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2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

October 25, 2021
Richard A. Rouil, Tom Henderson, Marco Mezzavilla, Michele Polese, Jaden Pieper, Chunmei Liu, Silas Thompson, David W. Griffith, Christopher Walton, Christopher D. Dennis, Fabio C. da Silva, John S. Garofolo, James M. Horan, Samuel Hood, Julie Stroup, Christine Task, Terese Manley, Sam Ray, Alison Kahn, Maxwell Maurice, Hien V. Nguyen, Frederick R. Byers, Kristen K. Greene, Mary Theofanos, Yee-Yin Choong, Sandra Spickard Prettyman, Pamela J. Konkol, Jeffrey Cichonski, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Mike Dolan, Adam Lewis, Michael Ogata, John Beltz, Michael Bartock, Sarah Hughes, Santosh Rajvaidya, Craig Connelly, Scott Ledgerwood, Megan Waldock, Dereck R. Orr, Donald Bradshaw, Jeb Benson
2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Presentations by NIST Authors

PSCR 2021: Aerial LTE Network Testing

September 28, 2021
Maxwell Maurice, Sam Ray
This on demand session will outline the work done by PSCR on aerial LTE deployments. We will describe the project, the motivation for collecting these measurements, the test method, some results, and best practices and recommendations.

PSCR 2021: Are We There Yet? 5G Capabilities, Gaps and Opportunities

September 28, 2021
Sam Ray, Lisa Soucy
PSCR is monitoring 5G development to determine how and when public safety will benefit from 5G capabilities, perform targeted research and provide guidance for agencies and users. During FY21, the project team leveraged external organizations including the

Aerial LTE Demonstration Report

July 14, 2021
Maxwell Maurice, Sam Ray
In this paper, we investigate a Long Term Evolution (LTE) network mounted on an airborne small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) to provide broadband connectivity to smartphone devices on the ground. The use case is a public safety scenario where users

PSCR 2020_Resilient Communication Network Platform

October 29, 2020
Samuel L. Ray, Hien V. Nguyen
PSCR has been researching deployable communications systems for first responders since 2015. In this session, PSCR presents the latest addition to our research portfolio. Sponsored by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T)

PSCR Highly Mobile Deployable Networks R&D Summit Report

February 23, 2018
Maxwell K. Maurice, Samuel L. Ray, Marc Leh
The Public Safety Communications Research Program (PSCR) convened over 85 stakeholders at the Department of Commerce Boulder, CO campus to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing public safety’s expanded use of next-generation deployable systems