Tait Communications delivers proven and interoperable P25 mission-critical voice communication solutions for Public Safety organizations around the world.
Tait has invested in delivering superior P25 solutions that are robust, interoperable and secure. With a range of both P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2-upgradable open standard-based elements, Tait can provide a complete end-to-end solution to meet your unique organizational requirements.
Through this process, we selected Tait's P25 solution. Tait won the contract for Police's new radio network by proving that they had the right people, technical expertise and reliable equipment to provide the full solution. We are now working together as partners to ensure emergency services get the best possible radio technology to support their work.Murray Mitchell, Police ICT Manager, New Zealand Police
The Tait P25 platform is engineered to deliver significant operational benefits to Public Safety organizations, including:
- Smooth and seamless upgrade
- Operational effectiveness and efficiency
- Improved return on investment
- Operational and worker safety compliance
- System availability and resiliency
- Information security and privacy.
Tait P25 solutions can easily adapt to your changing operational requirements – with paths from analog to digital, Phase 1 to Phase 2-upgradable, or conventional to trunked, a Tait solution is a future-proof solution.
If you have particular technical requirements, or need to interoperate and cooperate with other organizations on a P25 network, you will appreciate a single point of accountability, working with industry-leading experts and the range of world-class services on offer. Tait also gives you the choice to work with your preferred equipment and service providers.
Tait operates a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recognized P25 Compliance Assessment Program (P25 CAP) laboratory and is committed to offering interoperable solutions that work seamlessly with radios and infrastructure of other manufacturers.
This paper explains why this is the case by comparing pricing, specifications and configuration of both trunked and conventional P25 systems.