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Simplifying advanced communications - for even the harshest working environments


DAMM’s fully IP-based TetraFlex®


Simple to set up, easy to use TetraFlex®


digital radio system is the ideal solution for a wide range of users, from harsh working environments to large-scale mission critical applications. has been designed to provide


robust, scalable, user-friendly and – above all – 100% reliable digital radio commu- nications for a vast range of applications. The system’s Plug’n’Play simplicity, modu- larity and intuitive user interface makes TetraFlex®


distributed architecture and TETRA over IP technology allows easy and effective network planning and integration. In addition, built-in scalability and modular product flexibility secures your invest- ment for the future.


extremely quick to deploy, and minimizes overall cost of ownership.


Future-proof flexibility and scalability There is no limit to the size of the net- work that TetraFlex®


can support. The


Compact, versatile and rugged TetraFlex®


base stations are compact


enough to ensure quick and easy out- door installation, even where space is limited or under harsh environmental conditions.


DAMM solutions and support are available worldwide through an exclusive network of authorized partners


www.damm.dk


Intelligent software for maximum usability The intelligent TetraFlex®


software ena-


bles simple self-configuring site expan- sion, even while in operation. TetraFlex® also comes with a wide range of valuable integrated software, such as network management, dispatcher solution, voice/ data recording and replay facilities, SIP gateway to legacy networks, packet data gateway and open application interface.


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