Public Safety LTE
Albany, NY (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
Currently, public safety networks provide additional security over what 3G networks offer. Operators need to offer additional security for LTE and use additional security mechanisms such as additional algorithms for ciphering and authentication and separate frequency bands. Many operators in the public safety LTE market are considering application-level security.
In the global public safety LTE market, premium subscribers are demanding a better user experience on their 4G LTE device. These users are willing to pay for high-level bandwidth and enhanced network access. To meet this requirement, QoS plays a key role. QoS helps define priorities for specific customers and services during times of high congestion in the network.
The report on the global public safety LTE industry discusses several of the aforementioned challenges and provides a detailed assessment of the technology, key trends, market size, etc. After buying the report, clients can avail an expert analyst session, in which experts will assist in linking key findings in the report to the client’s specific business issues.
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Funding for Private LTE Network
In spite of appropriate spectrum allocation in the UAE and Australia, the public safety LTE industry is facing funding issues. The planned roll-out of an LTE-based national public safety broadband network by First Net in the United Sates and deployment of private LTE networks is suppressed by spectrum and funding issues.
LTE is gaining momentum in the public safety industry, due to which public safety agencies, service providers, and vendors are rapidly investing in public safety LTE. These investments include commercial deployments in both the Middle East and North America. Even though the initial investments show a good promise, a number of key issues need to be addressed. These issues include frequency spectrum allocation.
LTE poses many measurement challenges for installers, system technologists, maintenance technicians, and system engineers. In this scenario, a key challenge is that these professionals need to verify the suitable operation and diagnose problems for the LTE network and digital LMR network, which should be quick and tested for cost-effectiveness.
This in-depth report covers a broad range of topics within the public safety LTE industry, from market size to LTE-based public safety tactical systems. In addition, end-user applications and types of public safety LTE devices are elaborated upon in the report in detail.
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