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TETRA – COUPLING NETWORKS


We set standards for over 65 years so you can always be one step ahead.


Around the world, the need for communication between different security services such as the fi re brigade, police and emergency services, is increasing. In many countries, TETRA radio services in the 450 MHz band are currently underway.


In addition to the well-known connectors and jumper cables SPINNER offers a wide range of diplexers, fi lters and splitters for TETRA antenna systems. All components are suitable for inner and outdoor installation.


SPINNER products are designed to be used under the toughest environmental conditions and have underwent the strictest vibration, impermeability and weather endur- ance tests. In this way, we are able to guarantee our cus- tomers a smooth functioning of our products for decades.


SPINNER is a global leader in de- veloping and manufacturing state- of-the-art RF components. Since 1946, the industries leading com- panies have trusted SPINNER to provide them with innovative products and outstanding custo- mised solutions.


Headquartered in Munich, and with production facilities in Ger- many, Hungary, USA, China and Brazil the SPINNER Group now has over 1,300 employees world- wide.


Our subsidiaries and repre- sentatives are present in over 40 countries and provide our customers with an international network of support.


SPINNER Middle East FZE


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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Tel.: +971 4 880 7343 Fax: +971 4 880 7353


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