The Tait Radio Academy is a free online resource of simple to understand educational material, covering a plethora of topics within the critical communications field. Today we look at a collection of educational resources for Public Safety agency radio operators.
Organizations that rely on radio communications often have massive operation areas – entire districts or states. Ensuring consistent coverage over these areas creates unique challenges. In this article, we look at how Tait solutions solve coverage problems for two very different transport agencies.
The unpredictable nature of emergency situations has made real interoperability a critical goal in Public Safety communications for decades. In emergencies, the teams on the ground need to be able to communicate with each other to respond to evolving threats. Multiband radios are a key tool in creating real inter-agency cooperation.
Once your P25 network is up and running, how should you manage it? The complexity of Public Safety communications is increasing, so network management requires significant experience and knowledge. Who will manage it? What should you monitor? How should you prepare for major events? Find out in this P25 Best Practice guide.
We’re excited to announce TP9800 Multiband Portables, the lightest P25 multiband portable radios on the market. Designed to be rugged, lightweight and developed with multi-agency cooperation in mind, the TP9800 Multiband increases worker safety and productivity across multiple radio networks and frequency bands. Learn more about this exciting new product.
The next step in our series of P25 System guides: in this issue, we take a look at implementing your P25 system after you have selected a vendor and specified system requirements. It’s time to get your network up and running.
The next in our series of Free Guides: in this issue, we take a look at the Procuring your P25 System. This is an important process, which is worth reviewing to ensure you receive maximum results.
The digital P25 radio standard has been available for well over a decade, but some agencies continue to rely on aging analog radio networks. Many factors contribute to this hesitance to upgrade, but the expanded communications benefits are clear. Tait has proven experience in migration from analog to digital P25, without disrupting your operations, and greatly improving your emergency response capability.
Tait Radio users work tough jobs. Police, Fire, Emergency services, Resource extraction, and Utility workers face challenging conditions every day. They need comms equipment that is as tough as their jobs are. That’s why Tait engineers have worked together to build the toughest mission critical grade radios ever made.
Specifying is a crucial step in implementing your P25 system. It defines is a chronological approach, where most processes are iterative and impact each other. Learn more about specifying your P25 system with our free guide.