Where is LMR Now, and Where is it Going?
LMR has been the go-to technology for almost a century for anyone needing a private communications system. But with the advent of cellular technologies over the past few decades, will LMR become obsolete? Many say there will always be a need for LMR capabilities. Review four major LMR technologies, where they are used today and predictions on what the future holds for each technology.
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Speaker: Mark Jordan, Regional Sales Manager, Enterprise Systems, JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation
The NXDN protocol was created to comply with the FCC’s narrow banding initiative. Hear from a NXDN expert as he describes its capabilities, where it is currently being used, and how to make the most out of your current system for future challenges.
- Project 25
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Moderator: Steve Nichols, Director, Project 25 Technology Interest Group (PTIG)
Panelists: Robin Grier, President, Catalyst Communications Technologies, Inc.
Christian Barker, Vice President of Solutions Strategy, EFJohnson
P25 is the digital radio communications standard in North America used by federal, state and local public safety organizations. Examine the standard, its evolution, interfaces and testing and its interoperability with LTE.
- DMR and TETRA
September 28, 2016 at 2 pm ET
Speakers: Stephen Macke, Principal, Advent C3
Wayne Wong, Product Manager, Anritsu Company
Lyndon Zielke, Product Marketing Manager, Cobham AvComm
Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) and TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) were both developed in Europe and are used primarily outside North America, although both are available here. Understand DMR and TETRA specifications, where they might be used best and how they are meeting the challenges of new communications technology options.