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Icom America, leading two-way radio manufacturer and multi-vendor solutions provider, is attending at the 2014 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE). The conference will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada from March 24-28 with exhibits open March 26-27. Icom returns to the annual event as a premier partner and will exhibit new products and technology at Booth #3032.
Icom continues to expand its product offerings for government, public safety, transportation, utilities and business entities. Its flagship technology, the Icom Digital Advanced System known as IDAS, now supports both Type-C and Type-D trunking protocols in the NXDN technical standard. For more information on Icom's compatible handheld, mobile and repeater options, interested parties should visit the company's Booth #3032 during exhibit hours.
Icom will also present its latest developments in Internet Protocol (IP) Walkie Talkie at IWCE 2014. Products on display include the new license-free IP100H and the VE-PG3. The IP100H communication terminal is used in conjunction with an IP controller and remote communicator. The device is compact, waterproof and features vibration alert for incoming calls. Icom's new IP-based solution is user-friendly and includes encryption via wireless LAN protocols. With the VE-PG3 RoIP gateway, the IP advanced radio system can interconnect with IP phones and transceivers.
Sponsored by Penton Media, IWCE 2014 will host Icom and approximately 350 other communications technology manufacturers. Over 7,000 dealers, distributors and end-users from multiple industries are expected to attend. The conference program comprises 25 workshops, 2 training courses, 60 short courses and free keynotes and general sessions. Icom America Vice President Chris Lougee is participating in two IWCE events:
"Project 25 Foundations and System Technology Updates for 2014," a half-day workshop held on March 24.
"Beyond CAP: Why an Interoperability Testing Program is Essential to Multi-Vendor P25 Deployments," a short course held on March 26.