Open Standards such as P25, DMR, TCP/IP and LTE offer you freedom of choice and better value for your communications investment – interoperability with other vendors means your organization can choose the right mix of equipment for the job, and can seamlessly communicate with partner agencies/organizations. As part of our longstanding commitment to interoperable, open standards-based solutions, Tait DMR has recently undergone a number of enhancements to align better with DMR standards.
The security industry has seen a trend of shifting away from integrated solutions to technology purchased on the internet in a ‘build your own’ style. This opens the door to information security breaches, as this equipment is not always reliable and often does not meet performance requirements. In this blog, Simon Gunton, who has been working on solutions for security companies for many years, discusses the benefits of critical communications for the security industry.
Whether you move minerals, passengers, or patients, success means getting your payload to where it needs to be, in a safe and timely manner. Whatever hurdles stand in your way, reliable voice and data communications can help ensure the journey is secure and efficient. Bruce Magee, General Manager for Services at Tait offers some insight. Continue Reading
Has the sun set on your existing LMR system? Dan Draughn, Market Development Executive at Tait Communications takes a look at a variety of reasons a Utility organization may have to upgrade their network. Continue Reading
Organizations such as mines, transport agencies and utilities often cover vast areas, working across different sites. When these particular areas and sites operate on different networks or frequency bands, staying connected can become complicated. The new Tait TM9356 dual band mobile radio makes it easy to switch between analog and DMR Tier 2 bands, and enables you to communicate through a single control head.
Tait partner VIAVI’s Communications Test Equipment supports critical communications worldwide for Public Safety, Public Transportation, Hospitals, Utilities, Railroads, Private Security, Homeland Security, Government, and Military. We’re excited to announce that Automated tests for our Tait TP9500 and TP9600 Series radios are now available on the VIAVI 3920B and 8800SX Radio Test Sets.
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.
Multi-mode base stations provide a flexible platform for communications in DMR, P25, MPT, or conventional analog networks. The Tait TB7300 and TB9400 are software flexible, rugged base stations that are intelligent building blocks in an end-to-end solution, which includes base stations, terminals, and Tait management software and applications.
The Tait TP3 is a flexible and customizable portable radio that offers great value for small businesses. Jensen Steel Fabricators in New Zealand use a fleet of TP3s for yard communications, and have seen great benefits since they were introduced. Continue Reading
As first responders look toward Long Term Evolution (LTE) broadband, converged devices can be the catalyst to accelerate adoption of new data-centric capabilities, while still ensuring users have reliable voice communications. Broadband technologies are key elements of future mission critical communications, so for mission critical organizations, that means starting the adoption process in the near future. Michelle Johnson, Director of LTE Advocacy and Business Development at Harris Corporation, takes a closer look.