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The Future of LMR Radio Systems

By Romig, Hilary

Will LTE replace P25 LMR radio systems in the near future? What are the new developments with LMR? What technologies are trending for public safety communications?

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2016)
 

Harris LTE-Capable Multiband Portable Radio

By Jennifer Gavigan

Designed by and for public safety

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Oct 2015)
 

Innovations in Public Safety Communications

 

The field-deployable wireless network is a major wireless innovation; however, this innovation does not come without its challenges.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2015)
 

State-of-Art Interoperability and Data Sharing

By Steve Sweeney

The communication goal is for complete, seamless information sharing. Interoperability can be a reality.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2015)
 

Sierra Wireless Airlink Gateway

By Michael Blackmer

The GX450 is a rugged, secure gateway for reliable 4G mobile communications.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager May/Jun 2015)
 

Kodiak and Mutualink’s Interoperability for Broadband PTT

By Jennifer Gavigan

Kodiak and Mutualink’s Interoperability for Broadband PTT

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2015)
 

LTE Versus LMR

By Brad Brewer

There are many options for voice and data communications that can piggyback on existing systems. What is even more impressive is how well vendors like Motorola and Harris have integrated the best of LMR and LTE in some very impressive packages.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Sep/Oct 2014)
 

LTE Vs. LMR: Pros, Cons & Convergence

By Brad Brewer

There are many options for voice and data communications that can piggyback on existing systems. What is even more impressive is how well vendors like Motorola and Harris have integrated the best of LMR and LTE in some very impressive packages.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2014)
 

Ruggedized Tablets for Patrol and TacOps

By Susan Geoghegan

Today’s police officer requires a computer that is both compact and rugged. While a tablet PC offers greater mobility than a laptop, it also presents certain challenges. Among these are the lack of a traditional keyboard, shorter battery life, the durability to withstand harsh conditions, and the robust processing power needed to run multiple applications from a police car. As agencies segue from laptops to the enhanced mobility of tablet PCs, industry leaders continue to address these challenges. A broad spectrum of semi- and fully rugged tablets are now available, with user-friendly touchscreens and optional keyboards, high-performance processing systems, and extended battery life.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2014)
 

Motorola Solutions' Connected Patrol Vehicle

By Police Fleet Manager Staff

Officers need real-time information and integrated vehicle controls. In Motorola Solutions’ Connected Vehicle, officers have a virtual partner that scans their environment with automatic license plate recognition and video cameras; automates their lights, sirens, gun-lock and radio; and connects them to mission-critical intelligence through a public-safety broadband network, mission-critical voice communications, data video and other applications.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Nov/Dec 2013)
 
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