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communication builder deviceAirbus Defence & Space has introduced the world’s smallest fully-featured TETRA radio to the UK market this year at B-APCO.

The TH1n is the thinnest and most lightweight handset available today, and is part of a significant investment by Airbus in the UK public safety communications market both in terms of current technology and the provision and development of mission critical communications for the future.

The TH1n handset, which won the title of ‘Best Tetra Enterprise Product’ at last year’s International Tetra Awards, has undergone the necessary formal evaluation process with the CESG, the government’s national technical authority for information assurance, for certification in the UK, and Airbus and the CESG have worked closely on the software evaluation to ensure the radio achieves accreditation. This certification is imminent, explains Elizabeth Baker, the lead for ESMCP for Airbus, which means the TH1n will become available to users in the UK within the quarter.

The handset has also undergone conformance tests with Airwave to ensure its suitability to operate on the Airwave national TETRA network, and Airbus has invested in extensive user trials.

The TH1n’s impressive attributes go beyond just its small size, however. ‘Along with all the features users expect from a Walkie Talkie, the TH1n comes with a number of extras,’ says Elizabeth. ‘These include the unique “Where are you?” feature, an automatic capability that gives users visibility of other members of their talkgroup by providing details on how far away and in which direction their closest colleagues are. This information is displayed on screen without consuming any traffic units.’

Another useful feature is the Man Down capability that sends an alert to the control room if an officer is out of action for any reason and the handset has been left on its side for a certain period of time.

Finally, the TH1n incorporates some mobile phone features, such as the ability to set it to silent or vibrate mode. ‘Coupled with the small size of the radio, which fits easily into a jacket pocket of handbag, this is ideal for anyone doing discreet work as it allows them to monitor the activity in their talkgroup in an unobtrusive manner,’ says Elizabeth.

The TH1n will be available through the multi-agency National Airwave Framework Agreement, which is open for use by public sector bodies using the Airwave service via the Bluelight portal.

‘Bringing the TH1n handset to the UK is part of our programme of investment in this market,’ adds Elizabeth. ‘Airbus is committed not only to helping customers move to the future of mission critical communications through LTE but also enabling them to get the best out of the networks available today, and we believe that this is what the TH1n does.’

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Commissioners OK new radios for domestic relations personnel

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Deputy sheriffs working for the Domestic Relations Office will be able to perform their jobs better as the result of the Schuylkill County Commissioners approving on Wednesday the purchase of improved radio equipment.
The purchase of the Motorola portable radio equipment will help Deputy Sheriffs/Investigators James Hayes and Robert W. Phillips communicate with the office and will not be paid for with county money, Executive Director Lynn Bucklar said.
“There would be no cost at all to the county,” Bucklar told the commissioners just before they authorized the $18,133 purchase of the equipment from Green’s Communication, Pottsville.
Bucklar said the office will use grant money from its incentives program to buy the equipment, which will be compatible with the new Schuylkill County Communications Center system and also should improve the deputies’ safety.
“That’s to bring them in compliance with the new system that’s coming,” county Administrator Mark J. Scarbinsky said. “They’re getting it through the grant program.”
Scarbinsky said the new system should be fully tested and ready before the end of 2014.
In other business, the commissioners:
– Approved an amended to the contract with Barletta Materials, Hazleton, to decrease the cost of repairs to County Bridge 120 to $392,605.55, representing a savings of $24,720.80. Scarbinsky said the bridge is on Black Creek Road between Barry and Butler townships. The money saved will be available for other projects in the liquid fuels program, according to county engineer Lisa Mahall.
– Appointed two new employees for Rest Haven, the county nursing home. Patricia Howerter, Mount Carmel, will be a per diem licensed practical nurse to be paid at a rate of $18 per hour. Shane McCoog, Mahanoy City, will be a part-time storeroom clerk to be paid at a rate of $9 per hour.
– Announced that next week’s meeting will be held at 10 a.m. April 23 at the Mahanoy Area High School Auditorium, Mahanoy City.

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