Calendar


Jan
16
Thu
2020
Fixed Wireless Communications Coalition Webinar – 6GHz Microwave
Jan 16 @ 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

If your company supports, supplies, operates, or relies on 6 GHz Fixed Service (FS) wireless connections, there’s a proceeding before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) you need to be paying attention to. The FCC’s proposal would permit unlicensed RLANs (think Wi-Fi and other similar devices) to operate in the 6 GHz bands used for FS links. While the proposal contemplates an automatic frequency control (AFC) system that would prevent unlicensed RLANs from operating near FS links on the same frequency as the FS link, the FCC has asked whether there are an circumstances under which RLANs need not be under AFC control. Predictably, RLAN proponents have proposed exceptions that could effectively swallow the rule. What sort of risk is posed to the FS by non-AFC controlled RLANs, and what can the FS industry and its users do to demonstrate critical importance of protecting FS licensees?

To answer these questions, the Fixed Wireless Communications Coalition will present a webinar outlining the potential problems with permitting unlicensed users into the 6 GHz band, the flaws in RLAN proponents’ arguments in support of permitting unlicensed, non-AFC controlled devices in the band, and the issues that remain to be resolved regarding the AFC’s design before unlicensed devices can safely coexist with licensed FS operations in the 6 GHz band. Tune in on Thursday, January 16 from 10:30 – 11:30 AM PT.

Click here to register.
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2608465296187705100

Mar
17
Tue
2020
In Building Coverage In Detail – Sacramento @ CHP Headquarters
Mar 17 @ 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM


In partnership with Pulse Signal Solutions, The Northern California Chapter of APCO International is offering a free training event titled “In Building Coverage In Detail” on two different across different locations.

The training will be held in two locations, each on their own day for convenience. Each session will provide the same training so only one session is to be registered per attendee.

This session will be held in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 17th at the CHP Headquarters.
601 N 7th Street
Sacramento, CA 95811

This program will cover the pros and cons of using BDAs to enhance in-building signals. We will review the fire codes and discuss how licensees can protect their radio systems through the use of properly engineered systems and FCC-provided authority.

In addition, the course will explore alternatives a licensee may have to solving poor in-building communication issues. Some of the training will dive into the technical aspects of radio system operation and how the use of BDAs can affect overall performance and flexibility of existing radio systems.

Seating is limited. Registrations will be taken online only on a first come first served basis.

A working lunch will be provided.

Mar
23
Mon
2020
In Building Coverage In Detail – Bay Area @ Alameda County OES Office
Mar 23 @ 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM


In partnership with Pulse Signal Solutions, The Northern California Chapter of APCO International is offering a free training event titled “In Building Coverage In Detail” on two different across different locations.

The training will be held in two locations, each on their own day for convenience. Each session will provide the same training so only one session is to be registered per attendee.

This session will be held in Dublin on Monday, March 23rd at the Alameda County OES office.
4985 Broder Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568

This program will cover the pros and cons of using BDAs to enhance in-building signals. We will review the fire codes and discuss how licensees can protect their radio systems through the use of properly engineered systems and FCC-provided authority.

In addition, the course will explore alternatives a licensee may have to solving poor in-building communication issues. Some of the training will dive into the technical aspects of radio system operation and how the use of BDAs can affect overall performance and flexibility of existing radio systems.

Seating is limited. Registrations will be taken online only on a first come first served basis.

A working lunch will be provided.