What is trunking? What about Hytera’s Pseudotrunk? How does this help my business?

Basically, a trunked radio system enables radio channels to be pooled and shared by multiple user groups.  For instance, you may have 4 different groups that need to access a system.  Trunking gives those groups the ability to share channels but still be separate in operations; they won’t hear each other’s transmissions as they are separate groups. In both analog and digital, this process generally is managed by infrastructure.  Hytera’s patented pseudotrunking provides the same benefit (multiple groups using shared channels) as trunking but the intelligence to make this happen is actually located in the radios themselves, providing a significant savings for many environments.

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