ADRF's public-safety solutions have been certified to the new UL-2524 standard and the significance of the step to potential customers of in-building systems.
In honor of International Women’s Day March 8, WIA reached out to women who are influencing and leading the wireless infrastructure industry.
The March edition of Mission Critical Magazine came out featuring ADRF's FiRe-78-4 and SDR-ICS-43-7FN repeaters.
The emergence of Amazon has increased customer expectations across every industry and is changing hospitality best practices for providing a better guest experience.
The National Fire Protection Association code requires building owners to extend reliable public safety radio communications indoors.
ADRF will showcase its public safety product lines including IFC and NFPA code-compliant public safety repeaters and industry-leading ADXV DAS in booth 3135.
Providing this new wave of offerings to hotel guests requires blanket consistency across the entire building, which can’t be accomplished using WiFi alone
Advanced RF Technologies’ connectivity system provides a sophisticated antenna system that is spread between five electrical rooms embedded in the tunnel.
A decade ago, deploying extensive wireless connectivity systems into transit infrastructure wasn’t as common.
Possibly one of the most anticipated events of 2019 is the completion of FCC’s Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) proceeding.