This short demonstration given by Tait Associate Design Engineer Max Choi shows some of the WiFi capabilities offered by UnifyVehicle in action. Watch the video below!
The 2017 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) is right around the corner, and we are excited to bring a wide range of innovation to this year’s event, taking place in Las Vegas from March 29th-30th.
The Tait booth theme for this year is Redefining Critical Communications, and our stand will be packed with demonstrations showing how our mission-critical solutions can benefit your organization. From public safety agencies through to utilities and transport, we’ll show you how our solutions are flexible and customizable enough to address the unique needs and issues... Continue Reading
“The radio system has helped improve our response times, which helps us better meet the needs of our community and our citizens that live here.”
Jonathan Haber, Chief of Police, City of Balch Springs
The City of Balch Springs is just outside of Dallas, Texas and they service a 9-square mile area. The Fire Department has 32 staff members and respond to fire calls, MVAs, motor vehicle accidents, and other similar calls. The Police Department has 39 sworn officers and a total of 60 employees and are committed to providing a safe and secure community.
Our series of Tait Radio Academy lessons on P25 continues, this time looking at the difference between P25 Phase 1 and Phase2. This course is taught by Andrew McTaggart, a Customer Support Engineering Specialist at Tait Communications. Prior to that, he was a product trainer on P25 digital radio communications equipment.
A question commonly asked is, “What is the difference between P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2?”
One of the original goals of P25 was spectrum efficiency. The radio spectrum is a limited resource. There are only so many radio channels that can be licensed in a given area.
One of the more popular safety features on the Tait TP9300 and TP9400 portables is Man Down. This feature takes advantage of an accelerometer in the portable radio. This means that if someone falls and gets hurt, and for whatever reason can’t call for help themselves, dispatch will automatically receive notification. Response time will improve dramatically and can even save lives.
This is the first in a series of articles we’ll present on migrating from legacy radio networks to more modern technology, the advantages they can offer your organization and how Tait solutions can make it a simple process.
Migrating from Analog to P25
If your department is using an analog or Analog Simulcast over IP radio network, you’ll already be familiar with the benefits those systems offer. One of the greatest strengths about Tait analog systems is how easy we make migration to a more feature rich P25 network, as the needs of your... Continue Reading
The equipment your workers use, how it is maintained, and when it is upgraded will determine the degree of communications resilience your organization has, as well as the return on your communications investment.
Buying new gear? Here’s a guide to what you need to think about to keep it working reliably, no matter what.
1) CHOOSING THE RIGHT HARDWARE
Considering high-level failure scenarios will help you determine how durable your hardware needs to be. Common hardware solutions that increase the strength of your system include back-up power sources,... Continue Reading
Our series of Tait Radio Academy lessons on P25 continues, this time focusing on services and features. This course is taught by Andrew McTaggart, a Customer Support Engineering Specialist at Tait Communications. Prior to that, he was a product trainer on P25 digital radio communications equipment.
P25 offers a wide range of key services and features to meet the needs of public safety agencies. Some of the basic features P25 provide are:
- Group voice calls
- Unit-to-unit or individual calling
- Emergency call priority
- Talking party identification
- Radio... Continue Reading
Last week Tait attended the APCO 2016 conference. We had a busy booth, with lots of interest in our solutions and the new North American partnership with Harris Corporation. Since you may not have been able to attend the show, here is a recap of our booth spaces:
Harris · Tait | More Choices
Tait has partnered with Harris to offer our customers more choices in North America. The complete product and solution portfolio, now available through Harris, is quite extensive! The video gives a small taste of what’s to come from this exciting new agreement.
APCO 2016 is just a few days away, and we’re excited to see those of you who are attending. We wanted to give you a quick preview and the top 5 reasons you should visit Tait booth 753.
- Learn about the new partnership with Harris. We haven’t revealed a lot of details about the partnership yet, but if you visit our booth during APCO you’ll discover more about this partnership and how it will benefit you. We’ll show off the new look of our products, demonstrate interoperability, and more. A couple booths down from us, Harris will also show off the Tait products that are now available through this... Continue Reading