Mexican State Selects Teltronic TETRA Public-Safety Network
Thursday, May 25, 2017 | Comments

Teltronic, part of Sepura Group, was awarded a contract for a first-responder TETRA network for the Mexican state of Mexico through a major local system integrator.

The contract was obtained through its Mexico-based branch Teltronic Mexico. This contract follows the successful deployment of a similar TETRA network in the state of Guanajuato in 2014. The Guanajuato network is being expanded through a separate contract.

The scope of supply for the TETRA network comprises two redundant control nodes; 40 base stations; 2,000 mobile radios; 3,200 portable radios; 65 radio dispatchers; and a digital voice recording system. The system will enhance public-safety and emergency services across the State of Mexico, the most populous in the country with more than 16 million inhabitants in a territory of 22,351 square kilometers.

"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.

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