Public Safety Spectrum & Systems Market Analyses Narrowband Spectrum and Broadband Spectrum in Research Report

Which pathways to broadband PPDR networks?

PPDR usage worldwide is concentrated on a limited number of frequency bands. Among them, the 400 MHz is the most currently used for narrowband systems.

At the WRC-15 in November 2015, a decision is to be taken on allocation of frequencies for broadband PPDR spectrum. The 700 MHz is the best candidate at world level, with distinct scenarios being considered.

TETRA-like narrowband networks have served PPDR issues well in the last decade.

Major PPDR users and industry associations have defined LTE as the technology for broadband PPDR systems.

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List of players

Blue Light Mobile*, Airwave*,ASTRID, Virve*, RAKEL*, FirstNet*, BDBOS, Renita, Antarès-Acropol-Corail NG, Rakel, Nodnett, BDBK, C2000, BOS, ESMCP*, Vodafone*, SFR*, Proximus, Base, Belgacom Mobile, Telefónica UK, UK Broadband Networks, Thalès group, Selex, Nexium Wireless, Dish Networks, SES, EchoStar, Inmarsat, Atkins, Kellogg Brown and Root, KPMG, Lockheed Martin UK, Mott MacDonald, CGI IT, HP Enterprise Services, Motorola Solutions

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Slideshow contents
1. Status of PPDR allocations
PPDR spectrum allocations mostly below 1 GHz
2. PPDR over LTE
PPDR over LTE-A
3. Business models for broadband PPDR
• PPDR spectrum allocations mostly below 1 GHz
• PPDR systems timeline
• Two major routes, six business models, three major live initiatives
• Business models overview

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