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Upcoming eLearning session: How to use LTE and Wi-Fi to extend your LMR network

by Urgent Communications contributor
Jun 18, 2015

Join us on Wednesday, June 24, from 2 p.m . to 3 p.m. Eastern time, for our next eLearning session, which is entitled “Extending Your LMR Network with LTE and Wi-Fi.“ Industry expert Joe Blaschka Jr., principal of ADCOMM Engineering Company, will explain how to extend your LMR network with LTE and Wi-Fi to create a multi-network architecture that improves coverage today while setting the stage for FirstNet and other broadband offerings.

By Stacey Orlick, IWCE's event and content director

Next week, IWCE’s Online College of Technology is hosting another eLearning opportunity. Entitled “Extending Your LMR Network with LTE and Wi-Fi,“ the session is an extension of IWCE’s annual event in an online environment, so you don’t have to even leave your desk. On Wednesday, June 24, from 2 p.m . to 3 p.m. Eastern time, learn how to extend your LMR network with LTE and Wi-Fi to create a multi-network architecture that improves coverage today while setting the stage for FirstNet and other broadband offerings.

LTE and Wi-Fi can extend your LMR system’s functionality, service, coverage and reliability while also getting it ready for upcoming changes in both voice and data through FirstNet.  Hear from industry expert Joe Blaschka Jr., principal of ADCOMM Engineering Company, an industry-leading consulting firm in engineering, system integration and project management.

Blaschka will discuss methods for interfacing new technology with legacy equipment, how IP has revolutionized traditional voice communications, and how Wi-Fi can complement your existing networks. In one hour, learn ways to transform your radio communications to a more efficient and cost-effective architecture while preparing for the future.   

Click here to register using “ucblog” to get $10 off your registration fee and pay only $89 for this education!

 

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