Tranz-Tel – services, design, integration. Customized solutions.

Our 30 years of presence on the market translates into the extensive experience of our company’s employees – installers, technicians and engineers. Our own R&D department has been successfully implementing proprietary solutions and systems for years (find more in OUR SOLUTIONS tab), and the continuous development of supplied devices and technologies together with the experience gained by our crew through participation in investments in the country and abroad allow us to freely use the following technologies as an integrator:

DMR

(Digital Mobile Radio) – an open digital radio communication standard developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) using TDMA time division multiple access.

NXDN

an open standard for land-based, two-way radio communication using FSK modulation and supporting encryption of voice and data transmissions.

TETRA

(TErrestrial Trunked Radio (formerly TransEuropean Trunked Radio)) – created by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), an open standard for digital radiotelephony dispatcher (trunking) communications, created especially for public safety and rescue services.

GSM

(Global System for Mobile Communications) – the most popular mobile telephony standard offering services related to the transmission of voice, data (e.g. Internet access) and text or multimedia messages.

WiFi

a set of standards created for the construction of wireless computer networks also designed for building local area networks (LAN) based on radio communication, i.e. WLAN.

Dect

(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephony) – a system of digital wireless communication over short distances developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), according to the assumptions adapted to both speech, data and short message transmission.

LFC

radio communication systems based on Leaky Feeder Cable for underground mining, tunnels and other facilities with limited propagation of radio waves.

RFID

(Radio-Frequency Identification) – radio frequency identification systems using active or passive radio identifiers.

DAS

(Distributed Antenna System) – a distributed antenna system is a network of spatially separated antenna nodes connected to a common source via a transmission medium, which provides a wireless service within a geographical area or structure.

LoRa

(Long Range) – low-power long range wireless communication protocol (LPWAN), designed for communication applications between Internet of Things (IoT / M2M) devices.

VoIP

(Voice over Internet Protocol) – technology enabling the transmission of speech sounds via Internet links or separate networks using the IP protocol.

MODBUS, MODBUS TCP

an open communication protocol used for communication with programmable controllers. It enables network management of such devices as e.g. temperature and humidity control system.

ISM

(Industrial, Scientific, Medical) – an open, unlicensed radio band, whose range is used by wireless data systems, such as WiFi and Bluetooth.

PRM, dPRM

(Private Mobile Radio) – frequency band around 446 MHz (hence also known as PMR 446) – licence exempt service in the UHF radio frequency band available for business and personal use in most countries throughout the European Union. Also radio systems using analogue or digital communication (dPRM).

LTE

(Long Term Evolution) – a standard for wireless data transmission increasing the capabilities of mobile telephony by increasing the speed of data transmission, reducing delays, reducing data transmission costs, and simplifying architecture.

5G

fifth generation mobile technology – the cellular network standard that is the successor to the 4G standard.

loT

(Internet of Things) – a concept according to which uniquely identifiable objects can directly or indirectly collect, process or exchange data via an intelligent KNX electrical installation, computer network and wireless technologies.

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