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What is Tetra? August 24, 2006

Posted by healthyself in 16 Hz, 17.6 Hz, 8W/kg, Blogroll, Cars, Cell phone industry, Cell phone safety, Definitions, earphones, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosmog, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Epidemiologists, Government's role, Hand Portables, Health related, High Frequencies, Immune system, Legal Issues, Lifestyle, Long Term Health Risks, Medical Research, Men's Health, Metal Roofs, MHz, Microwave exposure, mobile telephones, Noise, Police Officers, Public Policy, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Research, Risk of Disease, Safe Levels, Safety, SAR, Shieding, Spine, Stress, Toxin, transmission, University, Waves, Who is Affected?, Workplace.

What is TETRA

…”Terrestrial Trunked Radio; a European developed digital private mobile radio technology that is now being extensively deployed worldwide.”


“…a set of standards developed by the European Telecommunications Standardisation Institute (ETSI) that describes a common mobile radio communications infrastructure throughout Europe. This infrastructure is targeted primarily at the mobile radio needs of public safety groups (such as police and fire departments), utility companies, and other enterprises that provide voice and data communications services”. www.atdi.com/glossary_b.htm

a TDMA system, an open digital trunked radio standard, defined by (ETSI) to meet the needs of the most demanding professional mobile radio users; a specialist Professional Mobile Radio and walkie talkie standard used by police, ambulance and military. …



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