Industry Technology and Whitepapers

  • TRANSFORMING BLUE-LIGHT COMMS - ESN puts high-speed data on the frontline for a safer world

    2nd February, 2018

    The new GBP1.2 billion Emergency Services Network (ESN) will transform mission-critical communications for hundreds of thousands of police of cers, paramedics, re ghters, and other public-safety users in the UK. It...

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  • Understanding VoIP - Network Characteristics, Protocols, and Test Tools

    13th September, 2017
    The purpose of this white paper is to explain and demystify VoIP technology. The paper discusses the basics of VoIP, including various VoIP protocols and related technologies. It also discusses the benefits and pitfalls of VoIP.

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  • Clarifying the correct use of UHF CB

    13th September, 2017
    The attached FAQ document gives an overview of the proper use of UHF CB and highlights some of the common errors or misunderstandings.

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  • NXDN Overview

    7th October, 2016

    This whitepaper discusses what NXDN technology is and what its uses/applications are.

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  • Code of Practice for pairing VHF Airband and LMR radio systems

    6th October, 2016

    This code of practice has been developed to give an overview of the best practice requirements for connecting VHF Airband ground service systems to local VHF or UHF land mobile radio systems. The code has been developed to try to ensure that there is minimal risk of interference with Airband radio systems as well as to make ground-based communications systems as efficient as possible. The code is written after consultation with the ACMA and ASA to ensure that areas of concern by all parties have been addressed. All radio systems in an airport environment should follow similar engineering formats.

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  • Code of Practice for pairing VHF Airband and LMR radio systems

    6th October, 2016

    This code of practice has been developed to give an overview of the best practice requirements for connecting VHF Airband ground service systems to local VHF or UHF land mobile radio systems. The code has been developed to try to ensure that there is minimal risk of interference with Airband radio systems as well as to make ground-based communications systems as efficient as possible. The code is written after consultation with the ACMA and ASA to ensure that areas of concern by all parties have been addressed. All radio systems in an airport environment should follow similar engineering formats.

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