Warsaw Airport Selects Hytera Mobilfunk TETRA Network
Wednesday, March 04, 2020 | Comments

Hytera Mobilfunk equipped Warsaw's Chopin Airport, Poland's largest airport, with a new mission-critical TETRA system.

With 20 million passengers a year and around 300 flights a day, Chopin Airport, on the outskirts of Poland's capital Warsaw, is one of the largest centers for passengers and transport goods in Eastern Europe.

Hytera Mobilfunk confirmed the conclusion of contract negotiations for a new TETRA radio system at the important hub. Local partner RadioPartners is involved in the deal.

The system will consist of two TETRA base stations that give Chopin Airport a high capacity of up to 31 radio channels per base station. In combination with a detailed antenna and repeater network, the network will ensure complete coverage of the airport.

The core functions are provided by two redundant TETRA switching nodes with network management system (NMS) and voice recording. A further five dispatcher consoles enable the coordination of more than 1,000 TETRA radios, including portable ATEX radios for operation in explosive zones.

During the initial migration period, the new TETRA system will initially be connected to an EDACS system to allow users to gradually migrate from the old system to the new network.

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