Tait introduces DMR Tier 3
Your customers rely on your utility to keep their lights on. You need a digital radio platform that will help you reduce outages, manage renewables, improve grid reliability and meet ultra-narrowbanding requirements while ensuring your assets and staff are protected and performing optimally whatever the conditions. DMR Tier 3 is the no compromise digital trunked radio platform for electricity utilities. It is the right platform for building a fully connected and secure enterprise with improved voice, data, location services and vehicle telemetry communications.
This paper provides a technical comparison between DMR and Analog NBFM (Narrowband Analog Frequency Modulation) voice coverage.
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Top 5 reasons to buy Tait DMR Tier 3
Business outcomes of DMR for Utilities
Building a digital business
The DMR Tier 3 platform is the digital radio solution for utilities planning to build a fully connected digital enterprise. DMR Tier 3 will support business applications that will transform utility management.
DMR Tier 3 provides market leading voice and data performance with improved coverage and reliability to help you manage and improve the safety of utility workers under the most demanding conditions.
Business and workforce efficiency
DMR Tier 3 supports the deployment of cutting edge business applications that will provide real time intelligence and control of remote workers and assets to drive future improvements in efficiency.
The DMR Tier 3 platform supports transmission encryption, network user authentication and conversation privacy making it the no compromise digital radio solution for maintaining secure utility operations.
Network performance and reliability
The DMR Tier 3 digital platform delivers analogue equivalent coverage, with built-in fail soft functionality and dynamic channel assignment to ensure market leading network performance and reliability.
Ease of migration
The DMR Tier 3 digital radio platform fits into existing conventional radio channels and sites to provide a seamless migration path to digital radio for utilities on analogue radio systems.