Motorola and Radio IP Software have entered into a joint agreement to deliver next-generation communication capabilities to TETRA (TErrestrial Trunked RAdio) users worldwide.
As a result of the agreement, TETRA users will be able to add more data applications onto the Motorola’s Dimetra IP TETRA network system and allow them to have multiple bearers unified into a single IP experience.
Radio IP’s MTG software will allow users to combine HSDPA, Wi-Fi, WiMAX and other wireless networks into their existing Dimetra network and terminals, without losing a connection.
For example, Motorola MTC100 TETRA PDA users will benefit from the multibearer software because it allows them to transmit data application via available networks supported by the device. Applications can be classified according to their priorities and so mission-critical data applications will always transmit over the TETRA network, whereas applications with less severe security and resilience requirements can use any other commercial Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network via the embedded functionality within the Motorola device.
Similarly, a Motorola MW810 mobile workstation connected to a Motorola MTM800 TETRA control head allows the transmission of mission-critical data over the TETRA networks simultaneous with broadband access over such cellular technologies as HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE and GPRS.