Teltronic Announces New Brazilian Deployments
Wednesday, May 09, 2018 | Comments

Teltronic, a subsidiary of Hytera Communications, announced two new digital radio deployments in Brazil.

Brazil’s Polícia Rodoviária Federal (PRF) — Federal Highway Police — in Paraná State joined the TETRA digital communications system that Teltronic is deploying nationwide. The network comprises 600 base stations and offers coverage to 12 different states and the federal district.

Paraná State PRF values the higher security provided by the new system because using encrypted technology complicates the interception of the messages among the agents.

The announcement was made at the opening of the new PRF unit at the city of Cascavel in western Paraná. Brazil’s Public Security Minister, Raul Jungmann, said the arrival of digital radio to police communications means “a significant advance in integration, technology and operational capabilities.”

The minister made the first communications through the new system via a radio call to Public Security National Secretary Carlos Alberto dos Santos.

Additionally, the state of Acre, along the border with Peru and Bolivia, also implemented a new digital radio system that enhances its communications, granting access to the Centro Integrado de Operaciones de Seguridad Pública (CIOSP) — Integrated Center for Public Security Operations — and connecting with other regions of the country.

Acre Public Safety delivered the digital radios to police and military police, as well as to the fire department.

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