Leonardo LMR Blog

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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| Author Nate Maloney, tagged in

From Analog To A Digital LMR System: Tips To Help You Make The Switch

Whether your aging LMR system is facing obsolescence or a merger is driving a need for one common communications system, you’re likely not going to buy analog again

Digital LMR systems offer increased capacity plus features like call priority, call forwarding and ambient listening.

But if you’ve worked with an analog system for a long time, you likely have some concerns about the transition to digital.

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| Author Leonardo, tagged in cutover planning, analog to digital, software solution, lmr technology

3 Key Characteristics Of A Contemporary, Resilient LMR System Solution

Resiliency for your two-way radio communications isn’t just about enhancing your
daily operations – it’s about being able to communicate during man-made or natural disasters. If your LMR system is aging, are you confident you’ll have complete connectivity when your team truly needs it?

A contemporary LMR solution that can be paired with open systems is the best way to achieve full resiliency and ensure first responders have connectivity that’s built for public safety and critical infrastructure users.

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| Author Bill Fredrickson, tagged in interoperability, critical communications, public safety, resiliency

3 Key Features Of An Adaptable LMR Solution Based On Open Standards

You are likely familiar with LMR systems based on proprietary technology, where a
single source of supply and planned obsolescence often results in high costs, a lack of choices and limited innovation. To upgrade a proprietary technology to a new LMR system within the proprietary space, you either have to purchase expensive system extensions and equipment or procure a whole new system.

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| Author Leonardo, tagged in lmr solutions, simulcast, open standards, voting, lmr innovation