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A TETRA diet

A TETRA diet

Richard Lambley reports from Singapore on new products, developments and fresh thinking at Critical Communications World 2014 Switched at a few weeks’ notice from Bangkok to Singapore because of political tensions in Thailand, this year’s Cri…

1st August 2014
Coming out from  the radio shadow

Coming out from the radio shadow

Radio planning coverage of complex structures in the macro environment presents radio engineers with many challenges, as Nick Kirkman, ATDI tells TETRA Today The ancient Egyptians didn’t have radio, which is the only reason nobody moaned about the …

1st August 2014
Training the next TETRA generation

Training the next TETRA generation

The growth and development of TETRA as a global technology means new users need training. Karl van Heeswijk explains why demand for such courses is still so high I have been asked on a number of occasions why there is still a demand for TETRA training. S…

1st August 2014
A challenging  movement for TETRA

A challenging movement for TETRA

While public safety has been responsible for the lion’s share of the TETRA market, one of the fastest-growing applications of the technology around the globe is in transportation, as Tim Guest reports Speaking to an industry audience earlier this y…

30th July 2014
On the ball with TETRA: World Cup support

On the ball with TETRA: World Cup support

The final whistle has blown for the football events in the host city of Rio de Janeiro. But a legacy has been left by the TETRA infrastructure, which tackled 64 matches in 12 different stadiums without a foul Critical communications were vital for the sa…

Laurence Doe, 30th July 2014