Recent Posts From [Nate Maloney]

Leonardo & Ericsson: A New Partnership

Did you hear the exciting news?

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| Author Nate Maloney, tagged in 5G

How to Know If You Have The Right LMR Manufacturer Partner

In the world of land mobile radios, whether you build critical communications networks or use them, it’s essential to forge trusting relationships with partners who will help you succeed. The investment is substantial, the missions are critical, and the stakes are high.

You may be rethinking your existing relationships with LMR manufacturers or looking to expand your product offerings — either way, this guide shares crucial considerations about what to look for when partnering with an LMR manufacturer.

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| Author Nate Maloney, tagged in customer support, interoperability, open standards

What We Are Doing In Response To The Coronavirus

Dear Customers and Partners,

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Leonardo & Warsaw, Poland: Working Together Through A DMR System

In the first quarter of 2019, Leonardo was awarded the opportunity to provide the Warsaw Metropolitan Police Headquarters with a Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) system. This system allows voice and data transmission through a web-based control center via 24 re-transmission stations working in the LAN network, connected by microwave links. 

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| Author Nate Maloney, tagged in Global Partners

What Exactly is Land Mobile Radio?

Whether you’ve realized it or not, you've probably seen Land Mobile Radio systems in use right before your own eyes—by your utility company, a public safety responder, or perhaps within your own organization. But if you’re new to your industry or haven’t yet dealt with LMR systems, it can be a tough concept to grasp.

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| Author Nate Maloney, tagged in interoperability, open standards, LMR, DMR

Why The Mission-Critical Infrastructure Industry Depends On LMR Systems

http://leonardocompany-us.com/lmrFor mission-critical and critical-infrastructure professionals, the ability to communicate is not optional. Lack of or reduced communications slows emergency response and system restoration activities. Critical communications systems need to be designed to work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, without fail, under the best and worst conditions (especially during natural or man-made disasters). As it was once famously said, “Failure is not an option!”

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