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
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
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)
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:
This paper explains why this is the case by comparing pricing, specifications and configuration of both trunked and conventional P25 systems.
Why choose Tait P25
- Trunking technology
- Spectral efficiency
- TP9400 features
- Coverage design services
- System design services
- Phase 2
- Efficient coverage
- Standards based technology
- True interoperability
- Integrated architecture
- System resiliency and redundancy