TP8100 Specifications

The performance figures given in these pages, unless otherwise stated, are typical figures measured in accordance with ETSI 300-086 (analogue) and ETSI 300-113 (digital). Tait Electronics Ltd reserves the right to alter these specifications.

All measurements conducted using EN 300 086-1 test method except those marked *which use TIA-603-C testing method.

Specifications are subject to change without notice and shall not form part of any contract. They are issued for guidance purposes only. Please note that not all frequency bands and power outputs are available in all markets.

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Why choose Tait MPT

When you plan for future communications in partnership with Tait, an expert team is right there at each stage, designing, managing and supporting the changes.

Working to your organization's timeframe, migrating network communications is seamless, minimizing impact on budget and service.

MPT is the most successful trunked mobile radio technology worldwide, suiting the needs of our global customers due to its flexibility and efficiency benefits. Tait has a long and distinguished track record in developing this technology and offering the MPT-IP (MPT 1327) trunking network with an impressive range of features that include:

  • remote network management
  • efficient deployment of radio channels
  • scalable infrastructure from single site to nationwide
  • a wide range of open standard terminal products
  • seamless migration paths to digital technology
  • individual, group (team) or broadcast (all-informed) calls
  • PSTN and PABX telephone access
  • MAP27 data interface
  • call diversion and forwarding
  • priority handling of emergency calls
  • status messages
  • a short message service for dispatch or job information
  • a polling channel providing efficient location updates for large fleets, which can co-exist with voice operation.