A digital PMR system has revolutionized on-site communications

So i found this post on the internet and i heard that just posting it like a whole article isn’t the right thing, I got consent from the original author and read up the way to curate content, so that is it…….i thought this was interesting as it highlights some of the highs and lows that I encountered when i was working in the business.

The historic brewery where Guinness stout is produced. A day trip to Dublin gave Richard Lambley an opportunity to explore.

Occupying 63 acres of land on the south side of the Liffey, the St James’s Gate Brewery, home of Guinness, has been a part of Dublin’s history for more than 250 years. Crammed into this site, not far from the city centre, are some 52 buildings ancient and
modern. Representing the gradual evolution of production methods as new facilities have been established over the years and older ones have fallen into disuse, they range from elegant eighteenth-century offices, laboratories and warehouse buildings to modern glass and
steel structures, including facilities such as modern experimental brewery. There’s even an underground reservoir. For the general public, the big attraction is the Guinness Storehouse, a visitor centre dedicated to the history and making of the famous
dark brew. Its seven storeys, modelled inside in the shape of a giant pint glass, are topped by a gallery offering spectacular views across the brewery site and the city itself. In the working part of the brewery, on-site
communications are provided by a Kenwood Nexedge digital PMR system. This equipment, replacing an earlier analogue installation, is the work of the Dublin-based PMR A digital PMR system has revolutionized on-site communications at Ireland’s
most celebrated industrial location – the historic brewery where Guinness stout is produced. A day trip to Dublin gave Richard Lambley an opportunity to explore Dark secrets supplier BP Multipage – whose customer,
both at the brewery and at other Irish sites operated by Guinness’s owner, the drinks giant Diageo, is the security company G4S. “We look after their interests in relation to PMR”, explains Philip Pratt, of BP Multipage.
“They’ve come up with a number of different projects that we’ve worked with them on, and we also look after their own equipment. They have a mixture of various different manufacturers’ equipment. In the main it would be
Kenwood, because we are the distributors here in Ireland for Kenwood. But we also import Motorola products.”

On the Guinness brewery site, the Nexedge system supports some 55 radios, from a mobile installed in the private ambulance to the handportables carried by security staff and maintenance workers. These are managed
from a central control room at the brewery, where we meet Darragh McNicholas, contract services manager for G4S. Darragh points to a map on the wall which shows the complexity of the crowded site, hinting of fearsome radio
coverage problems. The site is sliced through by a busy main road, with tunnels beneath to link the two parts. “At the moment you’re standing here”, Darragh says, indicating the spot with a finger.
“There’s a fire station up here and you came in at this gate over here. We have a whole other “Product comes in up here and it’s roasted, fired down a pipe by compressed air to the brewhouse which is just over here”, he continues,
his finger tracing paths across the map. “Then it goes from the brewhouse, here, underground to the fermentation plant down here. And that’s our kegging line here. And we also have a tank station over here, because the Guinness extract is
exported all over the world for canning.” On the control desk, twin screens display the status of 2 Way Radios connected to the Nexedge system (this would include any alarms or mandown alerts), and a bank of CCTV monitors
behind presents an overall view of activity across the site. Four talkgroups are currently in use on the radio system.

Kenwood’s dispatcher software also allows text messages to be typed at the keyboard – and although this facility is not yet in use, Darragh foresees a future for it as a quick method of exchanging updates without tying
up the radio channel. In addition, the software records a complete activity history, showing who has called whom, with time and date stamps. If there is an emergency, a red warning will flash on the
screen, indicating the number of the person who is in trouble. The microphone on the calling two Way Radio will then go live. G4S has worked as a contractor at the brewery for more than two years, but Darragh
received a compelling reminder of the critical importance of communications when a fire at the lager plant damaged the old radio system. “When that happened, power was shut off”, Tracks still lying in the roadways are a relic of the narrow-gauge goods railway which
once served the 63-acre site. A tunnel, still in use, led them under the street outside he recalls. “It went in the flaking plant as well, and the system didn’t survive it, as such. We ended up with very, very poor radio communication,
and we were very badly exposed on site from applications point of view. “Coverage around site had been difficult anyway. A lot of the buildings are metal and there’s liquid, which radio signals don’t like.”
What, then, was the reason for switching to digital? Darragh says the requirement was simply for a good system. “We had a good look around to see what was out there and what was the best fit for us”, he explains.
“And we were willing to spend the money on it. But there was all the additional stuff that it would give us – the lone worker, the man-down system as well. And there was stuff down along the line that we may be able to
tap into, such as PABX [interconnect] and that sort of thing.”

Furthermore, he adds, what works in Dublin could also be repeated at other G4S sites in Ireland, and within other Diageo plants too. The systems could even be interconnected, if required. But even on its own, the digital radio system
at Guinness, with its improved coverage of the site, has been a revolutionary improvement, in Darragh’s opinion. “It’s savage, it’s by a busy main road, with tunnels beneath to link the two parts.
“At the moment you’re standing here”, Darragh says, indicating the spot with a finger. “There’s a fire station up here and you came in at this gate over here. We have a whole other site on the other side of the road.
“Product comes in up here and it’s roasted, fired down a pipe by compressed air to the brewhouse which is just over here”, he continues, his finger tracing paths across the map. “Then it goes from the brewhouse, here, underground
to the fermentation plant down here. And that’s our kegging line here. And we also have a tank station over here, because the Guinness extract is exported all over the world for canning.” On the control desk, twin screens display
the status of radios connected to the Nexedge system (this would include any alarms or mandown alerts), and a bank of CCTV monitors behind presents an overall view of activity across the site. Four talkgroups are currently
in use on the 2 way radio system. Kenwood’s dispatcher software also allows text messages to be typed at the keyboard – and although this facility is not yet in use, Darragh foresees a future for it as a quick
method of exchanging updates without tying up the radio channel.

In addition, the software records a complete activity history, showing who has called whom, with time and date stamps. If there is an emergency, a red warning will flash on the screen, indicating the number of the person
who is in trouble. The microphone on the calling radio will then go live. G4S has worked as a contractor at the brewery for more than two years, but Darragh received a compelling reminder of the critical
importance of communications when a fire at the lager plant damaged the old radio system. “When that happened, power was shut off”, Tracks still lying in the roadways are a relic of the narrow-gauge goods railway which
once served the 63-acre site. A tunnel, still in use, led them under the street outside he recalls. “It went in the flaking plant as well, and the system didn’t survive it, as such. We ended up with very, very poor radio communication,
and we were very badly exposed on site from applications point of view. “Coverage around site had been difficult anyway. A lot of the buildings are metal and there’s liquid, which radio signals don’t like.”
What, then, was the reason for switching to digital? Darragh says the requirement was simply for a good system. “We had a good look around to see what was out there and “And we were willing to spend the money
on it. But there was all the additional stuff that it would give us – the lone worker, the man-down system as well. And there was stuff down along the line that we may be able to tap into, such as PABX [interconnect] and
that sort of thing.”

Furthermore, he adds, what works in Dublin could also be repeated at other G4S sites in Ireland, and within other Diageo plants too. The systems could even be interconnected, if required. But even on its own, the digital radio system
at Guinness, with its improved coverage of the site, has been a revolutionary improvement, in Darragh’s opinion. “It’s savage, it’s

by a busy main road, with tunnels beneath to link the two parts. “At the moment you’re standing here”, Darragh says, indicating the spot with a finger. “There’s a fire station up here and you came in
at this gate over here. We have a whole other site on the other side of the road. “Product comes in up here and it’s roasted, fired down a pipe by compressed air to the brewhouse which is just over here”, he continues,
his finger tracing paths across the map. “Then it goes from the brewhouse, here, underground to the fermentation plant down here. And that’s our kegging line here. And we also have a tank station over here, because the Guinness extract is
exported all over the world for canning.” On the control desk, twin screens display the status of radios connected to the Nexedge system (this would include any alarms or mandown alerts), and a bank of CCTV monitors
behind presents an overall view of activity across the site. Four talkgroups are currently in use on the radio system. Kenwood’s dispatcher software also allows text messages to be typed at the keyboard –
and although this facility is not yet in use, Darragh foresees a future for it as a quick method of exchanging updates without tying up the radio channel. In addition, the software records a complete
activity history, showing who has called whom, with time and date stamps. If there is an emergency, a red warning will flash on the screen, indicating the number of the person who is in trouble. The microphone on the
calling Walkie Talkie will then go live. G4S has worked as a contractor at the brewery for more than two years, but Darragh received a compelling reminder of the critical importance of communications when a fire at
the lager plant damaged the old radio system. “When that happened, power was shut off”, Tracks still lying in the roadways are a relic of the narrow-gauge goods railway which once served the 63-acre site. A tunnel, still in use, led them under the street outside
he recalls. “It went in the flaking plant as well, and the system didn’t survive it, as such. We ended up with very, very poor radio communication, and we were very badly exposed on site from applications point of view.
“Coverage around site had been difficult anyway. A lot of the buildings are metal and there’s liquid, which radio signals don’t like.” What, then, was the reason for switching to digital? Darragh says the requirement was
simply for a good system. “We had a good look around to see what was out there and what was the best fit for us”, he explains. “And we were willing to spend the money on it. But there was all the additional stuff
that it would give us – the lone worker, the man-down system as well. And there was stuff down along the line that we may be able to tap into, such as PABX [interconnect] and that sort of thing.”
Furthermore, he adds, what works in Dublin could also be repeated at other G4S sites in Ireland, and within other Diageo plants too. The systems could even be interconnected, if required.

But even on its own, the digital radio system at Guinness, with its improved coverage of the site, has been a revolutionary improvement, in Darragh’s opinion. “It’s savage, it’s by a busy main road, with tunnels beneath to
link the two parts. “At the moment you’re standing here”, Darragh says, indicating the spot with a finger. “There’s a fire station up here and you came in at this gate over here. We have a whole other
site on the other side of the road. “Product comes in up here and it’s roasted, fired down a pipe by compressed air to the brewhouse which is just over here”, he continues, his finger tracing paths across the map. “Then
it goes from the brewhouse, here, underground to the fermentation plant down here. And that’s our kegging line here. And we also have a tank station over here, because the Guinness extract is
exported all over the world for canning.” On the control desk, twin screens display the status of radios connected to the Nexedge system (this would include any alarms or mandown alerts), and a bank of CCTV monitors
behind presents an overall view of activity across the site. Four talkgroups are currently in use on the radio system. Kenwood’s dispatcher software also allows text messages to be typed at the keyboard –
and although this facility is not yet in use, Darragh foresees a future for it as a quick method of exchanging updates without tying up the radio channel.

In addition, the software records a complete activity history, showing who has called whom, with time and date stamps. If there is an emergency, a red warning will flash on the screen, indicating the number of the person
who is in trouble. The microphone on the calling radio will then go live. G4S has worked as a contractor at the brewery for more than two years, but Darragh received a compelling reminder of the critical
importance of communications when a fire at the lager plant damaged the old radio system. “When that happened, power was shut off”, Tracks still lying in the roadways are a relic of the narrow-gauge goods railway which
once served the 63-acre site. A tunnel, still in use, led them under the street outside he recalls. “It went in the flaking plant as well, and the system didn’t survive it, as such. We ended up with very, very poor radio communication,
and we were very badly exposed on site from applications point of view. “Coverage around site had been difficult anyway. A lot of the buildings are metal and there’s liquid, which radio signals don’t like.”
What, then, was the reason for switching to digital? Darragh says the requirement was simply for a good system. “We had a good look around to see what was out there and what was the best fit for us”, he explains.
“And we were willing to spend the money on it. But there was all the additional stuff that it would give us – the lone worker, the man-down system as well. And there was stuff down along the line that we may be able to
tap into, such as PABX [interconnect] and that sort of thing.”

Furthermore, he adds, what works in Dublin could also be repeated at other G4S sites in Ireland, and within other Diageo plants too. The systems could even be interconnected, if required. But even on its own, the digital radio system
at Guinness, with its improved coverage of the site, has been a revolutionary improvement, in Darragh’s opinion. “It’s savage, it’s

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Utility supplies License-free portable 2 way radio pt4

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“If I’m working with a customer in a store and I have a question about travel products, I could reach out to that expert group in real-time and get answers from somebody across the company,” Thrailkill says. “To me, that’s the real power of this being networked; it allows you to leverage the knowledge base across stores.”
Thrailkill says he considered deploying smartphones for communication, but because of the desire to avoid a distracting display, prohibitive costs and other concerns, he ultimately decided the wearable is a better fit — at least for now.

The Theatro Wearable Computer for Retail

“We’d much rather have employees engaging with customers verbally than the two of them looking at a screen together, somebody touching the screen and punching information,” Thrailkill says. “‘Heads up’ versus ‘heads down’ is how we put it.”
The simplicity of the wearable is its main advantage, according to Thrailkill.

“You’re not having to grab a device, swipe it, put in a passcode and open up an application to then be able to enter a command,” he says. “You’re just touching the device and then saying a command, and you’re able to do it right away. With how much communication we do through the stores, having a dedicated device, at least for now, is by far the best way for us to work.”

IT Challenges

The IT setup was relatively simple, according to Thrailkill, though it did require an external company for Wi-Fi testing and access point repositioning.

“The biggest amount of work that had to be done, and it will have to be done in every store we do this, is frankly, the tuning of the connections with the two Way Radio Wi-Fi network in the store,” Thrailkill says. “Once it’s up and running, the IT team isn’t involved at all. ”
During the past nine months, The Container Store hasn’t had any significant hardware issues with the wearables, Thrailkill says. One or two have failed, but overall they have been “extremely stable for something that is a new product”.
Theatro’s Todd says the subscription price of the Theatro solution covers the cost of the wearables, as well as damage and obsolescence. Customers don’t actually pay specifically for the hardware, and the devices really shouldn’t need any sort of IT maintenance.
“If [customers] have a problem with a device, we’ll just send them a new one,” Todd says.

Purchase vhf radio and go beyond the limit of the sea

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You will be planning to go very deep also and it is common with any human being. The human psychology is also very same with all. It is not a mistake, but you need to buy vhf radio before you start your enjoyment on your holidays. The vhf radio will give you enough signals where you are now; you will be able to communicate with your intimate friend.
In some Walkie Talkies you can e mail and chat and all your activities.

The marine radio will be informing you about the next harbors. If you want any help you can stop there and you can avail the help from that harbor. That is the reason, if you go beyond your limit you are controlled by the police and you are warned by the police for the first time.
in the second time you commit the very same mistake you will have to pay penalty for your mistake. This is not only in your country this is in all countries. If you stay in country with many neighboring countries in see you will be not be allowed and you will be traced out from that portion of the sea.

Only the marine radio help will make you to sail comfortably.
It is life risk to travel without the boat licenses. You should apply for the boat licenses to have a pleasant sailing on the sea. If you are not following the government rules you will be arrested and you will be put in to prison. You can avoid this by taking training and by getting the license.
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That is the reason the license method is introduced by your government.

Bristol student reaches final of UK ICT Pioneers competition 2014

So i discovered this post on the web and i heard that just posting it as the whole piece isn’t a good thing, I got permission from the original author and read up the way to curate content, so this is it…….i thought this was interesting as it highlights some of the highs and lows that I encountered when i was working in the industry.
A PhD student from the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Communications at the University of Bristol has been selected as a finalist in the UK ICT Pioneers competition.
Leo Laughlin has been shortlisted for his work on 2 way Radio communications that could bring about a fundamental change in radio design and could offer a range of benefits such as increased spectrum efficiency, enhanced global roaming and smaller and cheaper devices.
Leo’s research is focused on electrical balance in hybrid junctions to achieve simultaneous transmit and receive on the same frequency.  His recent work has investigated how this technique can be applied to full duplex radio design to enable transmission and reception using the same frequency allocation on the same time slot.  
Together with his supervisors, Professor Mark Beach and Dr Kevin Morris in the Communication Systems and Networks research group and industrial mentor, Dr John Haine at u-blox, they have developed a novel method of minimising self-interference power in a full duplex system. Theoretical results show that the bandwidth of the system is significantly affected by the non-ideal characteristics of the antenna, and simulations with embedded antenna measurements have demonstrated the subsequent impact on performance.
The research team is currently developing control algorithms that maximise the isolation between transmitter and receiver and they plan to build a hardware demonstration including adaptive control.
Mark Beach, Professor of Radio Systems Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, said: “Full Duplex wireless is a potentially disruptive technology for 5G wireless access and beyond, doubling the capacity of both current and future generations of wireless systems.” 
Dr Kevin Morris, Reader in Radio Frequency Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, explained: “This PhD research project further highlights the innovative 2 way Radio frequency research from the Communication Systems and Networks research group at Bristol addressing the telecoms bottleneck.” 
Dr John Haine added: “As the industrial mentor of Leo’s PhD we truly value his research and our strong collaborations with the wider academic team at Bristol.”
UK ICT Pioneers is a unique partnership between the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and key stakeholders that aims to recognise the most exceptional UK PhD students in ICT-related topics who are able to communicate and demonstrate the excellence and exploitation potential of their research.
The 2013/14 competition is being sponsored by: Dstl, HP, EPSRC, ARM, BCS and BT.  The competition is open to all second and third year UK postgraduate research students in ICT-related subjects including but not restricted to Electronics, Communications, Computer Science and Human-Computer Interfaces and Photonics. 
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Intercultural communication

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communication device examples computerGenerally, intercultural communication can be termed as the social interaction between different groups of people in relation to the shared knowledge, languages and symbols of behaviors (Kanentiio, 2000). In order to understand this concept of intercultural communication, this study seeks to examine the history of the Iroquois ethnic group in North America.

Importantly, this community comprises five tribes namely; Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, and Seneca hence the name Five Nations (Kanentiio, 2000).
Among these tribes, kinship is usually traced through matrilineal perspective. In this case, senior women had the duty of running family affairs (Kanentiio, 2000). According to the history of this community, women were responsible for family matters and agricultural products while men were held accountable for political and diplomatic matters within the village.

It should be noted that, this community comprised of 5,500 people by the time they encountered the first white explorers on the onset of 17th century. The 1990 census report indicated that, there were 49,038 Iroquois live in America that made this community to be the eighth in the country’s most populated Indigenous American groups (Kanentiio, 2000).

Interestingly, Iroquois constructed their homes in such a way that extended families comprising of 50 people stayed together in bark-covered, 50-150 feet long wooden-framed huts. It has been revealed that, the origin of the name Iroquois is not well known but some people think that it came from the Algonquian word ‘Irinakhoiw’ (Kanentiio, 2000).

On the other hand, no evidence has been provided to indicate where the Iroquois group came from. In this relation, it is believed that since Algonquian people are different in their culture despite the fact that they live on both corridors of Iroquois community; hence the Iroquois must have moved to this area at some time (Kanentiio, 2000).

It should be noted that, one of the significant event of this community’s history is that; in spite of their commonness in culture and language, these five tribes have lived in constant war fare amongst them. In this aspect, the interrelationships of these tribes worsened which made them vulnerable to constant attacks by the Algonquian tribes (Kanentiio, 2000).

On this basis, this period of constant attacks from neighboring community came to an end during the reign of chief Todadaho. According to the Iroquois legends, this chief was a cannibal as he ate from bowls made of his victims’ skulls, his hair contained a knot of snakes, and he could murder with his Medusa-like look (Kanentiio, 2000).

History has it that, the cannibalism practices of chief Todadaho were put to an end by Deganawidah and his disciple Hiawatha when they confronted him with a message of peace. According to history, Todadaho when he was preparing to cook his latest victim saw the face of Deganawidah reproduced in the cooking pot and thought it was his.

The beauty of the face could not be compared with his barbaric and dreadful practice of cannibalism and without more ado he forsook the practice (Kanentiio, 2000). After Todadaho and other Iroquois chiefs were convinced by Deganawidah and his disciple about his good message, they together established an Iroquois Confederacy on the banks of Lake Onondaga in 1400.

In this case, this union was a confederation of nations that helped people share a positive system of values and live in harmony. As a result of this confederation, the Iroquois changed their lifestyles to the extent that when the first white explorers arrived thin community, Iroquois community was a settled agricultural society and more developed as compared with the Algonquians who practiced nomadic culture (Kanentiio, 2000).

Iroquois Historical Relationships with Algonquians and Hurons History has it that, the Iroquois community and the Algonquians lived in constant conflicts where Iroquois because of their internal constant conflicts were always overpowered. According to the Iroquois legends, Chief Todadaho who practiced cannibalism practices helped Iroquois from the miseries of the Algonquians until a confederation was established in the year 1400 (Kanentiio, 2000).

It is of importance to note that, since Iroquois were agriculturalist when they were met by the early white explorers; they used to exchange agricultural goods with Algonquians who were nomadic. On this basis, Algonquians exchanged their fur with Iroquois agricultural products.

Additionally, it has been found that the language of the northern Iroquois was somehow related to Algonquians hence suggesting that there was an intrusion sometime in the past (Kanentiio, 2000).

Further, despite the fact that Huron community had some traces in Iroquoian linguistic family; they lived in great warfare where their relationship was termed as inherited hostility. On this basis, the Iroquois were growing mightily subjugating surrounding tribes which resulted to their crushing Huron confederacy in 1649.
Moreover, Hurons traded with Iroquois where they provided fish and hunted animals in exchange of agricultural products like beans (Kanentiio, 2000).

Historical incidence of Iroquois discrimination Significantly, Iroquois community only experienced discrimination from the colonizers where they were forced to pay taxes, offer food and forced labor in mineral industries and at the same time pearl harvesting.

On this basis, the Iroquois fought the colonizers and became free considering themselves as a sovereign nation in America (Kanentiio, 2000). A point worth noting is that, Iroquois were divided on which side to support where some supported the colonizers while other rebelled.

It is of importance to note that, Iroquois over-ruled other Indian communities and raided them as they are described as great lovers of fight (Kanentiio, 2000).
Common stereotypes about Iroquois community The word stereotype is used to denote the generalizations made about a community where by people attribute a defined set of characteristics to this community. On this basis, the Iroquois community was believed to have a collective responsibility where the whole group was responsible in knowing and doing what was supposed to be done (Kanentiio, 2000).

In support of this, it has been found that each person in this community acted independently but for the group. In this relation, each person was brought up with a sense of self-governing accountability and being autonomous. The idea of autonomous responsibility and doing it for the group was being socialized to children at their early age hence they grew knowing what was expected of them in the society (Kanentiio, 2000).

Additionally, the Seneca people were fanatical to external self-control and stressed individual self-governing. Moreover, these people were unresponsive of pain, hardships and loneliness. On this basis, they had a principle of no guilt where they always approved the accountability of their deeds by doing the correct thing as it was what was expected of them (Kanentiio, 2000).

It is of important to note that, the Iroquois find expression for the feeling of anger, frustration and hatred through rituals. In this case, most of the rituals were from a religious setting that had a lot of attached pious meanings. A good example here is dreams which were considered as linking minds and souls.
In this connection, dreams were taken very carefully in Iroquois community where whatever one dreamt about was taken care of in the effort of avoiding dangers and calamities (Kanentiio, 2000).

Important leaders and heroes of the Iroquois community From the history of the Iroquois community, despite the fact that there was a strong leadership structure; there were no police or formal legal system (Kanentiio, 2000). The role of the leaders was to distribute material goods to the community members to avoid starving of some community members.
One of the most well known Iroquois leaders was Logan among the Mingo people; he was born in Pennsylvania at around 1725 (Kanentiio, 2000). Importantly, he led the community is fighting the white settlers in 1774 after killing family. On the other hand, the Iroquois heroes were chief Todadaho who practiced cannibalism against his victims and delivered his people from constant attracts of Algonquians.

In addition, Deganawidah and his disciple Hiawatha confronted chief Todadaho and convinced him together with other chiefs in this community to establish an Iroquois confederacy in 1350-1600 (Kanentiio, 2000).

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