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Hytera to provide Angola with a nationwide TETRA system, dual mode handsets

Date: 11th July 2017
Topic: News
Author: Sam Fenwick
Tags: Africa, Angola, Hytera, LTE, public safety

Hytera is to deliver a nationwide TETRA system to the Ministry of Interior of Angola under a contract worth around $31 million. This turnkey project includes TETRA infrastructure, LTE-TETRA Multi-mode Advanced Radios and TETRA radios, and convergent dispatching systems.  

As part of an initiative by the Angolan government to modernise the country’s public security and safety, the new mission critical communications system will be used by departments such as police, firefighting and customs. The company states that its LTE-TETRA Convergence Solution will ensure highly resilient infrastructures for mission critical users in the country, and offers versatile features enabled by LTE technologies. 


Officially launched at Critical Communications World 2017 in Hong Kong earlier this year in May, Hytera’s LTE-PMR Convergence Solution comprises Multi-mode Advanced Radio terminals, narrowband-broadband infrastructure, and management software. It incorporates feature-rich broadband technologies while ensuring that critically important voice services remain reliably accessible using narrowband technologies such as TETRA, DMR, and PDT.

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