ACCF welcomes Tait Communications as its newest member

11 October 2019
The ACCF is pleased to welcome its newest member, Tait Communications.
With 50 years’ experience in radio, Tait is passionate about the future of critical communications. Together with its network of valued partners, Tait supports customers around the world from regional bases that cover the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Tait solutions include P25 (Phase 1 and Phase 2), DMR (Tier 2 and Tier 3), MPT-1327, Analog Conventional, and software to manage and monitor those radio networks. Tait is committed to open standards and is increasingly integrating its solutions with communications innovations such as 3G cellular, 4G LTE and WiFi. Tait is unifying these diverse technologies to deliver stronger, simpler, and smarter critical communications for its customers.

“We’re pleased to see the ACCF broaden it’s focus beyond it’s TETRA foundation to all critical communications technologies, and like Tait, ARCIA and many others in the industry, actively working on integration with future technologies such as 5G and IoT,” says Anthony Blyth, Tait Global Marketing Manager.

Tait is a founding member of the DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) Association, and an active member of the P25 Technology Interest Group, is involved in 3GPP, and supports the Wireless Research Centre, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Tait received official interoperability confirmation through the DMR Association and in 2019 conducted several successful interoperability (IOP) tests with a number of DMR manufacturers for Tier 3 network infrastructure and conformed with the latest DMR Tier 3 standards. Tait has also created an online Radio Academy that uniquely provides a selection of courses for different technologies and levels of knowledge. To learn more about the Radio Academy visit:

“We welcome TAIT an important contributing member of the global mission and business critical community to the Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF/TCCA)”, said Anton Abrahams, chairman of the ACCF

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