Stolz Telecom, a leader in advanced telecommunications solutions, is proud to announce that it has been awarded a contract to implement a Tait Project 25 (P25) Phase 2 Simulcast Network for the City of Sherman, Texas. Learn more about the ins and outs of the P25 network upgrade below.
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.
Upgrading your communications network can be a daunting task, but Tait makes it easy to overhaul your entire comms system; piece by piece, or all at once.
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 series of Tait Radio Academy lessons on P25 continues, this time looking at the difference between P25 Phase 1 and Phase2. This course is taught by Andrew McTaggart, a Customer Support Engineering Specialist at Tait Communications. Prior to that, he was a product trainer on P25 digital radio communications equipment.
A question commonly asked is, “What is the difference between P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2?”
One of the original goals of P25 was spectrum efficiency. The radio spectrum is a limited resource. There are only so many radio channels that can be licensed in a given area.