A comparison of TETRA and GSM-R for railway communications
This new whitepaper looks at the TETRA and GSM-R standards, comparing the two technologies and showing why TETRA has important advantages.
TETRA: the technology of choice for the urban transport market
This whitepaper discusses why TETRA has become the de facto radio technology for public transportation, from bus and tram networks to metro systems & railways.
TETRA and DMR Tier III: which open standard digital trunking is right for me?
The last few decades have seen the emergence of two major open standard digital technologies for trunking radio: TETRA and DMR Tier III. This whitepaper evaluates both technologies against some practical use cases, with a recommendation for one technology or the other.
Image Messaging - From the Control Room to the Field
Our revolutionary IMAGE application rapidly sends images from the control room to your field personnel's radios and other mobile devices. This whitepaper explains how it works, and how the application can play a vital role in ensuring success in an emergency situation, while at the same time reducing costs.
Creating the Connected Enterprise
By linking people, devices, remote assets, processes and back-office systems, a ‘connected enterprise’ can automate and streamline essential business processes, providing accurate and consistent real-time data, increased onsite security and superior asset protection.
Introduction to DMR and Site Engineering Best Practices for Digital Systems
This whitepaper discusses DMR and its various features including standards definitions and general system design.
Data: your competitive edge
Users nearly always carry a radio, so why not use it to generate efficiency and benefits for your operation? Utilising data can improve the speed and accuracy of communication, providing clarity, brevity and an auditable trail, as well as reducing the margin for human error.
Analogue to digital migration
An alternative to analogue – in terms of both spectrum licensing and equipment requirements – Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) is opening the digital market to commercial users, providing greater spectral efficiency, longer battery life and the exciting possibility of data communication.
A beginner's guide to digital radio procurement
Moving your communications network from analogue to digital can seem like a big step. So how do you arrive at that final decision? Well, by undertaking thorough research and getting the buy-in of key stakeholders, you can ensure your procurement process addresses your users' requirements and carefully considers the relevant options.
Improving recovered signal quality in TETRA systems
This whitepaper considers the factors that modern communication systems must overcome to decode a voice or a data message and the use of triple diversity receiver design, in contrast with dual diversity with equalization techniques, to ensure the reliable recovery of transmitted digital signals.