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Client Story: Cisco IPICS Radio Dispatch Solution

The client

The New Zealand Police (NZP) employs more than 10,000 staff around the country and has three Command and Control communication centers nationwide, located in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, which provide dispatch control services to the… 392 more words

Digital Radio

BearCom Offers Guidance on a Clear Migration Path from Analog to Digital Two-Way Radios

BearCom, a nationwide provider of wireless communications equipment and solutions, today outlined the advantages that organizations achieve when they migrate from analog to digital communications. 382 more words

Issue 24: EBU's Digital Radio Toolkit - The Road to Success

David Fernández, Media Intelligence Service and Dr Christian Vogg, Head of Radio, EBU

To build the case for digital radio, EBU’s Media Intelligence Service and the Radio unit conducted a research identifying key success factors for radio digitisation. 563 more words

WorldDMB Project Office

Issue 24 (December 2014): Digital Radio - The momentum is growing

WorldDMB was established with the objective of facilitating the adoption and development of the DAB family of standards. In this time, the digital broadcasting industry has continued to progress, with 2014 experiencing significant developments and growth across Europe and Asia Pacific.  823 more words

WorldDMB Project Office

Yaesu FT2DR Fusion Radio Available In 2015

Sometime in 2015 the FT2DR C4FM/FM dual band radio will be available.  This radio is Fusion compatible.  Easy operation with large tough display.  On the digital side it has snapshot (image data transmission)  For more information google Yaesu FT2DR and you will find more info.   14 more words

Amateur Radio

Unified Critical Communications Webinar

Critical communications is no longer voice-only. Often, it includes integrated systems and rich data applications. Choosing the right network and tools for your critical operations has become even more complex. 82 more words

Digital Radio

Ten critical steps to prepare your communications for a disaster

Your level of investment for major events depends upon your location and risk assessment. You need to invest enough to stay on air through critical events, ensuring power to your sites throughout. 406 more words

Digital Radio