Tribhuvan International Airport installs TETRA network

Sepura PLC

Monday, 02 December, 2019

Tribhuvan International Airport installs TETRA network

Tribhuvan International Airport has installed what’s said to be Nepal’s first TETRA network in a bid to improve communication, workflow and safety among airport workers and security personnel.

The network — comprising Sepura’s SC20 TETRA radios and Teltronic’s Nebula infrastructure — replaces the airport’s analog radio system and is designed to provide increased security and scalability, according to Sepura.

It also helps ensure workers’ safety by keeping them in constant contact with the control room and allows different work groups to coordinate more effectively, Sepura said.

This could help smooth passenger movement through the airport, create fewer delays and improve the airport’s and airlines’ efficiency, the company added.

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