Sepura SCU3 Dual Mode broadband vehicle device
Sepura has launched a dual mode version of its SCU3 broadband vehicle device, increasing the options available to critical communications users. The upgraded model has a built-in TETRA module, enabling users to combine mission-critical voice with data connectivity via LTE networks.
The Class 3 TETRA module in the device supports direct mode in the 380–473 MHz band, suitable for critical communications users in public safety, transport, mining and utilities.
Because of its hybrid capability, the dual mode offers a migration path for users looking to utilise high-speed access to critical operational data to enhance operations. For customers who are not sure on a migration strategy to LTE, the use of a dual mode device offers the opportunity to continue using a proven solution in DMO TETRA, while developing a strategy around broadband data services that require high speed bearers such as LTE.
The dual mode option allows organisations to run hybrid fleets, with vehicles and control rooms using the dual mode device and frontline staff using TETRA hand-portable devices for critical voice communications. Originally launched in 2021, it is an Android device offering 4G cellular services and access to the Android operating system, making it a multi-function converged device.
It offers support for 2G, 3G and 4G voice and supplemental services, such as SMS and voicemail, and can also support high-definition video. It has GCF certification, ensuring its compatibility for use on mobile networks around the world.
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Designed for users in public safety, mission-critical organisations and enterprise applications.