Indoor Wireless Public Safety Market

Public safety wireless communication indoors is an essential service for both the public and the public safety agencies which rely on it to make life critical decisions. For the public this means the ability, at a minimum, to place an emergency call and be accurately located and for the fire, medical and law enforcement agencies the ability to communicate and inter-communicate during an emergency.

An in-building public safety communications system is complex since it must offer multi-protocol, multi-band communications for commercial cellular and in addition for public safety the system must offer high availability, high reliability, environmentally hard, encrypted communications with battery backup in the event of a power failure. Public safety communications must also be made available in areas not traditionally covered by commercial cellular communications such as stair wells, equipment rooms and underground locations.

This report discusses the evolution of public safety communications and codes and examines the architectures for indoor public safety networks and ownership of those networks.

Table of Contents

  • 1. EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • 2.1. Challenges
    • 2.2. Funding
  • 3. EVOLUTION OF PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS
    • 3.1. Popular Narrowband Digital PMR Standards
    • 3.2. Public Safety Provisions in 3GPP
  • 4. NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVES
    • 4.1. United States: FirstNet
    • 4.2. United Kingdom: Emergency Services Network
    • 4.3. South Korea
    • 4.4. Other Countries
  • 5. CURRENT AND FUTURE PUBLIC SAFETY DAS REQUIREMENTS
    • 5.1. Scalability
    • 5.2. DAS Architectures
    • 5.3. System Reliability and Availability
    • 5.4. Environmental Protection
    • 5.5. DAS System Management and Security
  • 6. IN-BUILDING PUBLIC SAFETY SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES
    • 6.1. The Case for a Public Safety DAS Overlay
  • 7. FIRE AND BUILDING CODES FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
    • 7.1. The ICC and NFPA Codes
  • 8. IN-BUILDING PUBLIC SAFETY DAS FUNDING AND OWNERSHIP
    • 8.1. Carrier-led Funding
    • 8.2. Third-party Neutral Host Funding
    • 8.3. Venue-led Funding
  • 9. MARKET ASSESSMENT
    • 9.1. North America
    • 9.2. China
    • 9.3. Japan
    • 9.4. South Korea
    • 9.5. United Kingdom
    • 9.6. Germany
    • 9.7. Belgium
    • 9.8. The Rest of the World
    • 9.9. Market Forecast
  • 10. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
    • 10.1. Public Safety DAS Architecture
    • 10.2. Security
    • 10.3. LTE-Advanced Pro
    • 10.4. Funding
  • 11. REFERENCES
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Research Information

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Publish Date
1Q 2016
Code
AN-1407
Research Type
Application Analysis Report
Pages
23