Kathmandu airport goes with Teltronic TETRA

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By Jonathan Nally
Friday, 17 January, 2020


Kathmandu airport goes with Teltronic TETRA

Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu has become home to Nepal’s first TETRA network, supplied by Spanish firm Teltronic.

The airport serves more than 30 domestic and international airlines, handling more than seven million passengers in 2018.

Teltronic’s The NEBULA TETRA infrastructure replaces the airport’s analog radio system, providing higher security standards, built-in scalability for expanding the user base, and the ability to integrate with other technology used on the airport.

The Sepura CSC20 radios deployed feature encryption and can be connected to the airport’s Wi-Fi service, enabling integration with existing data and control systems.

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/Thomas Dutour

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