In the Press

AGL Magazine

Many, if not most, of the future in-building wireless systems will be funded by enterprises, which already have responsibility for the lives of their tenants and will want to keep their overhead low.

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Microwave Journal

Expanding this usage to public safety provides further cost-savings and opens up the possibility of reserving high-capacity bandwidth for emergency service use.

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Defining Electronics

The ability to share capacity with nearby facilities as and when it is required means facilities managers and owners can significantly lower the OPEX costs associated with coverage enhancement systems.

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Satnews

Cobham Wireless has announced that the company’s leading cellular digital DAS (Distributed Antenna System) solution idDAS is now being made available for public safety communications.

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Wireless Magazine

“Bringing idDAS to the public safety communications market opens up a new world of opportunities for first responder agencies,” said Rami Hasarchi, VP – Coverage solutions, Cobham Wireless.

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RCR Wireless News

Cobham’s solution has already been deployed for commercial applications in venues that have sporadic capacity needs. The system enables venues to allocate capacity dynamically, and even to share capacity with other nearby venues.

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GeoConnexion

”Providing additional bandwidth for first responder services enables the development of a raft of next generation emergency service communication technology, while minimising the OPEX costs associated with high-bandwidth emergency service coverage provision.”

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TETRA Applications

Expanding this usage to public safety provides further cost-savings and opens up the possibility of reserving high-capacity bandwidth for emergency service use.

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Critical Control Room World

These frequencies can then be used for next generation public safety applications such as facial recognition technology, video and data transfer and advanced site mapping.

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Total Telecom

Expanding this usage to public safety provides further cost-savings and opens up the possibility of reserving high-capacity bandwidth for emergency service use.

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