Tait showcasing DMR Tier 3 at Forum Radiocoms 2012

Tait Communications will showcase an integrated trunked DMR system at the upcoming Forum Radiocoms 2012 in Paris, 3rd–5th April.

At stand E18 Tait will present its recently launched DMR Tier 3 equipment including high-performance base stations, repeaters, portables and mobiles.

Tait DMR is one of the first implementations of the DMR Tier 3 standard, the latest digital technology defined specifically for mission-critical applications.

Tait DMR solutions, which will be available from the second half of this year, will offer integrated location services and Network Management, while future software upgrades will provide data services, Over-The-Air Programming, encryption and security features.

Tait DMR solutions provide a stress-free migration path via triple-mode terminals, which support DMR, MPT 1327 and analog FM functionality.

On Wednesday 4th, Bertrand Christmann, Sales Manager, Tait Communications, will present a paper on the Tait DMR Tier 3 solution and its advantages for operation- and mission-critical communications.

"The Tait DMR Tier 3 solution is a modern and scalable communications system, which supports efficient data combined with clear digital voice communications, providing the natural digital migration choice for today's conventional and trunked analog users," says Bertrand.

Tait is committed to open standards and its DMR solution is designed to be fully compliant with ETSI-defined Digital Mobile Radio standards, including the interfaces for dispatchers, location services and other applications.

Tait experts will be available for meetings and interviews throughout the three-day forum, which is being held at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles.

Forum Radiocoms is dedicated to professional radio communications users and enables private companies, local authorities and all other users of PMR solutions to discover the latest innovations in radio communications products, technologies and services.

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