Hytera Releases White Paper on Wireless Satellite Solutions | Business Wire China

2021-11-25 10:55:34 By : Mr. Eason Guan

Hytera releases a white paper on satellite radio solutions (Graphic: Business Wire)

Hytera releases a white paper on satellite radio solutions (Graphic: Business Wire)

SHENZHEN, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hytera and its subsidiary Norsat recently released a white paper to emphasize the global importance of radio over satellite solutions.

Communication challenges faced by the industry

With the rapid changes in communication requirements, it has become imperative to strengthen the connection between the organization, global teams, and field employees. Radio communications play an important role in this regard, especially in public safety, emergency rescue, firefighting, fleet operations, and mining applications. Most radio networks use line-of-sight propagation or have fixed relay stations.

When there is no radio network signal coverage on site, the command center cannot contact on-site personnel. In this case, the use of communication satellites as communication repeaters can provide a long-distance cross-regional transmission path for on-site radio network communication, realize the transmission of voice, data, and images; improve emergency handling, decision-making, command control, emergency linkage, Resource allocation capability; and ensure all-time, all-region, and all-weather communications.

The benefits of radio for satellite communications

Long-range radio networks can be combined with fixed landlines, cellular systems, or push-to-talk (PTT) radios to facilitate encrypted, real-time direct voice and data communications with headquarters, control centers, or operating rooms. With the right system engineering and technology partners, satellite radio solutions are easy to manage and deploy. After installation, remote unattended operation can be carried out, which is the perfect solution for communication in uncertain environments.

Careful design is required to ensure the audio quality, delay, jitter, and bandwidth of satellite digital radio systems. Through careful planning, QOS, SLA, TCP acceleration and bandwidth compression, congestion and management of remote networks can be alleviated. The test also confirmed that there is no significant audio quality degradation when using the radio via the satellite system. Projects involving these applications require thorough planning and design of the network to maximize the use of limited bandwidth and link budgets.

As the world's leading professional mobile radio (PMR) solution provider, Hytera not only provides users with TETRA, DMR, PDT, LTE and other products and solutions, but also combines Norsat's rich experience in satellite communications to provide solutions starting from The full set of services from design to project installation. Hytera makes full use of the advantages of satellite communications to establish a reliable and stable satellite wireless communications network for business and mission-critical users, and supports command and dispatch system services to meet the communications needs of daily operations and emergency response.

For more information about Hytera's satellite communication solutions, please visit: https://pardot.hytera.com/l/860473/2021-08-11/21klhy

Hytera Communications Corporation Limited is the world's leading provider of professional communications technology and solutions. With voice, video and data functions, Hytera provides faster, safer and more versatile connections for business and mission-critical users. Hytera enables customers to achieve greater success in daily operations and emergency response, making the world more efficient and safer.

Norsat International Inc. was acquired by Hytera in 2017. Founded in 1977, Norsat is a leading provider of innovative communication solutions capable of transmitting data, audio and video for remote and challenging applications. Norsat's products and services include customizable satellite components, portable satellite terminals, maritime solutions and satellite networks.

Tao Lingran Lingran.Tao@hytera.com

Hytera and its subsidiary Norsat recently released a white paper emphasizing the importance of radio to satellite solutions.

Tao Lingran Lingran.Tao@hytera.com