Tait DMR is the first choice for digital Band III frequencies in the UK
In today’s world of congested spectrum, there are plenty of Band III (175-225MHz) frequencies available in the UK, suitable for campus and wide area applications, including major urban areas nationwide. Until now, your only choice for operation in these frequencies has been analogue.
Now, Tait can help you upgrade your Band III analogue system to DMR, with the first digital Band III offering on the market. Based on our tried and tested 9300 series portables, mobile and DMR infrastructure you can have the advantages of digital radio with the confidence of products that have been going strong for years.
Read our FAQ on Digital Band III. Get in touch with your nearest Tait office here.
Whether you’ve been waiting to migrate your Band III analogue system to digital, or you are looking for new spectrum to solve your congestion woes, you need to talk to Tait today.
If you are considering a new radio system or a replacement/upgrade of your existing system, choosing the right technology is of prime importance. The decision to use a particular technology should always be based on best fit to achieve the project’s objectives.
This white paper Comparing Voice Coverage: DMR and TETRA, provides a technical comparison between DMR and TETRA voice coverage, providing a simple ratio between the number of base stations each requires to cover a given area. Both downlink (base station to terminals), and uplink (terminals to base station) paths are considered, across both urban and rural terrains.
It discusses the measurable factors affecting coverage, how they affect relative coverage between these two technologies and explains how the conclusions were reached.
Click here to download this white paper.
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