Indian Metro Line Deploys TETRA Network from Damm
Monday, April 29, 2019 | Comments

Maha Metro Rail in India deployed a Damm Cellular System TETRA solution for its flagship Nagpur Metro Rail project. The solution is provided for a total of 37 stations and two depots, as well as onboard equipment for 23 three-car trains.

Nagpur Metro is a rapid transit system for the city of Nagpur, India, estimated to cost US$1.18 billion. Nagpur Metro Phase 1 comprises north-south and east-west corridors totaling 37 kilometers. The first section, covering a distance of 13.5 kilometers from Khapri to Sitabuldi stations, is operational.

The network’s decentralized architecture ensures that there is no dependency on a central switching equipment for section-wise commissioning and operation of the radio system. Consort Digital, regional partner for Damm Cellular Systems and an established TETRA system integrator, will be responsible for the delivery, project management and execution of the project.

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