RADIODATA GmbH in Berlin-Adlershof
Secure voice communication during power outages
Interconnecting ITCS and On-Board Computers
Flexible Radio Network Solutions for Industrial Users
Scalable Digital Radio Networks with DMR Tier III
Analog and Digital In-Building Radio Coverage

RADIODATA and Kapsch CarrierCom have announced a close cooperative partnership promising high-quality, customized, and economical radio solutions for joint customers. The focus is on the implementation and support of radio networks for rail and other public transportation systems, as well as for utilities and authorities requiring complex trunked radio systems with high standards of security. Read more...

RADIODATA GmbH, a leading supplier of digital Private Mobile Radio networks according to the DMR Tier III standard, completed the delivery and installation of a new digital radio system on 1. July 2015. It includes mobile and portable terminals for a blackout-proof voice communication system for Stadtwerke Bielefeld GmbH, located in the State of North Rhine Westphalia in Germany. Read more...

The monitoring and control of electrical supply systems is a key element to restoring service efficiently and effectively during primary power outages. In some countries it is even required by law to provide emergency communications for voice and SCADA. Public communication networks are only available on a limited basis during blackouts and cannot serve as a means for critical communications. RADIODATA integrates remote control technology into a DMR Tier III systems, that meet the needs of utility companies and support the regulatory framework. DIPRA® DMR Tier III systems assure the needed coverage and provide the required Interfaces. Intelligent data modems allow a very efficient use of the air interface of the DMR network.

Simulcast PMR networks are the best choice when frequencies are scarce, coverage requirements are high and mobile user density is low.

Within its product development roadmap RADIODATA has recently launched a new DMR simulcast basestation as a variant of its existing BS2400 type of basestations and as an extension to the product portfolio of its DIPRA® DMR Tier III radio system. An optional second receiver utilizing antenna diversity facilitates the compensation of multi-path propagation. DMR simulcast basestations are as of now available in low and high VHF.

The DIPRA® product portfolio now comprises the SW2400 switch with its web-based Network Management, the BS2400 as standard and simulcast basestation as well as mobile radios and data modems, all for high and low VHF.

RADIODATA recently launched a new member of the SAFIR+ series of 19” PMR radios. The RD530 is the improved successor of the RD510, which is discontinued. Equipped with a 2.8” touch screen, the RD530 provides a comfortable user interface for configuring the device and for monitoring its status.

The RD530 is certified for the 2m frequency band (high VHF) according to the German Public Safety Specification TR-BOS, part B and C. In the near future a version for the 4m frequency band (low VHF) will be available.

Stadtwerke Mainz is a utility company supplying electricity, gas and water for the city of Mainz and parts of its adjacent regions. The existing legacy analog 2-way radio network will be replaced by a DMR Tier III radio system to combine the advantages of PMR with those of a modern digital mobile radio system.

Telent GmbH is the general contractor and systems integrator utilizing the DIPRA® DMR Tier III radio system supplied by RADIODATA. The open cellular architecture of DIPRA® shows an almost unlimited scalability. Keeping the same frequency range means to continue to make use of existing basestation sites, antennas and masts as an important financial benefit. DMR gives identical to slightly improved radio coverage provided that the frequency is the same as with the existing analog radio system.

Improved voice- and data communication quality, which can be maintained for the DIPRA® radio system over the entire radio coverage area, is of significant importance as well as the secure emergency call and flexible group and channel allocations. This is complemented by several levels of priority for voice and data communication.

Duplicating the DIPRA®- Switch in a redundant hot-standby assembly, furnishing the basestation sites with un-interruptible power supplies (UPS), connecting basestations via SHDSL and microwave links, this altogether ensures high reliability and availability of the radio system, especially in case of a blackout of general electricity supply.

It is also the customers intention to use the DMR network for SCADA applications, i.e. for telemetry and telecontrol.

Together with Telent GmbH as the general contractor, RADIODATA supplied two DIPRA® DMR Tier III radio systems for these E.ON utility companies. With more than 70 basestations the networks provide radio coverage for the entire area of the German federal state Schleswig-Holstein und large parts of Hessen. These two are the largest DMR networks in terms of radio coverage deployed in Germany by now.

Click here to download an article in German language about these projects.


From 27.11.2018 to 29.11.2018 we exhibited our products at the PMRExpo at booth D28.

We presented solutions for

  • Voice and data radio systems according to DMR Tier III
  • Telecontrol radio via DMR and TETRA systems for operators of critical infrastructures
  • Digital and analogue BOS object radio solutions

Live demonstrations gave you an insight into the possibilities of DMR technology. Of course, our visitors could also test the solutions themselves and discover the application potential.

We were happy about many exciting discussions this year!

Some impressions...

20181127 Panaorama RADIODATA Stand

 20181127 Frontal RADIODATA Stand

We are looking forward to being there again this year from 26th to 28th November 2019 in Cologne!

Please contact us for further information!


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