25 Years of P25

25 years of P25 standards – creating the foundation for interoperable, digital, two-way wireless communications – is upon us, and interoperability for emergency responders has come a long way. So how far has the P25 set of standards evolved since its inception and what is the future of P25 while a national network is underway…

5G: The Design of Next-Generation Wireless Infrastructures

Andre Fuetsch, President of AT&T Labs and CTO at AT&T and John Donovan, Chief Strategy Officer and Group President at AT&T Technology and Operations, talk with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the design of next-generation 5G wireless infrastructures, software-defined networking and automation, from the show floor at ONS 2017.

9-1-1 Resiliency and Reliability in the Wake of June 29, 2012 Derecho Storm in Central, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeastern United States
911 System Turns 50 As NG911 Is Born

How will NG911 be different from our current emergency call-handling system? Are legacy systems a barrier to NG911 deployment? And what first steps are being taken to move toward national NG911? Jeroen de Witte of Airbus DS Communications answers these and other urgent questions.

Accessible Emergency Information, and Apparatus Requirements for Emergency Information
As The Network Turns: Telecom Trends That Defined 2017

What were some of the significant industry movements in 2017? What did we learn and how can we use that knowledge? Will legislation speed or slow the move toward 5G? And what trends should we look for next year? Industry analysts weigh in with their predictions on this edition of TIA NOW.

Comments for FirstNet, Notice of Inquiry on FirstNet Conceptual Network Architecture
Congressional Letter – First Responder Communications Research and Development
Ending the Moratorium for the Approval of “Band 14” Devices
Ex Parte Letter Supporting TIA’s Petition for Reconsideration with FCC on 700 MHz Public Safety Narrowbanding, Addressing NPSTC
Ex Parte on Text to 9-1-1
Facilitating the Deployment of Text-to-911 and Other Next Generation 911 Applications