For Your Privacy
Operators build and operate Public Access Mobile Radio (PAMR) networks for those users who cannot afford to build their own network or do not have the expertise to operate a network. Typical PAMR users include private security, transport and construction companies.
TETRA for Public Access Mobile Radio
TETRA radio network systems serve to allow public access by subscription; these systems are known as Public Access Mobile Radio networks. The users of these systems are usually not the same as the owner and operator of the system.
TETRA radio network systems generally offer a trunked network with facilities for closed user groups, such as group call and push-to-talk, and offer short call set-up times. Users have a free communication channel at their disposal. Signaling is used to identify and separate the individual customer and his organization who share a common radio network, and it provides communications privacy within the network. The typical profile of a Public Access Mobile Radio network user perfectly matches with the possibilities of a TETRA network.