Microlab Unveils New Portfolio for Critical Communications and In-building Public Safety Networks

Microlab, a company part of the Wireless Telecom Group, has introduced a new portfolio of products for critical communications and in-building public safety wireless networks. The portfolio will directly address the growing market needs and requirements for high-quality, reliable, in-building wireless connectivity for public safety networks used by emergency services personnel. The new RF components are specifically designed and optimized for critical communications in the 80 MHz to 960 MHz frequency range, covering all public safety bands, and consists of splitters, couplers and duplexers, amongst other new product initiatives.

Emergency services personnel need to have reliable and modern mobile communication capabilities inside buildings and many local governments have begun passing new regulations for in-building public safety network coverage, reliability and monitoring. Additionally, it is critical for commercial and consumer devices to have reliable network connectivity and capacity to initiate emergency calls. Microlab products and components have long provided the quality and performance from 600 MHz to 6 GHz that wireless carriers have come to rely on for in-building coverage and capacity, and that performance and reliability is now available in products dedicated to supporting critical public safety communications.

Microlab product specialists will be attending the APCO Public Safety Communications event from August 5 – 8 in Las Vegas and will be available to speak in further detail about the new product offerings.

The Wireless Telecom Group, the parent organization comprising of Boonton Electronics, CommAgility, Microlab and Noisecom, is a global designer and manufacturer of advanced RF and microwave components, modules, systems and instruments. Serving the wireless, telecommunication, satellite, military, aerospace, semiconductor and medical industries, the Group products enable innovation across a wide range of traditional and emerging wireless technologies.


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