PowerTrunk, Inc. announces that it is providing an expansion to the existing Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) TETRA network in order to accommodate coverage for the new Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (ECLRT) project.
Jersey City, NJ – September 28, 2021
The Eglinton LRT project is a light rail transit line of approximately 12 miles in length, including 6 miles underground, owned by Metrolinx and operated by TTC. The new line will include 25 stops and stations linking to bus routes, three subway stations, and various GO Transit lines.
PowerTrunk is supplying 4 additional TETRA site base stations for the TTC network expansion. Two of the base stations will be implemented for underground radio coverage for new line, and the other two for enhancing the existing outdoor coverage of the TTC system in the Toronto area.
The ECLRT project will also include around 300 TETRA radios, including on-board train radios, handheld subscriber units, and mobile radio terminals.
“We are delighted to continue serving TTC for all its TETRA network expansions, this time relating to the new Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit project”, said PowerTrunk CEO Jose Martin.
PowerTrunk Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of Teltronic S.A.U. and Sepura Ltd., responsible for business development, distribution, and customer support for land mobile radio (LMR) projects in North America. PowerTrunk is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey. With over 40 years’ experience designing, manufacturing, implementing, and supporting digital and analog land mobile radio turnkey projects, the group has more than 350 systems installed in more than 50 countries. Its LMR solutions are widely deployed in the public safety, oil and gas, transportation, and utilities sectors. LMR equipment includes conventional and trunked infrastructure systems, mobiles, hand portables, and dispatching consoles for TETRA, P25, and LTE technologies.
PowerTrunk, Keith Ammons, 1-201-630-4520, email@example.com