The current status of evolution from critical narrowband RF technologies to 4G, 5G critical mobile broadband technologies
Thursday 14 June: 11.00-11.30am
Anton Abrahams — Chairman, Australasian TETRA and Critical Communications Forum
There’s plenty of talk about mission-critical mobile broadband (LTE) 4G and 5G at the moment.
The main goal globally is unchanged: to drive the development and operation of common mobile and broadband standards and solutions for public safety and all the other critical communications user groups and facilitate the transition of critical narrowband technologies into one common 3GPP standard for critical broadband solution. What are its implications for the PMR/LMR communications sector?
The Australasian TETRA and Critical Communications Forum is a chapter of the international Critical Communication Association (TCCA). The TCCA has 150 members globally in 34 countries promoting and supporting an open multivendor market that addresses the need for standardised mission-critical such as TETRA narrowband/wideband (TEDS) technologies and development of mission-critical mobile LTE broadband technologies.