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TETRA and LTE – fact and fiction

From TETRA TODAY

 

TETRA Today talks to Phil Kidner, chief executive officer of the TCCA, about the part TETRA and LTE technology have to play in the future of critical communications

The annual TETRA World Congress is now known as Critical Communications World, incorporating the TETRA World Congress. The event in Paris this year attracted the highest number of visitors in its 15 year history, due in part to the showcasing of the potential of LTE for public safety broadband applications in the future. (more…)

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The Future of Critical Communications…by Tero Pesonen

From TETRA TODAY

TETRA TODAY

 

 

Want to understand what’s coming in communications? Tero Pesonen looks at how we manage today and suggests we need to look beyond our boundaries

Tero Pesonen, Standards Manager, Cassidian

When you think about the future of communications, there are three dimensions to consider. One is people, ourselves: what we are, our capabilities and our limitations. Another is, of course, technology. And the third is the environment. Let’s look at each of them.

People: how do we communicate today, and why do we do it like that? Let’s jump back to the past, to maybe 200 years ago. In those days, the fastest way of communicating with somebody who didn’t live just next door or in the same village was by letter. The data highway of that time was the pony express.

Communication then was very local. But the world was very small and local, for most people. If you wanted to conduct a dialogue by writing letters – let’s say, with someone in the US, from Europe – you would get to exchange information basically 12 times a year, because it takes a month for a letter to get to the other side. So the communications time concept was measured in weeks. (more…)

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