The P25 CAP (Compliance Assessment Program) allows P25 vendors to confirm their products meet the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) standard for interoperability. Tait is a major supporter of open standards, and with the addition of our latest products now has the most extensive listing on the DHS website.
Reliable, functional, efficient, and durable. These are all requirements a portable radio should meet. But what about options to personalize your radio? Does your job require the radio to be visible? Need to identify talk groups or add functionality? Or perhaps you want to label individual radios? There are many benefits to having personalized radios.
As 5G gains coverage in cities around the world, there are many questions about the fifth generation standard for cellular networks. In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we take a technical look at what to expect from this exciting new standard.
To communicate safely and efficiently, portable radio accessories can be just as important as the actual radio itself. Optimizing audio performance and usability with accessories means calls can be heard first-time and hands kept free, which can make all the difference in high-risk environments.
Mining sites are challenging and dangerous environments, making robust communications and location services essential for safe and efficient operations. To improve the safety of its miners, Russian Bachatsky coal mine replaced their analog system with a Tait DMR solution.
Unified Critical Communications (UCC) is beneficial to all industries, but each industry will utilize the advantages of multi-bearer networks in ways specific to their operating environment. Continuing on with the fourth lesson of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we explore the benefits a UCC strategy can bring to fireground communications.
A portable radio should be easy to use, suited to your needs and working environment – a confusing interface is the last thing you want to worry about on an important job. For optimal safety and efficiency, it is crucial to consider how users interact with their portable radios in the challenging environments they operate in.
To maintain production and worker safety, industries in hazardous environments depend on reliable, organization-wide communications. This is why EP Petroecuador, Ecuador’s national oil and gas company, chose to migrate to a Tait DMR digital radio system to cover its crucial pipelines.
Tait offers software customization to add unique functionality and value to your communications system. We understand each organization has their own unique requirements, and not all challenges can be met with the same stock solutions.