It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone, but as we get ready to welcome 2018, we wanted to take a look back at some of our most popular blog posts throughout 2017. We love bringing you valuable, educational, and interesting content, so have a look below at what many of our readers have found most useful over the past year.

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TeamTalk to ensure continuity of resilient communications by partnering with Tait Communications.
TeamTalk Limited, the publicly listed telecommunications services provider, who are the largest provider of commercial mobile radio communications services and solutions throughout New Zealand, today announced that it has selected Christchurch-headquartered Tait Communications to supply and build its new nationwide Tier III Digital Mobile Radio network. Continue Reading

There are undoubtedly some very strong reasons why mission critical organizations should migrate to P25, but the many options can make it difficult to know which route to go. In this article, Tait Architectural Design Engineer Steve Penny discusses the differences between these standards, helping you to decide what’s right for your organization. Continue Reading

Coverage prediction software models the propagation of radio waves, as part of the process of designing radio networks. It takes into account (among other things) distance from transmitters, variations in topography, the curvature of the earth and changes in atmospheric density at altitude. But it is only part of the story.

In this article, Tait coverage expert Stephen Bunting takes us beyond the mathematical theory, to explain how Coverage Verification Testing increases confidence in radio network coverage. Continue Reading

We’ve recently redesigned our White Paper Library, making it even easier for you to find the information you need. The Tait White Paper Library can now be browsed by industry or technology, and all papers are free to download! Continue Reading

Tait Endorsed Technology partner Omnitronics has announced that it’s been chosen by Vertel to supply local Australian government council the City of Bayswater with its latest dispatching application RediTALK-Flex. Tait Solution Partner Vertel operate a Tait DMR Tier 3 network with 50 sites around Australia.

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The Tait Analog Simulcast over IP (AS-IP) solution is quickly growing in popularity among public safety agencies as an alternative to P25. For instance, Matthew Gay, the Maintenance Manager for the Madison County Fire Department, described it this way, “We believe we got the absolute best system we could get, and it was inexpensive. I don’t mean we got the best system for the money we had; I mean we got the best that we could get. And it was inexpensive.

There are several reasons for the growing popularity of the AS-IP solution. In this video, we’ll discuss the... Continue Reading

Did you know that Tait was founded in 1969 in Christchurch, New Zealand? Over the years we’ve grown into an international business with offices and customers all over the globe.

Although we love it when customers come to visit us and we can give them a full tour, we recognize that not everyone can make it to New Zealand. Because of that, we created this short video tour of our Christchurch campus. Whether you’ve known us for years or this is your first time hearing about us, we wanted to spend some time telling the story of who we are, how we started, and why we do what we do.

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Alliant Energy has successfully completed its transition to a Tait Communications digital mobile radio (DMR Tier 3) system covering its 54,000 square mile service area in Wisconsin and Iowa.

Alliant Energy employs 4,000 staff members and supplies nearly one million electric and more than 400,000 natural gas customers. The organization has a strategic focus on optimization – providing reliable service to customers through continued modernization of the power grid and other crucial infrastructure. Continue Reading

For years, you’ve heard about how our rugged radios are built Tait Tough. We know our customers depend on our radios, and so we constantly seek out ways to ensure they are as robust and reliable as possible. Today, we get to introduce you to the Tait Mechanical team, who maintain a sharp focus on building the Tait Tough philosophy into all of our products.

This video provides some insight into how the Mechanical team approach product development at Tait:

The process involves several steps. First, Mechanical works within multidisciplinary teams throughout the product development... Continue Reading