Media & Events

As the leading national association for business enterprise wireless users and the manufacturers, resellers and communication sales and service providers that serve the land mobile radio industry, the Enterprise Wireless Alliance is dedicated to delivering to its members news, information and events that can support their businesses. 

  • Through the Wireless Leadership Summit, EWA creates opportunities for members to work together to define the future of the industry. 
  • In publications like the Enterprise Wireless Insider and Wireless Works, EWA provides information and insights that can help keep members' businesses on track.

In addition, EWA offers opportunities to the media to tell stories about the use of wireless communications in businesses across the United States. Please see EWA's Press Kit to learn more.

To learn more about the Enterprise Wireless Alliance, please see the 2016 Annual Report.


Recent News


Motorola has filed a Request for Declaratory ruling asking that the Commission confirm that the standard 5 MHz separation between paired channels in the 450-470 MHz band does not apply to systems authorized pursuant to the low power pools in Rule Section 90.267.


The Land Mobile Communications Council (LMCC) recently urged the FCC to prohibit the manufacture and use of wireless microphones intended for unlicensed use on TV channel 14-20 spectrum.


Consistent with the recommendations of EWA, the LMCC and most others within the industry, the FCC determined that a reduction in authorized bandwidth does not require frequency coordination; agreed that state and local government entities could use I/B pool spectrum for commercial activities such as operating golf courses, but not for public safety operations; and decided against allowing Wireless Medical Telemetry Service operations on a secondary basis in portions of the 1427-1432 MHz band where non-medical users have primary status.


While just at the beta level, the Commission’s Spectrum Dashboard is intended to allow users to more easily review how spectrum bands are allocated and used and also allows users to identify license holders in specific areas.


According to the FCC, the National Broadband Plan and the associated great infrastructure challenge of the 21st century will be as meaningful to the United States as was the development of the railways in the 1860s, the electrical grid in the 1930s, and the interstate highway system of the 1950s.