Traditional radio trunking systems use a digital control channel to allocate users a free communications channel when they wish to talk. It lets the other users in the ‘group’ know which channel they (the radios) are using.
This system is more efficient than conventional two-way radio communication, and allows more groups of users to share a limited set of frequencies.
Psuedo Trunking is a system only available from Hytera. It allows two separate conversations to take place at the same time on the same channel. For example a council could have their refuge department and also their park ranger department talking to members of their respective departments at the same time, and not be aware of the ‘other’ department using the channel.
Yesway Digital Communications can provide the Hytera DMR Psuedo Trunked system for your organisation.
Call: (01522) 740818
Birmingham and the West Midlands M5 corridor is set to gain even better wide area two way radio coverage, due to new radio communications repeaters being installed very soon.
The system which already covers Birmingham, will be further improved to cover much of the west midlands and M5.
We are excited to be able to offer this benefit to our customers, who demand wide area communications for a low fixed monthly fee.
Contact us for more information.
Handheld mobile radios are great for cheap reliable communications, however communication range can be an issue for some events that take place over multiple sites in Lincolnshire for instance.
Yesway of Lincolnshire can provide trunked repeater based solutions for your event which will out perform conventional two way radio systems.
An event split between a site in Lincoln & another site in London for example could reliably communicate using handheld walkie talkies, via our national trunked repeater network.
Get in touch, and we will be happy to help in any way we can.
Trunked radio repeaters offer the user wide area communications for their business as well as an effiecient use of the radio spectrum.
Trunked radio repeaters use digital signalling to allocate a free frequency channel to the radio wishing to transmit. This allows for many users to share a trunked repeater.
We offer repeaters that cover most of the Uk, and trunked repeaters are great for security firms, taxi firms and farmers.