CCW 2014: ZTE showcases integrated comms system for mission-critical deployments

ZTE’s Emergency Response Command System integrates multiple means of communication including wireless, wireline, trunking, microwave and satellite

CCW 2014: ZTE showcases integrated comms system for mission-critical deployments

ZTE Corporation showcased its new integrated communication system designed for mission-critical deployments by enterprises and emergency services at Critical Communications World 2014 in Singapore (20-22 May).

The Emergency Response Command System integrates multiple means of communication including wireless, wireline, trunking, microwave and satellite to implement commanding and dispatching, improving the speed and efficiency of emergency responses. The system is described by ZTE as an important part of its suite of solutions for public safety.

ZTE’s Emergency Response Command System utilises softswitch, next-generation networks (NGN) and distributed processing technologies, integrating different means of communication through gateways, including IP phones, 2G, 3G, 4G, trunking (350MHz analogue trunking, 800MHz digital trunking, and GoTa digital trunking), satellite, and microwave, for one-click dispatching.

The system supports outgoing calls (private call, group call, conference call), incoming calls (call waiting, private call), automatic call distribution (ACD), number blocking, called party control and alarm functions.

In line with ZTE’s commitment to offering the highest-performance and most practical emergency dispatch systems, Emergency Response Command System supports wired and wireless dispatching through one interface. For wired terminals and wireless terminals, the system supports a variety of service dispatching, such as group call, forced insertion, and forced release.

Wired and wireless terminals can implement transmission of voice: a wired terminal can call a wireless terminal or group, or a wireless terminal can call a wired terminal or group. In addition, the system provides an interface for the GIS platform.

DMR solutions

ZTE displayed its line up of DMR professional mobile solutions. DMR networking solutions include: single relay DMR station; multi-DMR station with IP networking; simulcast; and full DMR trunking networks.

Equipment includes two DMR repeaters: the ZXTS BS6100 (5W to 30W) and the ZXTS BS6200 (5W to 100W); and a DMR switch – the ZXTS SC6000. It has three hand-portable radio terminals: the non-keypad DH310 and the keypad and small display screen DH320; the DH620G is a full keypad terminal with 1.8-inch colour display screen. It also has the DM520 mobile radio.

GoTa 4G products

zTE’s GoTa 4G portfolio is designed to offer public safety and businesses an enterprise LTE range of products. It offers a range of six base band units of varying size, core network units and 4G terminals including the touchscreen GoTa GH800 – an IP67-rated, push to talk device and the larger touchscreen/keypad GM500 device. Both devices are LTE and WCDMA dual mode and are capable of supporting roaming between private networks and PSTN.

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