22 March 2023
mu Space and Advanced Technology has reached an exclusive deal with OneWeb to provide LEO connectivity solutions across mainland southeast Asia.
The multi-million-dollar deal aims to provide internet connectivity to underserved remote areas. The company intends to provide satellite internet connectivity to remote areas for both commercial and civil governmental use. The areas targeted this year include Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Malaysia.
Being the sole distributor for OneWeb in this region, mu Space will provide a wide range of services to each sector, including the government, telecommunications, aviation, maritime, land vehicle, backhauling and healthcare sectors, to support customer needs as well as connecting remote communities in the region.Find out more
07 March 2023
In the aftermath of a natural disaster such as an earthquake, flood or other event, one of the greatest challenges for aid agencies and responders is accessing reliable and robust communication on the ground.
Throughout history, land mobile radio (LMR) technology has provided the most resilient and reliable form of communication. Major events often cause traditional cellular networks to become damaged or unavailable, but LMR networks provide exceptional coverage, are hardened and are highly secure.Find out more
06 March 2023
At BAPCO 2023, Sepura will be presenting the latest developments in its broadband portfolio by showing the integration of the SCU3 hybrid LTE/TETRA device with in-vehicle infotainment solutions.
VNC Automotive’s Cobalt Cube® product enables the integration of the SCU3 as well as ancillary devices such as light bars, sirens, CCTV and facilitating the control of these devices through a vehicle’s existing touchscreen. This capability significantly reduces the costs and complexity of installing multiple devices and offers forces a proven upgrade path to deploy dual mode devices.Find out more
31 January 2023
India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT) plans to decide whether to lift a ban on 5G around airports once it has carried out a detailed study.
Late last year DoT instructed operators to disable 5G base stations in the mid-band (3.3-3.6GHz) within 2km from both ends of the runway and almost 1km from the centre line of the runway.
The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), wrote to DoT in December 2022 to suggest allowing 5G base stations to be turned back on, pointing out that aircraft altimeter systems run on C-band airwaves from 4.2GHz and above, and not the 3.30-3.67GHz spectrum that is being used for 5G services in India, so interference should not be an issue.Find out more