Digital Professional Radios
It's here now, tomorrow's technology today.......
"Ofcom stated in September 2011 that digital PMR now accounts for 30–40% of the market, compared with last year, when it was 10–15%. However industry forecasts expect that take-up will be 70% by 2020 – so there is still a lot of demand."
New Digital Radio products from Motorola, Hytera, Icom and Kenwood.
Press2Talk is fully committed to digital radio and whole heartedly embraces all that this technology can offer. Designing systems from grass root level; we build and tailor to your exacting requirements, with further enhancements such remote telemetry, command and control, PC dispatch and GPS location.
Recent Digital Systems supplied and managed:-
National Security Company with 60+ handheld radio terminals, city wide radio coverage utilising two site digital trunked repeaters with full roaming, linked across city via a secure VPN IP backbone. Client requirement: Full encryption to stop any eavesdroppers, caller ID, emergency response button with who has called (time/date stamped) and site roaming. Supervisor radios with system health reporting. This system is remotely monitored by our help desk for system integrity, health, IP uptime, and managed 24/7. Future enhancements include IP PC dispatcher with text messaging, individual private calls and call recording on event of an emergency button being activated.
Full site migration from analogue to digital communications. Using advanced digital handheld terminals with clear LCD displays, the newly established Academy school and Sixth Form College have streamlined and improved site communications. Now by grouping users and departments together greater channel efficiency is obtained with multiple users sharing the same channel simultaneously. Terminals are configured just like a standard mobile phone contacts list which most users are familiar with, this not only speeds up calls between departments and individuals, the system requires less staff training too. This system also incorporates remote telemetry for alerting of visitors requiring entry into the site.
Close Protection Team
Providing a secure channel between close protection teams, the brief here was first and foremost voice privacy and channel security, and due to the nature of the client’s work, a terminal that is waterproof. A narrow band NXDN solution was selected as this offered the best flexibility for the users. Being narrow band and operating primarily in a “back to back” role we effectively split the standard 12.5Khz channel into two 6.25Khz, this improved spectrum efficiency and being narrow band gave improved radio range over other competing digital technologies. The client opted for LCD displays for Over the Air aliasing and silent emergency request with live microphone. After various field trials the renowned Press2Talk covert audio accessories were selected.
(Company names and references given upon request)
WE SPEAK DIGITAL, DO YOU?
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