When you invest in a digital mobile radio system, your investment must bring value to your business for years to come. Because Tait DMR Tier 3 products are built smarter and last longer, they can save money with efficient, productivity-enhancing apps and a durable, future-proof design.
Tait has been making radio equipment for over 45 years. We have built our name on the superior quality, RF technology and endurance of radios that we design and manufacture under our own roof. When you purchase Tait, you are choosing quality that will serve your business for years to come.
Voice and data on the same network
Many organizations will invest in a network specifically for mission-critical voice and a separate network for data transmission. Tait DMR Tier 3 runs voice and data on the same network, saving time, resource and budget because there is only one network to design, deploy, manage and maintain.
Furthermore, the applications that run on this voice and data network can bring significant savings to your organization. For instance, you can use the Tait GridLink calculator to learn how much a Utility company can save with one smart application.
Replacing radio terminals, batteries, and antennas can cost organizations significantly over the long term. Because Tait radios are built to be tough, your replacement costs will be dramatically reduced - fewer broken radios means fewer replacements.
Reduced maintenance overhead
Choosing Tait reliability means less time spent maintaining your network. Potential faults and outages can be identified and dealt with sooner, using the Tait Enable suite of management tools.
Radio system owners need confidence that network upgrades will be completed smoothly, on time, on budget and without disruption to system availability. The Tait DMR Tier 3 platform is engineered to ensure smooth and seamless migration from your existing network technology – with your critical communications uninterrupted.
Tait DMR Tier 3: Achieve more for a lower total cost of ownership
This guide provides utility organizations with a technical introduction to currently available open standard, digital technologies. For utility organizations seeking to replace existing networks, or considering an initial purchase of a communication solution using land mobile radio (LMR), this guide will seek to inform those decisions.