If you have been following our posts on the architecture of a DMR network, you will be beginning to understand the full overview of how the network functions. This time we will be taking a look at the two main architectural types of a DMR Tier 3 network.
The first main type of architecture in a DMR Tier 3 network is a centrally controlled network in which powerful computers are employed to control and switch voice and data packets. The second type is a distributed model where each site in the network has switching and controlling abilities of voice and data between sites.
For a more in-depth description of these two architectural types and which would suit a larger and smaller network, watch the video below and read the accompanying DMR Site Equipment lesson. You can also take the full Introduction to DMR course on the Tait Radio Academy.
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