Tait P25 simulcast solutions – conventional and trunked – combine knowledgeable staff with intelligent Tait base stations/repeaters, and you can reduce installation costs, maintenance burdens and site storage. Tait simulcast networks require fewer frequencies, provide superior coverage and deliver seamless voting you can rely on. Licensable software features such as the simulcast controller, centralized voting and IP functionality are built into the Tait base station/repeater eliminating the need for additional external equipment, while delivering redundancy options. The built-in functionality reduces capital costs because less equipment is required initially and upgrades can be managed without visiting the site.
Using either Tait P25 Phase 1 TB9100 base station/repeater or the Tait P25 TB9400 Phase 2 (upgradable) base station/repeater as the network's transceivers, our experienced engineers draw upon industry-recognized TSB-88 based prediction modeling methodology and intelligent GPS modeling to design a simulcast system that delivers the ultimate in redundancy. With Tait's P25 simulcast solution, several sites can utilize central voting to reduce the risk of network failure and ensure network reliability.
3-site simulcast network:
3-site simulcast network:
Linear Simulcast Modulation (LSM)
Used with the TB9400, Tait can also provide trunked LSM which allows better performance in the cross-over zones of a simulcast system, and the increase in performance results in greater site separation (fewer sites required) and reduced costs.
TaitNet P25 Simulcast - P25 Phase 1/P25 Phase 2 (Upgradable)
Intelligent, reliable and robust
- Phase 1 operation in VHF, UHF and 700/800MHz bands with the TB9100
- Phase 2 (upgradable) operation in 700/800MHz band with the TB9400
- Conventional and trunked simulcast
- LSM available with the TB9400
- P25 open standards compliance
- Target dead spots with TSB-88 based prediction modeling methodology
- Eliminate unpredictable coverage issues with dynamic coverage verification
Back to TaitNet P25 Networks overview
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
- 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