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DMR Technology

Cobham Wireless has announced the delivery of a public safety communications system for the Eurasia Tunnel, the first undersea road tunnel to connect two continents.

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Mission Critical / Radio Resource

The customized solution incorporates Cobham Wireless’ repeaters and supports UHF, VHF, FM and Digital Mobile Radio (DMR), ensuring that emergency services and operational teams can communicate at all times, throughout the tunnel, a statement said.

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Engineering & Technology

Cobham Wireless’, who are responsible for installing the network, said it uses D-CSR (Digital Channel Selective Repeaters) and BSR (Band Selective Repeaters) and supports ultra-high frequency (UHF), very high frequency (VHF), digital mobile radio (DMR), and FM technologies.

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Pipeline

Cobham Wireless has delivered a multi-band, multi-technology public safety communications system for the new 5.4km Eurasia Tunnel, the first to connect two continents

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Telecom Paper

Cobham Wireless was awarded the contract in September 2016 and worked with systems integration partner Yapi Idis to install the system.

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Total Telecom

Its multi-band, multi-technology coverage solution provides the emergency services communication within the 5.4km tunnel, which links two areas of Istanbul and spans both Europe and Asia.

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Connect World

Cobham Wireless has announced the delivery of a public safety communications system for the Eurasia Tunnel, the first undersea road tunnel to connect two continents.

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CommsMEA

Page 50 – Emulating attacks can highlight weaknesses, allowing organisations to fix any problems in advance, says Robert Winters

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Mobile World Live

Robert Winters, director of communications security at Cobham Wireless, said operators should be on high alert as networks are vulnerable and an attack could affect millions of customers.

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IoT Now

Telcos: when it comes to IoT security, prevention is always better than cure. As the IoT is embraced by the healthcare sector, urban infrastructure and automobile industries alike, the threat of cyber-attacks widens.

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