Laird's New Public Safety Antennas Earn Global Audience

Published on September 3, 2015

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Laird's New Public Safety Antennas Earn Global Audience

Thomson Reuters, the worlds largest international multimedia news agency, included Laird's latest public safety antennas in its global news feed reaching tens of millions of potential readers. 

The news mentions how Laird's Ceiling Mount Single-port (CMS) Public Safety Antennas offer industry leading frequency performance that ensures more reliable communications and greater connectivity for emergency responders.  

The post states "radio communications can be unreliable inside large and small  facilities, multi-floor and high-rise office buildings, apartment complexes and public venues" which can cause communications to be dropped. 

This lack of "reliable communication" can be very dangerous for police, paramedics and firefighters as well as the people they are trying to help. 

The release from Thomson Reuters states that Laird engineers designed a range of new antennas with "superior wide-band performance" that can operate in "extremely harsh conditions."

Laird's Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Antenna Systems, Jack Cowper, is quoted as saying, "Covering more frequencies with a single antenna means more reliable communications between more types of wireless devices. And reliable communication for all those radios increases the potential to save more lives."

To learn more about Lairds CMS Public Safety Antennas CLICK HERE.

To read the full post on Thomson Reuters CLICK HERE.