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Industry giant signs Portugal agreement


Motorola Solutions has been awarded the contract to “maintain and enhance” Portugal’s TETRA system. The five-year contract was awarded by the country’s Ministry of Internal Administration earlier ...

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Nokia claims UAV first


Nokia has launched what it calls the “first CE-certified 5G automated drone-in-a-box solution for secure, reliable public sector and industrial operations.”

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BYNE has become the latest member of TCCA, having joined in April. The company is described as “specialists in working with users to make critical operation environments less complicated”.

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New FirstNet chair appointed


Chief Richard Carrizzo has been appointed as chair of the First Responder Network Authority (aka FirstNet Authority) board. The announcement was made by US secretary of commerce, Gina Raimondo this ...

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TCCA announces 2023 ICCAs shortlist


The International Critical Communications Awards shortlist has been announced, with the event once again attracting "a range of high-quality entrants," according to the organisers.

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TCCA spectrum webinar


TCCA’s next Critical Update webinar will be titled ‘The critical need for spectrum – the key enabler for mission critical broadband.’ The virtual event will take place on April 27th.

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ETSI publishes emergency contact specs


ETSI has released a revised version of its TS 103 479 specification, defining next generation core services for public communication with the emergency services.

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CMA imposes Airwave price cap


The Competition & Markets Authority has made the decision to restrict the amount Motorola Solutions can charge emergency services for use of the UK’s Airwave network.

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