Allow easy interoperation with or migration to/from existing systems
Reduce network complexity, easy to apply and very cost-efficient
Based on donor radios why integration to foreign network is not required
Provide radio users with a very comprehensive feature set
Bridging is commonly used for interconnecting two non-compatible networks. These can be networks of different technologies or networks of the same technology but from various providers. Bridging allows users from different networks to communicate with each other or even move back and forth between their home network and the foreign network.
The DAMM TetraFlex® Group Bridge provides total communications flexibility. It enables group calls between TETRA, DMR and/ or analog networks, creating valuable interoperability between many different systems.
Migration from old to new
If replacing an existing PMR network with a new DAMM infrastructure, the DAMM TetraFlex® Group Bridge can be used to offer joint group calls between users from the old and the new network. This will allow migration to the new technology over a longer period of time, in a fully controlled manner. This flexibility is especially important for large networks or if the end-user equipment is installed in vehicles, which can complicate a quick migration.
Group communication between networks
In some cases, various technologies have been deployed to serve end-users, who have different communication needs, and there is no intention to migrate them to a single, unified network. The DAMM TetraFlex®
The DAMM TetraFlex® Group Bridge is based on donor radios, which means that no integration to the foreign network is required.
This is especially useful, when migrating from an old technology, where technical support is not available anymore.
The DAMM bridging solution is fully integrated to DAMM’s IP-based distributed network architecture. This means that gateway nodes and donor radios can be placed anywhere in the network, which makes deployment really simple.
Bridging is commonly used for interconnecting two non-compatible networks - typically networks of different technologies or from various providers, enabling communication between the two networks.
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