A Public Safety Communication System, also known as an Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS), is an antenna-based system that ensures first responders and safety officials will maintain mission-critical wireless communications during emergency situations within building structures of all sizes. Those essential communications can mean the difference between life and death . . .
OMAHA, Neb. (July 14, 2022) – Pierson Wireless has been awarded a turnkey project by the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes to design, build and maintain a large outdoor private network solution in Wrangell, Alaska. The Alaska network is the latest in a series of private . . .
Cell on Wheels, also called COWs, are an important asset in the telecommunications arsenal. They are mobile, quick to deploy, and can be utilized in a variety of situations and locations to deliver cellular network coverage. COWs were terrestrial, that is until AT&T debuted a Flying COW (Cell on Wings) . . .
Reliable in-building public safety communications are crucial in the event of an emergency. To achieve reliable communications for first responders, building owners or operators often are required to install signal boosters. The work of the owner doesn’t stop there, however. The International Fire Code states, “The owner of the building . . .
As the United States and its major wireless network operators continue their march toward a national rollout of fully-optimized 5G network services, talk has intensified around the critical nature that C-Band, or mid-band, frequencies will play in elevating 5G to its full promise. 5G, or the fifth generation of wireless . . .
NTT recently announced a significant telecommunications industry milestone by rolling out the first globally available private LTE/5G network-as-a-service platform. NTT’s private 5G platform arrives pre-integrated with network and software partners and enhances security, control, and privacy for enterprises. According to a report by Fierce Wireless, NTT’s solution is positioned for . . .