Tetra Applications

Tetra Applications

Reliable TETRA Dispatching System and Voice Recording

So, what is TETRA? Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) is a professional mobile radio and two-way transceiver specification that has been designed for use by a range of organisations –government agencies, emergency services, (police forces, fire departments, ambulance) transport services and the military.

Besides enabling voice radio and data one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many communications, TETRA is scalable in terms of the additional software you are able to add and applications can deploy via the TETRA system. Examples of the computer based applications include: dispatchers, voice recorders, and AVL/APLS (Automatic Vehicle location/Automatic People Location Systems).

Main Benefits



Security

  • Alarm control
  • Geo-Fencing features
  • Incidents
  • TETRA coded encryption
  • Monitoring and control functions

Flexible

  • Group number assignment
  • Short Data Service (SDS)
  • Call control
  • Easy to use
  • Flexible configuration

Statistics

  • Reporting/logs
  • Status
  • Location
  • Call records
  • Registrations

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TCAD

TCAD

Tetra Computer Aided Dispatcher

The TETRA Computer Aided Dispatcher application is used as a logistics and operational centre to control and manage radio subscribers, monitor events and other control functions.

TPC

TPC

TETRA Playback Client

With Tetra Playback client system the recordings on TVR can be securely played back by the TPC.

AVL/APLS

AVL/APLS

Automatic Vehicle Location/ Automatic People Location System

The AVL/APLS provides a dedicated map application for logistics and operational centres to control and manage radio subscribers, groups and alarm centres for monitoring, alarm and control functions with map functionality.

TVR

TVR

TETRA Voice Recorder

is a professional voice recording solution for the TETRA mobile radio system. The TVR records several calls simultaneously in the mobile radio system in order to log them and permanently retain them for subsequent analysis. In addition, all short messages can be permanently saved in the system.