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2020-03-06 18:00:00
Spearheaded by TCCA, the TETRA community put a lot of work into ensuring that TETRA products and solutions could all interoperate with each other.

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Spearheaded by TCCA, the TETRA community put a lot of work into ensuring that TETRA products and solutions could all interoperate with each other. We are in the early days of transition to mission-critical LTE but, as our interview with Jeppe Jepsen reveals, TCCA is leading the way on an interoperability process for it. 

Concerns over interoperability are also considered in our feature on the mission-critical LTE market in the USA. FirstNet is designed to offer US first-responders with a single, nationwide MC broadband network yet state and local public safety agencies are not obliged to sign up. There will also be a mix of PTT options so, if the goal of full interoperability is to be realised, all these PTT options and the different carriers will also need to interoperate. 

Elsewhere, we take a look at critical communications in Scandinavia, talk to SA6 chairman Suresh Chitturi about progress in 3GPP on mission-critical specifications, examine facial-recognition technology and find out what’s required to ensure network resilience.

   
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