The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that in order to stop the spread of disease, we need to rethink hygiene best practices. Besides personal and workplace hygiene, the current crisis has also highlighted and reinforced the importance of handheld device hygiene.

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We’re thrilled to announce the arrival of a new product, the Rugged External Speaker. Part of the Tait Accessories range, the Rugged External Speaker is a Tait Tough, water-shedding external cabin speaker that delivers high-quality, voice-optimized audio that is is louder and clearer than similar products of the same wattage when connected to a Tait TM9000 series mobile radio

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The new Tait TP9500 and TP9600 portable radios feature exceptional audio performance, to make sure your critical calls get through. Their innovative Active Noise Cancellation uses two individual microphones to receive voice and background sounds separately, isolating and reducing noise. Check out some Tait staff having some fun testing the feature in this video.

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Tait P25 provides instant and reliable communications that are trusted and used around the globe.  With exceptional audio, safety features, and plenty of migration options, Tait P25 is a secure, future-proof, public safety grade critical communications solution.

This article looks at some of the detail behind each of these areas:

  • Proven Experience – Customer Stories
  • Smarter, Safer working with GPS, GeoFencing, Lone Worker and Man Down
  • Exceptional Audio – Hear important calls in the moments that matter
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The world is a tough place, and our clients have demanding jobs. They need critical communications that can withstand the challenging conditions they face each day. That’s why Tait offers complete communications systems that are reliable, resilient, and downright tough, from start to finish. Read on for an introduction to how we create a comprehensive, durable critical communications solution, and hear from some of our customers about their own experiences.
The Toughest Radios in the Industry
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We consistently hear that having rugged radios is essential for mission critical users. In fact, a recent survey found that durability was the most valued feature for Tait customers:

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Previously our radios have really been put through the paces in our Tait Tough tests! We have done everything under the sun to see if these radios can stand up against the most brutal and intense of trials.

The radios continue to survive and defeat our most clever ideas of destruction. We scratched our scalps, wondering if anything would overcome these mighty radios. One in our office piped up and mentioned a man, who is said, through local folklore, to possess the golf swing to top all golf swings: Enter David Lau.

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Here at Tait, we’ve put our radios through a lot. We’ve chucked them in the ocean, we’ve dropped them from great heights, we’ve set them on fire.

They’ve survived it all, but even we were holding our breath as we watched a steam roller edge closer and closer to our TP9300, lodged in the gravel at a nearby construction site. Continue Reading

Here comes the truck
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Not every radio would survive being run over by a truck… but ours did!

We shoved our TP9300 into the gravel road at a nearby construction site, and watched as six wheels of a truck and its dirt-hauling-trailer drove over our radio. That’s a lot of weight!

But as expected, our Tait Tough radio survived each wheel, and turned on without any hitches. Continue Reading

Tait Tough is back!
We took a Tait TP9300 over to a near-by construction site to push our radio to its limits once again. After talking with some of the workers there, we all thought it would be a cool experiment to get one of the diggers, get a load of heavy gravel and dump it on the Tait radio, which was lodged in the dirt.

Two massive gravel dumps later, we excavated the radio, covered in mud, and once again discovered just how tough Tait radios are. Continue Reading