Existing TETRA and Tetrapol networks are evolving – still powerfully featured and offering valuable, secure and reliable services for mission and business critical use.
In addition, the users of these networks need to use new data applications and smart devices. Broadband solutions are needed.
Hybrid solutions offer a smooth transition towards mission critical broadband. Combining services for PMR and LTE, the hybrid model is flexible in fitting the needs of user organizations and offers optimization through gradual implementation.
It would not make sense to replace an existing well-serving mission critical or business critical network (TETRA or Tetrapol) with an alternative that does not meet all requirements. A better solution is to evolve the current network.
More and more, the users of critical communications also need to use new data applications and smart devices. Broadband solutions are needed in addition to TETRA and Tetrapol.
It would not make sense to replace an existing well-serving mission critical or business critical network with an alternative that does not meet all requirements. A better solution is to evolve the current network.
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The hybrid network is a cost-effective approach for PMR evolution. Users can then continue with TETRA or Tetrapol voice and data and introduce mobile broadband services step-by-step. These services can be based on a dedicated broadband network, commercial services with Secure MVNO, or a combination of the two.
Hybrid network investments add value today, but also offer long-term benefits by forming a bridge between existing narrowband networks and future solutions.
Public safety network operators and owners/operators of critical networks have started on the trusted path to the future.