Delhi Police to design high-frequency radio system
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Delhi Police is set to design, install and supply the ‘Open Standard Digital Trunking Radio System’ (OS-DTRS) and will phase out the current tetranet wireless network services.
About Rs 100 crore will be spent on this project, for which tenders were issued on 2 December.
About OS-DTRS System
It will be a more efficient internal communication system, aimed at a faster exchange of information and bigger networks.
This system provides multiple channels and common groups for policemen.
It will also have a voice logger system, which can be used to describe a crime scene, interrogation details and evidence.
The project’s master site will be at the Delhi Police Head Quarters.
Police are looking for private companies to run the system on 800 MHz frequency band and microwave links.
The master site will have OS-DTRS control and switching equipment, a network management system, 90 IP-based logger systems and a large LED display.
Around 15,000 concurrent radio sets will be made first and later expanded to 30,000 over time.
This system will run for at least 10 years and will fix network problems faced by police personnel.
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