Harris Corporation, an international communications and
information technology company, announced that its complete public safety LTE
solution is now operational within the 700 MHz public safety broadband
The Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) program
provides manufacturers and first responders with a multi-vendor, neutral host
environment for interoperability and application testing for LTE (Long-Term
Evolution) technology and solutions.
Harris Corporation in partnership with Nokia Siemens Networks, the most experienced LTE supplier, provided 700
MHz LTE network infrastructure to the NIST (National Institute of Standards and
Technology) testing lab in Boulder, Colorado.
“By participating in this important program, we are
providing emergency responders with hands-on experience with our LTE solution,
so that they can actually see how the system meets their unique and varied
needs,” said George Helm, vice president, LTE Business, Harris Public
Safety and Professional Communications.
The complete Harris 700 MHz LTE solution for Public
Safety provides first responders with the capability to ensure voice, data and
video availability in both large-scale emergencies and day-to-day operations.
Harris LTE also delivers secure, private and prioritized
mobile broadband connectivity, and a common communications environment that
brings together public safety broadband, cellular carrier and LMR
communications on a single infrastructure platform.
The capabilities that the Harris LTE solution brings to
first responders today provide transformational enhancements to their mission
Harris 700 MHz LTE networks support a wide range of
existing and emerging high-bandwidth applications such as streaming video,
advanced situational awareness and PTT (Push To Talk) voice-over-broadband
The networks also provide users with priority and Quality
of Service (QoS) controls, user authentication and air link encryption,
advanced load balancing and Self-Optimizing Network Management.
By Telecomlead.com Team