A Trunked Radio Sytem is a two-way radio system that allows sharing of relatively few radio frequency channels among a large group of users
Power-Up automated Mobile Registration / System Log On.
Power-Down automated mobile deregistration / System Log Off.
Simplified User Operation using one-button calling. Typically LRTR uses three buttons – Power On/Off, Emergency Call and a pre-set Macro button for calling HQ.
Reduced User Training... No need to understand the technology, Ionosphere, Propagation, etc.
Simplifies Analogue to Digital Migration... The LRTR system automatically configure itself for analogue or secure / digital communications.
Simultaneous / Automated Calls... Using Automatic Link Establishment techniques, LRTR seamlessly assigns the User and HQ to the most optimal base.
User Awareness... LRTR provides the User with various messages for situation awareness. Messages include ‘System Busy’, ‘Call Dropped for Emergency Call’ and other such informative information.
Priority Emergency Calling with Location Information... Emergency calls have the highest priority. LRTR will ‘drop’ a standard call to connect an emergency call if all bases are in use. All Emergency Calls are accompanied with a GPS location information.
Elimination of self-interference... LRTR will not allocate the same voice frequency when establishing a call.
Automated GPS Background Position by using a different set of channels for GPS and Data.
Calls To Registered Mobiles... Calls from HQ will only be permitted if the user is active and registered to the network. Should HQ attempt to call an unregistered mobile, the operator will immediately received a ‘Call Declined’ message.
Hardened Resilience... A failure at a LRTR base will not impact system performance.
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