CCW 2016: Polish police start using Rohill TETRA network

Szczecin and Krakow become the first two Polish cities to migrate from the existing TETRA network to Rohill’s TetraNode solution

CCW 2016: Polish police start using Rohill TETRA network

Dutch TETRA radio infrastructure specialist Rohill and partners Maxto and IP-Connect have successfully migrated the TETRA network of the Polish cities of Szczecin and Krakow from the existing Motorola Dimetra system to Rohill’s TetraNode product. These are the first two cities to be migrated in the country.

The migration of the two live-systems was completed without significant issues or observations. All policemen kept using their TETRA radios during the migration and no reprogramming was required. 

The Polish police TETRA network was based on Motorola Dimetra IP 3.8. This system has been replaced by the more up to date TetraNode technology, which is a full soft switching and IP based solution from Rohill, enabling (future) smooth integration with-LTE networks if required.

Antoine Stokkink, consultant at Rohill, commented: "We delivered a seamless migration from the old system to our Rohill TetraNode system. The IP-based solution will give the Polish police a state-of-art network for mission critical communication."


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