Teltronic to deliver TETRA for Mexican state


The company recently was awarded a large public safety TETRA network contract for the Mexican state of Mexico, through a major local system integrator. The contract was obtained through its Mexico-based branch Teltronic Mexico. Teltronic will delver a 40 base station TETRA network with two redundant control nodes, 5200 TETRA radios incuded with 65 radio dispatchers and digital voice recording.

"We are delighted to be part of this initiative that will boost first responder capabilities in this densely populated Mexican state," said Jose Martin, Sepura Group regional sales director for the Americas.

Source: Radioresource

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