Equipped with a GPS receiver to automatically show the location of task forces
Motorola has won the terminal tender for delivering 1000 TETRA digital two-way radios from The Federal State of Berlin. A range of services, such as maintenance and training is also included in the order.
According to Motorola, the MTP850 handheld radio device and the CM5000 mobile radio unit have been selected by authorities. Both devices are claimed to ensure safe and reliable voice and data communications in the most difficult environments. They are equipped with a large graphic color display and an integrated WAP browser for secure access to databases. A GPS receiver automatically shows the location of task forces guaranteeing optimum manpower planning.
The CM5000 is equipped with Direct Mode Operation Gateway and repeater functionality and expands the digital radio network’s reach to extend the application in locations with a weak signal, said Motorola.
Charlotta Flodell, project manager for digital radio BOS Berlin, said: Motorola has a long tradition in wireless technology and is one leading provider of TETRA digital two-way radio solutions. We are confident that Motorola’s TETRA terminals will fulfill the requirements of our public safety task forces.