Category Archives: 911 Communication

Pulse Larsen Introduces Rugged and Customized Multi-Band Antennas

Posted on July 2018

Whether your need is for antennas for utility trucks, public safety, agricultural or recreational vehicles, public transportation or remote monitoring and control, Pulse Larsen has your multi-band solution. For precise navigation our GNSS solutions cover satellite navigation types around the World, for best cellular communication we cover 2G to 5G frequencies including LTE MiMo, and for fast speeds, we have dual WiFi and MiMo options at 2.4/5 GHz.

These new multi-band products combine navigation with data transmission for the complete telematics solution. We understand communication is critical. These antennas are built to last, with IP67 weatherproof/UV protection. We also offer extensive ruggedized tamper proof and steelmounted studs and low profile options.

Frequencies Available
GPS, GNSS, LTE (MiMo), WiFi (MiMo or dual-band), ISM

Customize to Your Needs!
• Choose Family Type
• Choose Frequency
• Choose Cable Length
• Choose Connector

Multi-Band Products

Posted in: 911 Communication, Emergency Response Communication, FirstNet, National Public Safety Communication  •

FirstNet teams up with 911 Community

Posted on July 2015

The future of public safety was the topic at hand at the National Number Association (NENA) Conference & Expo. NENA and FirstNet, the first high-speed nationwide wireless broadband network provider dedicated to public safety, are helping lead efforts that will transform public-safety communications. Improving emergency response is a key goal in this endeavor, where both FirstNet and NENA are seeking the enhancement of communications for first responders and public safety assistance.
The focus isn’t just regional either, it’s national. FirstNet and NENA want to bring broadband connectivity to both rural and remote areas, as well as urban. “It’s surprising to me how many people are unaware of this initiative”, says FirstNet Chairwoman Sue Swenson. “It’s obviously very important for the people in this country, and it’s always surprising to find out that people are not that aware of it.”

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