Motorola to update Polish army TETRA
Motorola Solutions will extend and redesign the encrypted digital radio system for the IT Resources Center of the Polish Armed Forces.
Under the contract, the redesigned Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system will provide the army with critical communications in military compounds, navy units, air bases and land forces throughout Poland. It will be the third largest in the country.
The deployed system will include dozens of base stations connected to a geo-redundant Mobile Switching Office (MSO), thousands of digital radio devices (mobile, portable and ATEX certified), dispatcher positions, training and a five-year warranty.
“The Polish Armed Forces have been a long-time customer of Motorola Solutions in Poland, and we are thrilled by this new opportunity to be working together on another strategic project,” said Michael Kaae, Vice President Sales, Nordics, Eastern Europe and Russia at Motorola Solutions.
“Building on our decades of experience in deploying nationwide, mission-critical communications systems across Europe and globally, we trust this newly designed system will support the military’s communication needs in keeping the peace and safety of Polish citizens.”
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