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.

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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

Iain Scott, Senior Design Engineer and Evan Forester, Content Marketing Manager have put together a series of videos taking us through Tait DMR networks.

In this video learn more about the layout of a multi-site Tait DMR Tier 2 network.

You can also watch the other videos in the series:

If you have a suggestion for other videos or any questions for Iain or Evan, please leave them in the comments below.

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The TM9300 DMR mobiles provide an efficient, digital voice and data communications solution for users in mission critical environments such as utilities, mining, transport, fire & emergency response, oil and gas.

The ability to customize our products to fit our clients needs is just one of the reasons our products are popular.

These mobiles function in trunked DMR, conventional DMR, full MPT 1327, and conventional FM modes, and can roam between DMR and MPT networks.

If you would like to know more about our DMR solutions visit the DMR products page.

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