Critical Comms' latest issue is out now!

By Jonathan Nally
Wednesday, 18 January, 2017

<em>Critical Comms&#39;</em> latest issue is out now!

The Jan/Feb 2017 issue of Critical Comms is out now! If you’re a print subscriber, you can expect to receive it in your letterbox any day now. If you’re a digital subscriber, you can access your copy straight away. It’s also available free for anyone to read online here.

There’s plenty of great reading for comms industry professionals, including:

  • What the industry and emergency professionals think of the federal government’s PSBM plans.
  • An interview with the ACMA’s Mark Loney.
  • What the 2G network switch-off means for those still relying on it.
  • A profile of the Sydney Metro Northwest’s TETRA radio system.
  • The Canary Islands’ mission-critical LTE network, said to be Europe’s first.
  • Full list of the 2016 ARCIA Industry Excellence Award winners.
  • How Swedish and Norwegian emergency personnel can now speak on each other’s radio networks.
  • How the Orion Network is transforming operations for one of Australia’s biggest bus companies.
  • What the rollout of mobile data devices means for our emergency services agencies.
  • How Australia’s border patrol boats are staying connected with satcoms.

And lots more...

If you’re a comms industry professional but not yet a Critical Comms subscriber, why not sign up today for your subscription? It’s free!

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