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Wireless Information Networks is expanding its services related to DAS and other indoor cellular connectivity to suburban buildings, healthcare facilities, and more.
According to ABI Research, there will be more than four billion 4G (LTE) subscribers during 2022.
The company extends its comprehensive lineup of KENWOOD ProTalk branded radios with the introduction of the new TK-3230DX portable.
Small and mid-sized facilities have traditionally faced the same upfront costs for wireless networks with longer ROI.
Security Center 5.5 is an updated version of the open architecture, unified IP security platform. It combines access control, video surveillance, ALPR, and communications with several enhancements.
In Cleveland and Philadelphia, the convention facilities have DAS technology in place to facilitate wireless communication.
Wireless technology has impacted virtually all aspects of facility management systems.
This pocket-sized two-way radio is designed to meet the demands of facility management.
The latest ProTalk handheld business two-way radios feature a number of enhanced and new features, chief among them being the 100% improvement in audio output with twice the audio power and improved sound for use in high noise environments.
For mass notification, these items produce high fidelity sound output in a low profile design.
Last month, ANSI approved InfoComm's standard that is focused on designing and coordinating audiovisual systems in a facility.
Geared for small- and medium-sized organizations, the system from Panasonic Communications Company of North America supports a variety of phone types (e.g., analog, digital, IP).