Millions of people live and work in rural communities, but telecommunications companies focus on cities, leaving a tech void.
The proliferation of smart autonomous cars in the coming years will require a new approach to wireless data.
As transformative technologies change the connectivity landscape, IT continues to turn more to modular approaches for enterprise system solutions.
Smart cities are rapidly transitioning from sci-fi prediction to everyday reality.
Seri Yoon, Director of Marketing at ADRF and Viki Zabala, CMO of Sirqul discuss how smart connected stadiums are revolutionizing the fan experience.
Connected Real Estate Magazine sat down with Cheytec Telecommunications and Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF) at the Realcomm/IBcon conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The company said the new repeater offers connections for the 700 MHz and 800 MHz bands, portions of which are designated for use by firefighters and police.
There is a cutting-edge technology aiming to increase blanket connectivity, solve for the last mile and provide a new approach to delivering high-quality connections.
Jim Lilienfeld recently was named business development manager for Advanced RF Technologies Inc., a Burbank, California-based provider of in-building wireless solutions. Lillienfeld is based in Brevard County.
ADRF's upgraded FiRe (fiber-optic repeater) solution, is designed to provide in-building coverage to support public-safety LMR communications that leverage 700/800 MHz spectrum.