Taitnet P25 radio networks

With over 42 years' experience, we have a proven track record of delivering P25 mission-critical solutions to meet our customers' needs. We can design, deploy, support and manage P25 conventional (simulcast) and trunked (simulcast) communication systems. Complementing this, we also offer world-class training and a range of services to ensure your network runs smoothly and reliably – allowing you to concentrate on what you do best. In offering a single point of accountability, you can rest assured you are in safe and capable hands.

Tait P25 networks have been developed in direct consultation and collaboration with our users. As a result, we are proud to offer P25 networks which are designed to be cost-effective, scalable and flexible for additional capacity or functionality, and interoperable with analog or other P25 equipment.

Intelligent, high performing, flexible and robust

Conventional
Simple and cost-effective for smaller numbers of users, TaitNet P25 conventional networks are proven, reliable and minimize project risk by facilitating staged migrations from analog to digital.
P25 conventional – Phase 1

Trunked
TaitNet P25 trunked networks deliver spectrally efficient, reliable and scalable communications. With the Tait P25 TN9400 trunked core network controller we can provide a complete Tait trunked solution for your mission-critical communications network.
P25 trunked – Phase 1 and Phase 2 (upgradable) 

Simulcast
Tait P25 simulcast solutions – conventional and trunked – combine knowledgeable staff with intelligent Tait base stations/repeaters and can reduce installation costs, maintenance burdens and site storage.
P25 simulcast – conventional and trunked
Linear Simulcast Modulation (LSM) – trunked only, with TB9400

Key network elements:

White Paper

Under the Hood: Coverage theory for Public Safety networks - a System Engineer's view

This white paper provides network operators some insight into how a System Engineer can design for network coverage that meets specific requirements. It addresses three basic techniques, which, used individually or in combination, can overcome geographical or urbanization influences, to increase coverage reliability. While this paper is especially relevant for the critical coverage requirements of Public Safety operators, the principles described are equally applicable for other sectors.

Why choose Tait P25

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