The growth in demand for wireless connectivity has increased the demands on radio spectrum around the world. Governments and regulatory bodies are placing increasing pressure on organizations, such as utilities, to improve their radio systems’ spectral efficiency.
Narrow-banding to 12.5kHz RF channels and ultra-narrowbanding to 6.25kHz RF channels are both well-established solutions to this challenge.
The Tait DMR Tier 3 platform, which already meets 6.25kHz ultra- narrow-banding requirements, is the no compromise choice for spectral efficiency.
FCC narrow banding deadlines
Regulators such as the FCC have created deadlines to take radio users from traditional analog 30/25kHz to 12.5kHz channel allocations. United States law requires a path to 12.5kHz but FCC guidelines also recommend that radio users future-proof their organizations by buying technology that will give 6.25kHz bandwidth equivalence.
The FCC guidelines state that a deadline for 6.25kHz channel adherence will be imposed at some point in the future.
Achieve compliance with Tait DMR Tier 3
DMR Tier 3 immediately meets both the FCC narrow-banding as well as any future ultra-narrowbanding requirements. This is achieved by DMRTier 3 providing 2 logical channels within one 12.5kHz RF channel.
Frequency regulations in Europe and Australasia
Europe and large parts of Australasia already have a mandate to occupy 12.5kHz channels, and frequency regulators have also started to impose an ultra-narrowbanding requirement for using 6.25kHz equivalence.
DMR Tier 3 already offers 6.25kHz equivalence for data and voice, meeting the ultra-narrowbanding requirements set by European and Australasianregulators.
Tait DMR Tier 3 is the no compromise choice for organizations across the globe looking to future-proof their radio communications against narrowbanding requirements.