The Critical Comms Resource Library contains white papers, eBooks, webcasts, videos and technical papers to help you manage and solve work related problems. Select from a variety of application and technology related subjects, supplied by market-leading vendors or written by our editorial team.
AI principles and practices for public safety
Learn about the innovations that are changing the standard for success in public service.
Examine the state of in-building coverage in Australia and the impacts it has on your safety. Learn about the benefits of providing reliable high-speed wireless coverage that can penetrate your building, lifts and hard-to-reach areas.
Learn about a new class of push-to-talk platform that delivers the world’s first dynamic talk groups for frontline teams that need to manage voice and data communications in an increasingly dynamic world.
Gain 360 degree control of access to your sites
Learn about a new dynamic frontline communications platform that intuitively recognises this and automatically creates task-based talk groups and voice channels that connect these teams with voice, data, push-to-talk and other services.
Learn how battery-less Cyberlock technology can maximise your security requirements, provide a real time audit trail access anywhere across Australia and cut your costs.
There is a multitude of connectivity options. This guide will help you understand the options to make an informed buying decision for your organisation.
Discover how you can create a more secure network for your customers, contractors and employees.
Learn about recent advancements in the life cycles and operation of line-replaceable unit (LRU) test systems.
Learn how to make a number of popular measurements for signal analysis. Examine proven best practices for network analysis measurement. Explore tips for getting the best performance from vector signal analysis.
Software-defined radios (SDRs) have emerged as a viable prototyping option for next-generation wireless research by enabling researchers to quickly prototype a system, characterise its performance and iterate the design.
Customer demand is the catalyst for most innovations in today's DMR technology. Businesses now need to adapt to customer trends and do more with less to succeed in this rapidly changing environment.
Public safety communications are changing with the adoption of broadband-based multimedia applications, IP-based radio and LTE. In preparation, TDM-based backhaul networks are being replaced by converged WANs. This transformation should include an IP/MPLS — the only work network that can provide the capability and reliability that is mandated by mission-critical services.