Late last year, we released the new TP9500 and TP9600 radios to expand and improve our Tait Tough range. Alongside exceptional audio quality, enhanced worker safety tools and improved user experience, one of the standout features of these radios is Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). In this video, we see that in a real scenario.
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.
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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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.
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The team here at Tait have put together some videos to give more information about our DMR products.
We will be uploading more product videos over the coming weeks. In this video learn more about how a DMR Tier 2 network connects with other devices and applications.
Iain Scott Senior Design Engineer and Evan Forester Content Marketing Manager will take you through the setup.
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MACC 9-1-1 is the sole Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in Grant County, WA. In 2013, MACC 9-1-1 received 63,831 emergency and non-emergency calls.
Dean Hane manages the MACC 9-1-1 radio communications infrastructure and system, dispatch console system and first responder subscriber equipment, and he recently shared about his experience working with Tait.
Tait, together with MACC 9-1-1, installed an 11-site TaitNet P25 Trunked Simulcast Network (800 MHz). Mr Hane says, we got the ‘full P25 meal deal’ with:
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The TP9300 is one of the most advanced portable radios in the market, and now, it is reaching new heights. With the new Quad-Mode functionality, users are now able to switch between four different standards (Analog Conventional, MPT1327, DMR Tier 2 and DMR Tier 3) on any one radio. But that’s just one of the great features we’ve built in, the TP9300 also includes:
- Tait Tough Mission Critical Build Quality
- Enhanced Vocoder for Voice Clarity
- Man Down Emergency
- Full Interoperability
- Smooth Network Migration
- Stun and Revive
- GPS Technology
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Welcome to the Tait Manufacturing Facility. If you’ve ever wondered who makes our Tait radios, or how we ensure the highest possible standards for our products, then you’ve come to the right place. While many technology companies choose to outsource production, Tait has chosen to keep things in-house. We’re too obsessed with good quality to let anyone else build our radios.
We recently explored the area with our tour guide Aaron Robinson, the Production Manager. Come along with us on this exclusive look at our manufacturing facility that holds all our secret recipes. You’ll... Continue Reading
No one hates a mess more than us at Tait.
By Evan Forester, Tait Tough Tester.
Leaving dirty dishes out is one thing, but getting ice cream and chocolate syrup all over our TP9400 Portables is another.
So after topping our radio with copious amounts of French Vanilla, we threw it in the dishwasher on HEAVY DUTY, left the cameras rolling, and came back 2 hours later to see if it survived the water, soap, and steam. Not only did the radio turn on straight away, but it also came out clean, sparkly, and smelling fresh. Continue Reading
Can a Tait portable survive the raw ocean?
By Evan Forester, Tait Tough Tester.
Tait radios are IP67 certified, which means they have been proven to survive below 1 meter of water for thirty minutes. But the IP67 test occurs in a controlled and calm tube of water. We wanted to see how a Tait portable would handle being tossed into the ocean, full of crashing waves, salt, depth, sand, and even the occasional shark.
So without further ado, we hooked the Tait Portable to a fishing line and chucked it as far as we could into the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It felt... Continue Reading