SATRAD provides two-way, push-to-talk radio communications across North America, enabling public safety, first responders and commercial users to extend radio communications across the continent. SATRAD allows one user to talk to multiple users in a talk group, or users can conduct private one to one conversations. The SATRAD service on the LightSquared Skyterra-1 satellite is a cost effective alternative to installing, maintaining, and relocating land-based two-way radio communications systems.
The SATRAD network acts much the same as a radio tower, turning the entire continent into a single cell and transmitting signals to and receiving signals from subscribers on the ground. SATRAD relies on establishing talk groups – sets of users who share a common radio channel. Each SATRAD terminal can support up to 15 talk groups. Users can belong to more than one talk group and each talk group can include as many as 10,000 members. Users also have the ability to dial-in to a talk group from the PSTN telephone service or dial-out from a talk group to the PSTN.
SATRAD systems can be installed in vehicles, provided as portable kits or fix mounted to accommodate a variety of usage scenarios.
Contact Network Innovations today, and we will help you configure a SATRAD solution that is right for you.
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