Poland’s largest airport to roll-out new TETRA network


Chopin Airport in Warsaw has announced its plan to deploy a new TETRA radio system, as provided by Hytera.

According to the latter, the ACCESSNET-T IP network will consist of two DIB-R5 base stations, with a capacity of up to 31 channels each. There will also be a “detailed antenna and repeater network,” to ensure coverage across the site.
Core functionality will provided by two redundant TETRA switching nodes, alongside the network management system (NMS) and voice recording. The system will coordinate over 1,000 TETRA devices.
Speaking of the roll-out, Hytera’s sales director for Central and Eastern Europe, Marcin Bialczak said: "Our first-class communication equipment, together with the expertise of our local partner RadioPartners, made this a perfect offer for our customer."

Marco Martinato, VP sales Eastern Europe, said: "Reliable voice and data communication is essential for airports. Our technology is ideally suited for these complex applications and has proven itself many times over.”
Chopin is Poland’s largest airport, handling 20 million passengers a year.

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