Categories: Trunked

Hytera Psuedo Trunking

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

 

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