Goiás Police, Brazil, to use Sepura TETRA

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Wednesday, 03 April, 2019

Goiás Police, Brazil, to use Sepura TETRA

The state of Goiás in Brazil has awarded Sepura with a contract to supply its TETRA radios to the local police forces.

Police will be deploying a fleet of over 2000 Sepura SC21 TETRA hand-portable radios, alongside further radios from the Hytera range.

The SC21 radios will provide the police force with a powerful radio featuring the latest in TETRA technology, presented in a compact form. The SC21 radios provide users with good audio, while they can also benefit from extended RF range and water porting technology for use in extended rain.

“The devices will ensure that the users have the best quality radios to support their operations moving forwards,” said Paulo Ferrao, Deputy General Manager of Hytera Brazil.

Image courtesy of Sepura.

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