Tait DMR Infrastructure is resilient by design

Your system must be resilient and cannot fail when your organization needs it most. Adhering to true Mission Critical design standards, Tait DMR provides a private, secure, and highly resilient communication path that keeps your people connected.

Centralized node-based architecture

The Tait DMR Tier 3 solution uses a centralized, node-based architecture, which removes network control from individual sites. The outcome is that securing the database becomes easier; while traffic and synchronization between sites is significantly reduced, so lower capacity bandwidth is required for linking.

High availability

Your network may contain multiple nodes, which will normally share traffic. Should a node become unavailable, the remaining nodes will take over seamlessly, with no noticeable loss of service.

Mission Critical SCADA and Telemetry

Should emergencies occur, you need complete visibility and control of your network. There are many ways to transmit SCADA data, but Tait DMR Tier 3 provides a mission-critical, wide area voice and data network is perfect for reliably transmitting data across long distances. Learn more for Tait DMR Tier 3 and Tait GridLink

Capacity management and prioritization

Civil emergencies and power outages can create unpredictable peaks in network traffic so it is critical that traffic types are correctly prioritized for the most important messages to get through. Tait DMR Tier 3 has four customizable priority levels. Other standard features include call queuing, call priority, pre-emption protocols, and dynamic voice and data channel sharing.

Failsoft mode

If a site loses all connection to the node controller, it will revert to single site trunking operation. One channel will automatically take on the role of control channel while operation continues as normal.

Dynamic channel assignment

Unlike conventional systems, trunked networks operate a pool of available channels, maximizing network capacity while coping with peaks in capacity demand. Should a channel become unavailable, capacity is reduced, but all communication can continue.

Network control

Tait Enable is a revolutionary suite of software and hardware that places the control of your radio network firmly in your hands.

EnableFleet:

Configure and manage your radio fleet from a central point of control with our radio fleet management tool.

EnableMonitor:

Real-time monitoring gives you confidence that your network is operating as expected and minimizing impacts if problems occur.

EnableReport:

Detailed reporting options help you optimize your network use. Demonstrate that you are achieving your Service Level Agreements (SLAs) by reporting against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

"Hot pluggable"

Tait DMR Tier 3 base stations contain hot pluggable RF modules. While the system is running a power amplifier or receiver/exciter (reciter) can be removed and the second channel in the same rack will continue to operate as normal.

Optimum network performance

Choosing Tait as your communications partner ensures your solution is designed, deployed, configured and supported by experienced service professionals who listen, understand your needs and deliver innovative services. With our world-class engineering and comprehensive services offering, we can deliver a solution that exceeds your expectations.

Tait DMR Tier 3: Achieve more by staying connected when you need it most.

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