New features on Hytera UKs website!!

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We’ve launched a Dutch and French version of our website! We know our efforts are appreciated by our valued customers and we are always looking for ways to improve to benefit you. Within the next couple of weeks Hytera will be adding some new features to its UK website. We can’t say much more apart from watch out, Hytera’s planet is expanding continuously!

Hyteras Pseudo Trunking

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You can use Hytera’s pseudo trunking in direct mode (ie without need of a repeater or centralised equipment). Take advantage of both slots DMR TDMA technology gives you. Use pseudo trunk to “pool” both timeslots and make best use of DMR’s resources to have 2 independent calls on the same channel!

New features on Hytera UK website

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We’ve launched a Dutch and French version of our website! We know our efforts are appreciated by our valued dealers and we are always looking for ways to improve to benefit you. Some of you have noticed the small tweaks we are making on Hytera UK website, within the next couple of weeks we will be adding some new features. We can’t say much more apart from watch out, Hytera’s planet is expanding continuously!

DMR Product Engineer Vacancies

Job Description

Due to the rapid growth of the Hytera DMR product portfolio in the UK and Ireland, Hytera Communications (UK) Limited currently have two vacancies for the position of DMR Product Engineer.

Based at our office in Slough, and reporting to the DMR Product Manager, you will be responsible for testing new versions of radio firmware against a defined test matrix, identifying any bugs and confirming any fixes to known issues. This will include testing of beta release software to verify new features prior to release.

You will also be providing product support to the Sales Team and this will require you to gain a high level of knowledge of the features and functions of each product, as well as their limitations. This will include a good understanding of the programming software and how the various settings affect the operation of the radios.

You will also be required to give support to our network of authorised dealers either by telephone or via e-mail as necessary. You would only be required to visit our dealers in exceptional circumstances.

The applicant should have a minimum of an HNC (or equivalent) in an electronics related subject, although knowledge of PMR and / or DMR radio would be an advantage. A background in the PMR radio industry would be preferable, but not essential as full training will be given. Knowledge of RF test equipment and basic RF test procedures would also be preferable, though not essential.

Applicants will need to be able to work with a minimum of supervision and be able to solve problems on their own initiative. You will also need to be able to document your findings to a high standard and produce reports for both a technical and non-technical audience.

A competitive salary is offered based on experience.

Please submit your CV to Carol Ma (HR Manager) carol.ma@hyterauk.co.uk.

PD705LT

Sometimes overlooked in favour of its higher-spec PD7 series cousins, the PD705LT really is an all-round brilliant hire portable. It’s cost-effectiveness is complemented by its IP67 rating and robust casing. Let’s not forget that it has a dedicated emergency button too.Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 15.49.53

X1p enabled the deployment of a new geolocalisation system

The selection of the Hytera X1p enabled the deployment of a new geolocalisation system. In doing so, it removed the need for extra staffing levels.

Indoor location
Deployed around live operations, PMR Products’ SafetyNet Locator is a real-time mapping system which tracks and records the location and movement of radio users in both indoor and outdoor environments, based on a network of beacons.

A module in each X1p handset automatically detects a radio user’s movements via the beacon. The Locator Receiver processes the beacon updates and sends position information over the radio to a centrally located decoder. Bluetooth is used for indoor data transfer, while GPS is automatically activated when outdoors.

– See more at: http://www.landmobile.co.uk/news/a-utilitarian-approach#sthash.w0ZktKkv.Wo4HpCnC.dpuf