Full IOP based on ETSI TETRA standards
DAMM follows the IOP process developed by the DMR Association
Stay vendor independent to reduce costs
Communication across TETRA, DMR and Analog utilizing LTE or WiFi
To support our state-of-the-art DAMM TetraFlex® systems, DAMM cooperates with leading providers of radios in order to ensure the right combination of systems and hardware for each client. We are keen to help you with your critical communication solution. Please contact us to learn how we can meet your needs
DAMM works with leading providers of TETRA radio terminals. As an independent TETRA infrastructure provider, DAMM has developed TetraFlex for full interoperability (IOP) with all TETRA terminals, allowing you to freely choose and combine any of your favourite terminal brands. In this way you are freed from bundled package deals. The TCCA-defined IOP certification testing process is carried out in a multi-vendor environment and tests the interaction between products from different manufacturers.
Read more about TETRA Interoperability Certificates on the TCCA website
DAMM Cellular Systems have a well-established partnership with Tait Communications, a leading global provider of critical communications products and solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, Tait will supply high-quality DMR radio terminals that can be deployed with the DAMM systems. The agreement complements DAMM’s position as a full-solution provider within critical radio and broadband communication and this strategic alliance extends the global market reach for both parties.
Welcome to a world of professional radio communication. DAMM Systems have been specifically designed to adapt or grow with you, without incurring major additional infrastructure costs.
DAMM TetraFlex PTT is a low-cost alternative to expensive terminals. Extend coverage with Wi-Fi/LTE and perform PTT group calls, individual simplex and duplex calls, SDS text messaging and live video…
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