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TETRA for London 2012 Olympics

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Database Admin
Jan 7, 2006
London, UK - THE company behind the national secure radio system that links police, fire and ambulance has been awarded the contract to build and install a dedicated £11m TETRA radio network for the 2012 London Olympics.

Airwave Solutions Ltd, once part of the mobile-phone group O2, will hook up everyone from bus drivers to stewards working at the 2012 Games.

The 2012 system will be separate from the nationwide public safety system but is built on the same standards. It will allow interoperability with public safety users and dedicated continuous and secure communications for all staff at venues across the UK.

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