Does your organization use an Airbus TETRA system? If so, choose TETRA radios from Airbus and your organization can benefit from a number of money-saving synergies.
You can take advantage of these synergies and make your operations
All this while keeping your capital and operational expenses low.
Use this eBook to check that your radios – or the ones you are thinking to buy – deliver the five features that can save you money.
These are just five of the many synergy features that deliver these benefits:
Your people can get the experience of using a personal radio even when they pick the radio from a common pool, when you choose TETRA radios from Airbus and set up Aliasing in your Airbus TETRA network.
This single feature can bring you savings in 5 ways:
Who would not want radios that bring all these benefits?
Aliasing makes your radio fit your role. See this on video:
How to make a generic TETRA radio fit a specific role precisely?
Easy - with Aliasing that is available in Airbus networks, but only when Airbus TETRA radios are used.
Aliasing gives users the experience of using their own radio even though there is a common pool of radios for everyone.
Thanks to Night Vision, your radio display will adapt to your working at night or in the darkness.
Night Vision has a safety aspect – someone looking at a bright screen will take time to adapt their eyes when they look up. In that time, they could be put in danger or fail to notice some criminal activity.
The Night Vision feature makes the radio better to use at night or in the dark. Watch this video:
Do not lose your "night eyes". Your vision stays sharp thanks to the Night Vision mode.
Your personnel will want to follow more than just one talk group, so they use scanning.
Active Scanning means that the radio tells the system which groups it is scanning. This allows the radio network to set up group calls in the base station that the radio is connected to. Only those users that have selected this group and are scanning the group can be connected to it.
Active Scanning is a better choice than Passive Scanning, and the good news is that radios and networks from Airbus use Active Scanning automatically.
Carrying two separate radios to listen and talk to two groups would be expensive and inconvenient to the user.
The unique 'Where are you?' feature shows an officer’s location as soon as they press the Push to Talk button. Without it, officers would need to try and explain their location in words.
Watch this video:
The "Where are you?" feature provides automatic positioning between radio users during a call.
Unit alert makes a difference when your message is critical.
There are certain messages that just have to get the radio user’s attention – a serious road traffic incident, a crime in progress or someone in danger, all need instant response.
Unit Alert makes sure that an alert does not go unnoticed. The alerted radios will make a loud noise and vibrate - even in their silent profile.
Watch this video:
When a message is critical, Unit Alert wakes up the radio from its silent profile.