Hytera's DMR Systems help you connect to more people, more of the time. Combining our state-of-the-art radios with the latest hardware and applications, our DMR systems are designed to improve coverage, increase capacity and match your current and future professional communication requirements.
Connecting and managing a large number of users with voice and data has never been easier. Whether you are expanding a multi-site enterprise looking to improve connectivity and reliability, or are a major operator requiring increased capacity and control, Hytera offers a modular DMR system that matches your full requirements. Navigate through the various systems and software offerings across both DMR and TETRA technology to learn more about how we could help improve your communications, or speak with one of our Hytera Partners to specify your ideal solution.
What is Digital Trunking?
Trunked Radio systems are two-way radio systems that optimise voice call or data traffic through a limited number of frequencies, maximising the available resource for a large group of users. This is critical to ensure that communication is always instant and available for professional or enterprise level users, for example, within the public safety, manufacturing and transportation industry.
DMR Tier III
DMR Tier III Trunked Radio utilises repeater technology with a dedicated control channel, managed by a server. This allows resources to be brought together, controlling radio traffic for multiple user groups. Unlike other networks, DMR Tier III trunked networks deliver feature-rich, mission-critical communications over large geographic areas making it useful for enterprise level operations.
Hytera's Extended Pseudo Trunking (XPT) system is an expandable mobile radio solution based on proven repeater technology and conventional DMR radios. This system was developed by Hytera to replicate a distributed trunked radio system without a centralised system controller. The XPT Digital Trunking system upgrades the repeaters to manage the available frequencies across multiple slots to maximise the available resource. Available in single or multi-site to increase coverage.