Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) - Articles and news items
This whitepaper from Sepura explains why TETRA’s highly resilient, functionality-rich, mission-critical voice and data networks are the best choice for transport operators, now and in the future…
In this webinar: transportation organisations’ communication requirements, utilising TETRA and LTE systems to improve operations and developing an integrated solution to cover voice and critical data…
Whitepapers • 1 March 2016 • Motorola Solutions
In this free-to-view case study from Motorola Solutions, discover how you can increase public transport usage by committing to an improved service quality…
Issue 1 2016 • 25 February 2016 • Eurotransport
Public transport companies around the world increasingly rely on secure, protected and highly available communication solutions. This market offers huge potential, and is steadily evolving as communications technology advances. TETRA voice and data communications play a major role in safeguarding public transport networks, and operators who deploy TETRA benefit from its many advantages…
Issue 1 2015 • 12 March 2015 • Phil Kidner, CEO, TETRA + Critical Communications Association
TETRA is the most successful critical communications standard in the world, and continues to advance from strength-to-strength. Phil Kidner, CEO of the TCCA (TETRA + Critical Communications Association), looks at the technology’s continued impact on the transport industry. The transportation market is the second largest market for TETRA after public safety – and it continues to grow. According to IHS, the European TETRA transport market is set to grow by 9% over the next five years – with the global market hitting double digit growth with a 12% predicted increase…
Securing intermodal public transport communications with TETRA (Robin Davis, Chairman of the TETRA + Critical Communications Association (TCCA) Transportation Group)
STIB/MIVB plans further rollout of TETRA-network (Frédéric Jans-Cooremans, Spectrum and Radio Project Manager, STIB/MIVB and Philippe Soyez, Programme Manager Digital Radio, STIB/MIVB)
Show preview: Critical Communications World 2013
TETRA – meeting the current and future needs of public transport around the world (Robin Davis, Chairman of the TETRA + Critical Communications Transportation Group)
Brussels metro communicates via TETRA (Marc Van den Eede, Administrative Manager of Telecommunication Tender Specifications and Frédéric Jans-Cooremans, Head of Traffic Telecom Department, STIB/MIVB)
Show Preview (TETRA World Congress 2012)
TETRA – trusted by public transport (Phil Kidner, CEO, TETRA Association)
Developments in the TETRA statndard for advanced data (David Chater-Lea, Chairman ETSI TC TETRA WG4)
Issue 5 2010 • 28 October 2010 • James Abbott, Technical Editor
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) is a digital trunked mobile radio standard developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). The purpose of the TETRA standard was to meet the needs of traditional Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) user organisations such as the military, those responsible for public safety at, for example, large sports events, and commercial and industrial organisations. The public transport sector is one such user.
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) is the most successful digital trunking standard for professional users. Users of Private Mobile Radio (PMR) and Public Access Mobile Radio (PAMR) technology include police, ambulance and fire services, security services, utilities, military, public access, transport services, airports, factory site services, mining and the like. These user groups have special needs for mission or business critical communication solutions.
ETSI is an independent, non-profit organisation whose mission is to produce telecommunications standards for today and the future.This article looks at ETSI’s work and interviews Marcello Pagnozzi, ETSI Technical Officer for TETRA, to find out more about ETSI’s work in developingTETRA standards.
Based in Sophia Antipolis, France, ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, has official recognition for the standardisation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) within Europe.