Did you know?

  • Bringing together all organisations and agencies who have public safety roles into a shared radio communications system will make the work of the emergency services more efficient.
  • Nødnett is discrete and separate from any public access systems.
  • The primary users of the emergency network are the three emergency services, fire, police and health.
  • TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) has been standardised in Europe by ETSI (The European Telecommunications Standards Institute).
  • With Nødnett the different agencies exchange information between them, for example, on the way to and from the scene of an incident.
  • All the members of a speech group/talkgroup in Nødnett can listen to the traffic in that group. An individual may belong to more than one speech group.
  • TETRA is an open standard where the focus is on meeting the critical needs for communication within the areas of 'public safety and security'.
  • All Nødnett radios have safety and security alarm facilities that cut through lower priority traffic and put the user in direct contact with his, or her, operations centre.
  • TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) is a mobile radio system for emergency and public safety agencies.
  • TETRA is specially developed for emergency communication, and is used in severel countires in Europe.
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