Wireless - May - June 2014

Technology
11
English
Magazine Description
Wireless technology is revolutionising the way enterprises and public service organisations work and engage with customers and citizens. Our mission is to seek out the best in new wireless technology and keep end users up to date with the latest practical developments in this fast changing world. www.wireless-mag.com Wireless overview Wireless technology is now a must have for a wide variety of public sector and industry organisations. Employees, public sector officials, business managers and decision makers increasingly need to communicate rapidly and reliably, wherever they are, with immediate access to whatever back up information they need. Wireless magazine is dedicated to bringing the latest technological developments and user cases to the attention of our readership of end users in key verticals and professionals in the wireless industry. Wireless features incisive, in-depth editorial on all the key technologies, together with case studies, site visits and interviews with key suppliers and end users. It also provides a forum for technology vendors to excite and inform their customers as to what can be achieved with their systems and products. Key technologies covered in Wireless include: professional mobile radio networks, terminals and accessories (TETRA, Tetrapol, P25, DMRm, dPMR, NexEdge, GSM-R, MPT1327, etc); Wi-Fi; mobile phone infrastructure (2G, 3G, 4G/LTE, WiMAX); machine-to-machine technology; ruggedized mobile devices, such as laptops, tablets, PDAs and phones. The main verticals we address are: emergency services; central and local government; defence; oil & gas; power; utilities; transportation; healthcare; education; manufacturing and retail. Whatever your viewpoint, user or supplier, Wireless is dedicated to helping your business achieve results.

Issue Description
The need to provide robust mobile battlefield communications in a cost effective way has meant the military is looking at COTS options such as 3G/4G solutions among others. New forms of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are also being developed, which allow networks to form, break up and reform as positions change. In this issue, we also talk to key figures in the TETRA + Critical Communications Association about the future of mission critical networks and profile Norway’s Nødnett TETRA network – the first to deploy the TEDS enhanced data services standard. We also look at why the UHF2 band in the UK needs to be protected for business radio users and examine a Simoco Xfin network for Murray Irrigation in Australia. Finally, we highlight some network advances in the shape of Adax’s virtualised 4G core in a box; UK Broadband’s use of Huawei’s enhanced LTE proposition and Devicescape’s virtual Wi-Fi network.
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