Carlson Discusses Rural and Tribal Broadband with FCC

Jim Carlson, CEO of Carlson Wireless Technologies, met with Geoffrey Blackwell of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the TribalNet conference in Reno, Nev. in October. Blackwell, who heads the FCC’s newly-formed Office of Native Affairs and Policies, attended the conference in order to share information about the FCC’s National Broadband Plan with the several hundred tribal representatives…

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First-Class Training and Support

Carlson was recently honored with a visit from a high-ranking international military official who is spearheading a large-scale deployment of Trailblazer radios in his home country of Bangladesh. Trailblazers will provide last-mile wireless communications between border guard headquarters and more than a dozen remote outposts scattered along the mountainous outskirts of Bangladesh. To meet the border guards’ communication…

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Trailblazer Delivers Last-Mile Phone Service to Arctic Circle

Trailblazer is built for rugged conditions like those at the Arctic Bay Airport, located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region on Nunavut, Canada, the northernmost inhabited area of the world. Thanks to the Carlson Wireless Trailblazer Phone Line Extender, the Arctic Bay Airport now enjoys perfect wireline-quality telephone service. Our customer, Quebec City-based LSS V-Sat, needed a communications solution…

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Fueling Up with the Trailblazer

In the northern Nevada desert, our Trailblazer radio is working with an automated fueling system installed at a remote airport by L.A. Perks, Petroleum Specialists. The Trailblazer makes it possible for telephone modems to authorize credit cards even at remote locations. Fully compatible with the FuelMaster fixed-point automated fueling system, the Trailblazer is ideal for this application. Our Trailblazer phone-line turnkey package…

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Trailblazer – Powered by the Sun

A Trailblazer repeater installation in San Carlos, Arizona Here, the Trailblazer is passing along phone lines and Ethernet to a remote, rural village in Gila County, Arizona, miles from this base station. This solar-powered repeater site was installed by Kindelay Communications using our Trailblazer digital repeater, the Carlson Integrated Solar Kit, antennas and accessories. Kindelay installed the Rohn tower.  …

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Automated Airport Fueling Stations and the Trailblazer

Here at this remote airport fueling station, our Trailblazer radio is working with an automated fueling system installed by systems integrator, L.A. Perks, Petroleum Specialists. Trailblazer allows telephone modems to offer credit card authorizations even at remote locations. By using a Trailblazer, the airport also saved the expense of digging trench to lay telephone lines and repaving afterward. Trailblazer is…

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