication is the Key to Implementing Effective Responses to overnight huge riots
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1y ago
It was May 25th, 2020, it started as a normal day. Many were unaware that it would be a day that ends up in the annals of law enforcement history. The weather in Minneapolis, MN was seasonally normal when the call came in to respond to a criminal event. Minneapolis police were dispatched to a crime scene where they located and apprehended George Floyd, a black man. Sadly, this scene quickly changed to a racial incident from the police responding to the scene using excessive force. Mr. Floyd died in police custody and the event was captured on video ..read more
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The Future is 6G
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1y ago
By 2030, our world will be very different from 6G. This new network is going to open doors for a variety of professions and life as we know it. The critical communications community will have easy access to new technologies that allow for safe, quick, and reliable communication ..read more
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Alaska Communications to Bring Cybersecurity Services to Protect Alaska Businesses of All Sizes
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1y ago
ANCHORAGE, Alaska--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With cyber criminals becoming more sophisticated than ever, cybercrime is a serious threat facing organizations of all sizes. Because of the complexity and risk associated with a cyberattack, many businesses look for help from cybersecurity specialists ..read more
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FCC Proposes Fine for Individual Interrupting Communications During Wildfire
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1y ago
Elk River, Idaho experienced a serious wildfire, called the Johnson Wildfire, starting in July 2021 and continuing until August 2021. The local fire departments were responding to the situation every day, and communication played a primary role in the workers’ decisions. A local ham radio user began using the frequencies that were set aside for emergency responders. These interruptions caused missed communications between the firefighters and other emergency workers. The FCC decided that the fine will be $34,000 against the individual ..read more
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