Last week, in Part I of DMR Tier 2 FAQs, we covered the features of Tait’s DMR Tier 2 solution and compared it to our DMR Tier 3 offering. This week, we delve deeper into specifics like location services, console support, interoperability, and encryption.
Q. Why does Tait require a node to support multi-site DMR Tier 2 solutions?
To create a multi-site IP linked system, we use a Tier 2 Node. This centralized architecture is very useful for system connectivity/application, as with DMR Tier 3.

  • The node reduces the bandwidth required by the supporting multisite IP network. Otherwise,... Continue Reading

Over the last few weeks, we have been covering some technical aspects of our DMR Tier 2 solution like Connecting DMR Tier 2 with a Voice Recorder, Console and AVLThe layout of a Multi-Site Tait DMR Tier 2 network and How to set up the Tait DMR Tier 2 Node. During this time, we have received a few inquiries on our DMR Tier 2 solution and have decided to also answer them on our blog. This will be done in two parts. In the first part this week, we will discuss the basics of the Tait DMR Tier 2 solution and how its features compare to the our DMR Tier 3 solutions. Next week, we... Continue Reading

In this video Iain Scott, Senior Design Engineer and Evan Forester, Content Marketing Manager will take you through setting up a Tait DMR Tier 2 Node.

Our DMR products have been developed in conjunction with standards defined by the DMR Association, ensuring interoperability with other DMR equipment and opportunities for multi-vendor solutions with standardized interfaces.

Visit the product section on our website for more information about Tait DMR Tier 2 and 3
Watch how to setup a Tait DMR Tier 2 Node

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