• Mission-Critical Comms For Turkish Police Force

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In 2007, the Turkish National Police met with Hytera after purchasing TC3600 radio sets and accessories, and sought further cooperation with Hytera to renew most of their radio sets that needed essential upgrades. Since then, Turkish National Police has kept a close eye on all of Hytera’s newest products.


The Turkish National Police are mission-critical users who have high communication requirements. Firstly, compared with huge and heavy ordinary walkie-talkie, small and covert radios are preferred by front line police officers. Secondly, highly secure communications need to be guaranteed, as once communication data is revealed, it could directly endanger national security. Lastly, GPS positioning is required in order to track front-line officers at all times, to know their status and dispatch staff.

The world's first professional covert DMR portable radio

Hytera recommended the world’s first professional covert DMR portable radio, X1e. Its compact design and wireless headsets fully guarantee that equipment is concealed. In addition, AES encryption algorithm & 256-digit dynamic encryption keys were applied to make sure that communication data can’t be cracked by a third-party.

Hytera also provided its professional smart dispatch system, through which officials in the command centre can keep abreast of position information of personnel and then command and dispatch efficiently and quickly.

A milestone for the Turkish Police

Adnan FÝKÝRLÝ, Chief Superintendent of Department of Anti Smuggling and Organised Crime, said that the production of the Hytera X1e series physical surveillance radio set is a milestone for their department.

Developed as a result of customer feedback, the Hytera X1e series, is extremely popular with the police force themselves. The radios are making a major contribution in the field and physical surveillance teams.

It's not just the products that have been successful. Adnan FÝKÝRLÝ also commented that the level of service has been excellent, with a customer-centric commercial approach. The Turkish National Police have received technical service - maintenance, repair and rapid response, despite the distance and time difference between Turkey and China, making usage of the system all the more efficient.

“We hope that, as the inevitable need of our country, the encrypted digital trunking systems will be established in Turkey with direct contribution of Hytera. Meanwhile, we’d like to inform all that the DMR trunking system deployed in our Bolu province provided successful results in the ongoing tests.”

Adnan FÝKÝRLÝ, Chief Superintendent
Turkish National Police