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Assuring personal safety at work

A Personal Panic Alerting Solution, part of a range of employee protection products from Zonith, offers low-cost, discreet protection for workers in education, healthcare, retail and security.  Wireless panic buttons – body-worn, desk or …

1st November 2010
Tetra in combination

Tetra in combination

Up to four Tetra transceivers can share one common antenna, via a four-channel hybrid ring combiner which allows parallel operation the receivers with the highest possible decoupling (isolation). The combiner is from a range of antenna-related products fr…

1st November 2010
TETRA voice and data board for system integrators

TETRA voice and data board for system integrators

New from the TETRA terminal maker Sepura is a high-performance voice- and data-capable TETRA radio board, the SRB8000. This flexible, customizable TETRA engine is designed for easy integration within other manufacturers’ products for a diverse range…

1st November 2010
Ferrite isolator for TETRA bands

Ferrite isolator for TETRA bands

Joining a range of TETRA-specific duplexers, filters and power amplifiers made by Eleading Technologies, of Shenzhen, China, is the ETG0301-100 series of dual isolators. Individual models cover the bands 336–346 MHz, 360–370 MHz, 370–371…

1st November 2010
TETRA building block for data networks

TETRA building block for data networks

Besides its use for conventional voice and data communication, TETRA technology has potentially widespread industrial applications in telemetry and telecontrol networks, such as in the utility industries, and in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. A…

1st November 2010
Trucks carry a page from TETRA’s history

Trucks carry a page from TETRA’s history

An unusual honour has been accorded to Hans Borgonjen, of VTS, the Dutch ICT organization for public safety: a mobile base station has been named after him. As one of three mobile units for the C2000 TETRA public safety network in the Netherlands, it wil…

1st November 2010
Moving TETRA forward

Moving TETRA forward

TETRA has come a long way since it took its first operational steps in the mid 1990s. For this first issue of TETRA Today, Tim Guest put questions to Phil Kidner, chief executive of the TETRA Association, about the past, present and future of the TETRA st…

1st November 2010
Air terminals

Air terminals

A large TETRA radiocommunications installation is contributing to the success of Germany’s fastest-growing airport operation. Richard Lambley visited Munich to see it in action Boosted by visitors to the city’s famous Oktoberfest as well as…

1st November 2010
TETRA takes off

TETRA takes off

For mission-critical ground communications at busy airports, radio systems based on TETRA digital technology have become the natural choice. Alun Lewis looks into the reasons There’s long been a close relationship between aviation and wireless comm…

1st November 2010

Finding additional radio spectrum for TETRA users

Mission-critical users need better access to spectrum, both to meet existing needs and for future data services. Risto Toikkanen, who chairs the TETRA Association’s Radio Spectrum Group, reports that efforts to overcome the obstacles are making head…

1st November 2010
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