In the Press

AGL Magazine

The new metro train line built for the Rio Olympics in Brazil came equipped with a TETRA public safety network, thanks to OEM Cobham Wireless and telecom infrastructure provider Kapsch.

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Connect World

Cobham Wireless has a long history in supplying Critical and Cellular communications infrastructure to support some of the world’s most prestigious sporting events.

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RadioResource

Cobham Wireless and Kapsch announced the installation of a TETRA public-safety network on the new Metro line built for the Rio Olympics in Brazil.

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Wireless Magazine

Infrastructure provides robust public safety two-way radio voice communications for emergency services and Metro staff on the 16km Line 4 of the Rio de Janeiro metro.

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Total Telecom

The installation will provide premium public safety communications for the Line 4 route, expected to transport 300,000 people per day during August.

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RCR Wireless

Network service assurance remains a top priority for telecom operators, though views on what those assurance levels need to be in a virtualized environment remain in flux.

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Wireless Magazine

The UK lags behind many Continental countries in deploying reliable wireless coverage on trains. Cobham Wireless and RFS invited a range of experts from Government, the rail industry and the telecoms industry to discuss ways to improve the situation.

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telecomlead

As customer engagement teams from any of India’s wireless operators will testify, telecom service providers are fighting a seemingly endless battle to achieve the levels of service demanded by today’s ‘always on’ subscriber.

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ZDNet

Telstra has announced that it will be conducting 5G field tests using network technology giant Ericsson’s radio test bed in September in order to examine 5G capabilities in a real-world network environment.

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TETRA-applications

The new metro Line 4 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has started operating on August 1, just in time for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) communications infrastructure for Line 4 has been provided by Kapsch CarrierCom.

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