PowerTrunk has supplied TETRA to a metro train project, located in Sydney, Australia.

According to a statement, the scope of the project includes provision of the network infrastructure, as well as handheld devices and specialised on-board radio equipment. The company is also supplying its CeCoTRANS dispatch solution.

The system was provided through MCS Digital of Melbourne, which was recently awarded best use of critical communications in transport at the ICCAs.

Speaking of the roll-out, CEO of PowerTrunk, Jose Martin said: “The TETRA network infrastructure and radio terminals for the project are manufactured by PowerTrunk’s parent companies Teltronic SAU and the UK-based Sepura.

“TETRA was selected for the metro radio network due to its outstanding speech quality, background noise cancellation, and superior data communications capabilities.”

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Author: Philip Mason