"Heart Of The Bay" Chooses Tait Radio Communications System for Value and Flexibility

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Tait Radio Communications announced it has been awarded a contract with the city of Hayward, CA to provide the TaitNet QS2 Conventional Simulcast System.

Tait Radio Communications announced it has been awarded a contract with the city of Hayward, CA to provide the TaitNet QS2 Conventional Simulcast System for use in a multitude of public safety departments and agencies in the county including police, fire and EMS services. Tait's system was chosen for its value and flexibility to meet the city's system requirements. The city of Hayward, also known as the "Heart of the Bay," is located just southeast of San Francisco.

Tait's QS2 system, part of the comprehensive TaitNet radio network range, is ideal for public safety organizations and other mobile staff spread over a wide area by providing the saturation coverage to ensure all staff are instantly available on the same channel and stay connected in the most challenging working environments. The QS2 system also overcomes the biggest drawback of traditional simulcast systems - the costly regular maintenance.

Bill Fredrickson, President of Tait Radio Communications North America, Inc. says the new second generation QS2 system is now even more cost-effective because of its simpler system architecture, which requires fewer hardware modules than the original system. The simpler and more flexible architecture means the system is easier to understand and operate. With the contract in place, Tait expects installation of the system to begin in the first quarter of 2007.

For more information about the cost-effective, dependable TaitNet QS2 Simulcast Network, visit us.taitworld.com.

Tait Radio Communications is a leading international manufacturer and provider of world-class mobile voice and data communications equipment. Tait Radio Communications, a subsidiary of Tait Electronics, Ltd. based in Christchurch, New Zealand, has been a growing presence in the North American radio communications market for more than 20 years.

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