Workers in critical industries deal with hazardous environments on a daily basis. In emergencies, their communications equipment can be their lifeline. Tait hardware and networks are built Tait Tough to withstand the challenges workers encounter anywhere – from protecting our communities to working on oil rigs.
In an increasingly digital world, critical communications is no longer just about LMR voice – the modern workforce demands ever more data to use location services and applications that increase worker safety and productivity. Converged voice and data solutions meet these needs by taking advantage of both broadband and narrowband technology.
The capability to record voice calls be can indispensable for legal purposes, and also allows careful analysis of events so you can gain valuable post-incident insights. The newly improved On-Board Voice Recorder records every call that goes through a Tait Unified Vehicle unit, regardless of network or bearer.
Tait manages the communications network of one of the largest transport authorities in the world, with over 2 billion journeys made in their network each year. To ensure high-reliability voice and data connections between all buses and dispatch and control centres, proactive monitoring and management of the communications networks is essential.
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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