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  • The Public Safety Communication Research Division & a New Generation of Communication for Public Safety

    We’ve talked a lot about public safety communications on our site—from who benefits from public safety communications innovations and how the demand for DAS has help improve the challenge.  Today, we’re sharing a newer project in this trend and other projects that have helped push advancements to public safety communications and reliability forward across the […]

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  • BYOD: What It Means for Your Business

    You may be hearing trends and talks about “BYOD” and how or why businesses should prepare. At Corporate Technology Solutions, we have everything you need to know here. Read below to learn more about how you can stay prepared and ahead of the growing trend to improve your business’s efficiency and bottom line. If you’re […]

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  • PON for IoT

    You may have heard about passive optical networks or wondered how the Internet of Things will impact your building’s future. If you’re wondering about the networking infrastructure in your building and how to keep up with the latest low voltage trends, you’ve come to the right place. Here we talk about how fiber optic cabling […]

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  • Who Benefits from Improvements to DAS for Public Safety Purposes?

    Made clear during the tragedies of September 11, a common issue that property managers and building owners can help improve is that not all structures are set up to provide safety and security measures. A DAS system that is specially designed for public safety purposes enables first responders to have quick, clear radio communication within […]

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  • Public Safety Connectivity and the Demand for DAS

    The Need for Public Safety Connectivity Coverage Since the tragedies of September 11, many have realized the increasing need for reliable public safety communications and connectivity for first responders and emergency personnel, including firefighters, EMS, and police.  All these operations rely on two-way radio communication, but in growing cities and bigger structures, communication can fail […]

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