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Efforts to Boost Communication Capabilities of Public Safety Services Leads to Uptake of LTE Networks

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Published on : Feb 28, 2018

ALBANY, New York, Feb 28, 2018: The exceptional success of cellular networks have led to the development of advanced communication networks such as long term evolution (LTE) to serve the needs of business and consumer users. LTE provide data exchange at multi-megabit per second along with multimedia capabilities in addition to traditional voice and messaging services. The expansion scope of mobile communication networks for public safety users has been discussed in a market study featured on ResearchMoz.us. The report, titled “The Public Safety LTE & Mobile Broadband Market: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts,” is a credible tool that explains the various aspects why LTE is increasingly becoming mainstream from a supplementary mobile broadband technology.

At present, a number of dedicated LTE networks in the public safety realm are present. Their expanse range from nationwide systems in oil rich countries to citywide networks in China, Spain, Pakistan, and Kenya. For example, in the U.S., several early builder networks are operational that will eventually merge with expansive FirstNet nationwide system. Early pilot LTE networks for Sate-net program are underway to be commercialized in South Korea; Canada is witnessing to see the deployment of its first dedicated LTE network, initiating with Halton Regional Police Service.

However, LTE networks in the public safety space are not exclusively restricted to dedicated networks. For example, the Home Office in the U.K. is in the process of deploying emergency services network (ESN) that will employ British mobile operator EE’s commercial LTE random access network (RAN) and a dedicated mobile core to consequently replace the country’s current nationwide TETRA system. Nevertheless, secure mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is already in use in several European countries. MVNO model is used at a small scale in these countries, to complement current TETRA networks with broadband.

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Public safety users of LTE networks and mobile broadband hold importance for the community for economic and social reasons. However, the expansion scope of LTE networks based on public safety services is much smaller than commercial cellular applications.

According to the report, investments in the public safety LTE infrastructure space will exceed US$800 mn by the end of 2017, to enhance capabilities of multiple frequency bands such as 400/450 MHz, 800 MHz, 700 MHz, and higher frequency ranges. By 2020, infrastructural investments are likely to be complemented with up to 3.8 million LTE shipments that will range from smartphones to ruggedized handheld terminals to vehicular routers to IoT modules.

Furthermore, the report point out that presently more than 45% public safety engagements worldwide, which includes in-service, pilot, planned, and demo networks use frequency in the 0-700 MHz range, primarily in the 14 – 28 MHz band.

Key companies operating in the LTE and mobile broadband market include 3GPP, 450 MHz Alliance, 4K Solutions, 6Harmonics, Aaeon, Abu Dhabi Police, Accelleran, Ace Technologies Corporation, ACMA, Aculab, ADVA Optical Networking, Advantech Wireless, AeroMobile, Affirmed Networks, Aicox Solutions, Airbus Defense and Space, Airspan Networks, Airwave Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent, Alliander, Allot Communications, Alpha Technologies, Altaeros Energies, Altiostar Networks, AM Telecom, Amdocs, American Tower Corporation, Anritsu Corporation, Apple, Aptica, Arcadyan, Archos, ArgoNET, AT&T, Atel Antennas, ATU, BAE Systems, BASE, Blackberry, Brazilian Army, British Army, BTI Wireless, Calgary Police Service, Cisco Systems, and City of Charlotte among others.

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