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Organizational structure for your LMR project

Even before your new radio system project is approved, there are some key project positions you need to define, for your project.

Susan Ronning, Tait Senior Systems Engineer based in Washington State, advocates establishing clear and consistent project responsibilities, right from the outset. 543 more words

Digital Radio

Don't Kill the FM Radio Star

Ed Vaizey, our Culture Minister, likes the radio station Classic FM because it’s so ‘accessible and informal’. He never listens to BBC Radio 3, though that hasn’t stopped him offering an opinion on its future, which he suggests should be digital-only. 236 more words

Art And Culture

SYN Nation unites Australia's youth

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has launched the new digital station, SYN Nation.

Developed at Melbourne-based community youth broadcaster, SYN Media, the service kicked off with broadcasters from across Australia. 77 more words

Radio

5 ways fire departments can improve their radio communications

It doesn’t always take a lot of money to make a big difference in your fire departments communications efficiency. Here are some simple ways to maximize the investment you are already committed to, without breaking the bank. 554 more words

Digital Radio

PopMaster and Paul Young

One of the simple pleasures in my life is listening to Popmaster on Ken Bruce’s Radio 2 show. Having listened to the quiz for a few years, I woke up one Thursday morning last year and thought I would give it a go. 196 more words

Utilities need to address modernization and optimize operations

Live Webinar
Date: 15 October, 2014

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

In this webinar I will be sharing industry observations and insights regarding what is driving change in the utility industry, how utilities are investing in modernization and how new value is being derived on multiple fronts, including through the use of digital mobile radio. 419 more words

Digital Radio

How do Intrinsically-safe portable radios work?

In an increasingly safety-conscious environment, operators must protect their workers from the risk of explosion, where there is a known risk of their equipment becoming an ignition source. 550 more words

Digital Radio