City of Gainesville, Texas, is taking a significant step forward in enhancing public safety and municipal communications. The Gainesville City Council has approved an important agreement with Tait Dealer, Stolz Telecom for the implementation of a Tait Communications Project 25 Phase 2 Trunked Radio System. This pivotal move reflects the city’s commitment to ensuring the safety and efficiency of its police and fire departments.
In this edition of Tait Talks, join Sandra Wendelken, market insights manager, Daniel Draughn, director global solutions, and Anthony Blyth, global product marketing manager, as they take you through the current DMR landscape, alongside talks of multiprotocol P25 solutions.
Sandra Wendelken joined Tait in July 2023 after working for three years at market research firm IDC as senior research analyst covering mobile and IoT services. For 15 years, she was editor of ‘MissionCritical Communications’ and ‘RadioResource International’ magazines covering the public safety, critical communications and LMR industry. Today we get a deep dive into her insights at her new role at Tait!
Whether you are a beginner or seasoned expert, maximizing your critical communications knowledge is essential for safe and efficient operations. The Radio Academy provides free online learning dedicated to improving everyone’s radio knowledge. View the latest video in the ‘Basic Radio Awareness’ course, ‘What is Multiband Radio?’.
Congratulations to The Village of Melrose Park in Illinois, USA for winning the APCO 2023 Technology Leadership Award for their Enterprise Dispatch & Interoperability Project! The solution connects their Tait DMR Tier 3 network into the state P25 system and a variety of other analog channels and broadband services, delivered by Alpha Prime Communications, a Tait and Omnitronics dealer.
The new TP9800 P25 Multiband Portable is shipping now. It includes a host of worker safety features to help officers & first responders stay safe and productive in the most challenging conditions. Learn more about how this feature rich portable keeps users safe.
Tait radios are built tough to survive the punishment our customers throw at them. Our portables carry both IP65 and IP68 ratings, but what are these IP ratings and how do they help critical comms users?
Tait Communications and Kordia, in partnership, have won a contract to build and maintain a secure digital land mobile radio communications network across New Zealand, a key element of the Government’s recently announced Public Safety Network (PSN). With more than 450 sites, this will be one of the largest P25 networks in the world.
Our Public Safety customers were crying out for a lightweight, multiband portable radio, with all the audio and usability features you expect from a Tait Tough product. Tait has a reputation for building tough, fit for purpose critical communications solutions. This is the story of how the Tait TP9800 Multiband Portables came to be.
Tait has a long history of creating safer, more proactive organizations through critical communications. Today we look at how Tait has evolved, from offering primarily radio based solutions, to our adoption of broadband technologies.