RadioNET NEXEDGE® Trunked Radio Communications Network in Lithuania
Based on the latest NEXEDGE® NXDN ™ Digital Multi-Site Infrastructure and NexeDrive® Data Services Application, RadioNET has been developed as a multifunctional network for critical voice and data communications.
Critical Network History
At the beginning of 2012, Dekbera started to implement the NEXEDGE® Gen 1 digital stem radio communication network in Lithuania for the Public Institution Emergency Medical Service Stations (referred to as the VGMPS). In three years, 75 base stations were installed in four stages, which ensured reliable operation of critical radio communication in Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Alytus, Telšiai and Tauragė districts, as well as in parts of Utena and Marijampolė districts. This is how the largest in the world NEXEDGE® technology radio network was created.
Between 2015 and 2018, 15 new base stations were deployed, moving to the NEXEDGE® Gen 2 digital stem radio network, which has increased the number of transmissions and incoming data several times. A back-up automatic network switch was installed to ensure greater RadioNET network reliability.
Short data transmission
The critical system processes over 10 million of GPS Records, 5 million of short messages, 200 000 of incidents text messages and thousands of voice calls every month.
Open NXDN Digital Radio Communication Protocol, NEXEDGE® Gen 2 Network, 90 Base Stations, Network Control Switch with automatic backup, High Speed GPS Data over Control CH and Traffic TH channels, mobile base station connection via a satellite INMARSAT connection
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