PowerTrunk Inc. is the subsidiary of Teltronic® S.A.U. responsible for business development, distribution and customer support for Teltronic land mobile radio projects in North America. The company is headquartered in Jersey City.
Backed by over 40 years of experience in the design, manufacturing, and implementation of digital and analog land mobile radio (LMR) projects worldwide on a turnkey basis, PowerTrunk presents a broad portfolio of critical communication solutions for the transportation, public safety, utilities, and industrial sectors based on TETRA, P25, and LTE technologies. With more than 300 network references in 50 countries, PowerTrunk is dedicated to providing complete radio network infrastructures, control centers, and end-user equipment, including specialized onboard systems. The company’s flexibility, technical independence, and willingness to customize allow PowerTrunk to truly put the customer first to fulfill the most demanding communications system requirements.
TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) is the accepted digital radio standard for critical communications. TETRA is an open standard where the focus is on meeting the critical communications needs of public safety and security agencies and an increasingly wide range of other market sectors. The technology has been standardized by ETSI (The European Telecommunications Standards Institute).
A fully integrated TETRA + LTE infrastructure designed specifically for LMR users built especially for Critical Networks, the network that will be there when it really matters.
Our flexible digital radio systems are able to grow with your requirements - from a small number of radios on a single site to nationwide networks with thousands of users. Fully ETSI-compliant, flexible and cost-effective, our DMR systems provide a smooth and gradual migration path from existing analog radio systems.
The APCO Project 25 (P25) standard enables interoperability among the P25 products of multiple manufacturers, defining standard basic and optional advanced features. The P25 Common Air Interface (CAI) defines radio operation over the air to provide the basis of interoperability.