As the digital LMR platform favoured by the public safety sector, P25 delivers a high level of reliability and security, but it can pose challenges to those who are new to the technology. Tait’s P25 Best Practice Guides give radio system operators information needed to make key decisions around P25. The new guide, ‘Managing your P25 System’, focuses on network management.

Tait Principal Consultant Darek Wieczorek has been heavily involved in the guides’ development. “Modern systems deliver greater functionality and reliability, but operators must understand that managing them requires substantial expertise and effort,” Wieczorek explains. “The increased complexity has a significant impact on how these networks need to be managed.”  He cites better planning up-front, interfacing with multiple entities, continuous monitoring and greater involvement in administrative issues, such as tracking assets and user IDs and encryption management as common requirements.

The guides have been developed by Tait following a series of extensive round table discussions with public safety communications professionals in the United States. Some participants were in the early stages of their communications upgrade project, others were experienced managers and consultants. This gave Tait insight into a broad range of problems and solutions.

There are now five best practice guides: First Steps; Specifying, Procuring, Implementing, and Managing, with further guides in planning.

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P25 Best Practice

For more information about Tait’s P25 Best Practice guides visit www.p25bestpractice.com

About Tait Communications

Our clients protect communities, power cities, move citizens, harness resources and save lives all over the world. We work with them to create and support the critical communication solutions they depend on to do their jobs.

Digital wireless communication forms the central nervous system of everything we do. Around this resilient, robust core we design, develop, manufacture, test, deploy, support and manage innovative communication environments for organisations that have to put their total trust in the systems and people they work with.

We've worked hard to develop genuine insight into our clients' worlds, and have pursued engineering, operational and services excellence for more than 40 years. This understanding, and our belief in championing open-standards technology, means we can give our clients the best possible choice and value to achieve the human outcomes they're driven by. We're not simply aligned with our clients, we're devoted to their cause.


For further information, please contact:
Effie Lochrane 
Tait Communications
+64 27 433 6373
effie.lochrane@taitradio.com

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