TETRA base station

Tuesday, 04 April, 2006 | Supplied by: Motorola Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

Motorola has launched its next-generation TETRA (terrestrial trunked radio) base stations.

Two versions will be available - a small two-carrier station, MTS2, as well as a four-carrier station, MTS4, that can be expanded to eight carriers.

There will be options for indoor and a variety of outdoor installation configurations.

In addition to currently supported UHF frequencies, the base station will also cover frequency bands to address growing TETRA markets in Russia, North Africa and China as well as Europe.

Power consumption is reduced by up to 33% and reduced size and weight will reduce site rental, installation and maintenance.

Drop and insert E1 interfaces enable connections to the switching centre.

Additionally, the use of two lines of connection between the base station and the central switching equipment allows more stations to be added to a network ring, reducing the length of connections between base stations, which provides a redundant connection.

Online: www.motorolasolutions.com.au
Phone: 03 9847 7500
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