Omnitronics passes Tait certification testing
After rigorous testing, it is now certified Tait TN9400 P25 CSSI Phase 1 and Phase 2, with full support for encryption.
For decades, mission-critical communications have benefited from Omnitronics’ capability to connect and unify radio systems comprising disparate equipment, protocols and communications methods.
“When we say interoperability, we mean interoperability. It’s not just a slogan we use, we put in the hard yards of research, development, engineering and testing to ensure our omniconnect technology does exactly that: Connect All,” said Omnitronics Research and Development Manager Paul Whitfield.
The organisation’s objective is to unify communications through intelligent systems that streamline processes, connect users and maximise productivity of mission-critical operations.
This Tait Technology Partner Program certification joins a long list of interoperability capabilities with further partner accreditations in the pipeline.
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