Angola TETRA delivered by Hytera

By Critical Comms Staff
Wednesday, 12 July, 2017

Hytera to deliver nationwide tetra lte convergence solution to angola

Hytera has received a contract to supply a nationwide TETRA system to Angola.

The mission-critical communications system, to be used by police, firefighters and customs, will modernise public security and safety.

The project includes TETRA infrastructure, LTE-TETRA multimode advanced radios and TETRA radios, and convergent dispatching systems. The contract value is around US$31 million.

Officially launched at Critical Communications World 2017 in Hong Kong in May 2017, the LTE-PMR convergence solution comprises cutting-edge multimode advanced radio terminals, narrowband-broadband infrastructure and management software. It incorporates feature-rich broadband technologies while ensuring that critically important voice services remain reliably accessible using narrowband technologies such as TETRA, DMR and PDT.

Image courtesy of Hytera

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