Bordeaux Upgrades TETRA Network
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 | Comments

Airbus and its partner Telpass began upgrading the TETRA secure radio network of the metropolitan area in Bordeaux, France. By upgrading to Airbus’ switches, Bordeaux is adding an additional security level to its network, which will now have a georedundancy system.

The network’s improvement will also optimize maintenance costs. The network, which routes about 5 million messages per day, consists of 15 base stations.

Metropolitan Bordeaux has used TETRA for more than 10 years. The network is connected to applications primarily involving the exchange of data. These applications are essential for the operation of the metropolitan area’s network. Among other things, they update the displays of available spaces in car parks or support the performance of the transport system, which serves 28 municipalities.

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