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06 November 2019
Teltronic brought to Critical Communications World (CCW) the new generation of eNEBULA infrastructure, a solution the company lauds for its robustness and reliability in hundreds of deployments all over the world.
Its specific features cover public safety, transport of passengers and other professional sectors.
The firm says it continues developing and evolving its TETRA system to adapt it to the new needs and demands of critical communications users.
In order to do so, eNEBULA incorporates LTE broadband capabilities fully integrated with TETRA.
This integration is carried out at all levels: infrastructure hardware and the network management system, control centre solution for both radio accesses and the terminals, due to the use of dual TETRA+LTE devices.
As a result, through a single solution that preserves the investments made by TETRA users, Teltronic reckons “it is possible to evolve towards new broadband services” with features tailored to mission-critical users’ needs.
During CCW, Teltronic has also presented the MCBS, a new outdoor base station with what it claims are multi-carrier capabilities.
These benefits, it says, will mean a significant reduction in costs, in key aspects such as the optimisation in the design of networks, energy savings, or in the simplification of installation and maintenance tasks.