DCom became a member of the DMR Association

The DMR standard is today the world’s most widely used digital standard for professional radio networks. The great advantages of the DMR standard include backward compatibility with analog systems and the possibility of gradual replacement of analog radio networks with digital ones. The devices manufactured according to the standard are interoperable. For users, this means that they can use products from different manufacturers that work together within their communication network. The standard provides users with the assurance that they are investing in technology that will continue to evolve and provide its users with a wide range of products and services from different manufacturers at an affordable price.

The Přerov Dispatch Center uses DCom communication systems
Dispatching workplace

What is the goal of the DMR association

The DMR Association ensures the further development of the most widespread standard for professional radio stations and DMR standard radio networks

The DMR Association now brings together more than 160 members from around the world. Its members are manufacturers, system integrators, network operators and user organizations. The association ensures the further development of DMR technology and feature sets based on user requirements, interoperability testing and certification, the provision of standard training and the provision of advisory services to regulatory authorities to ensure a suitable environment.

DCom develops dispatching applications and solves system integrations

DCom became the first member of the DMR Association from the Czech Republic

Our company is the first member of the DMR association from the Czech Republic. DCom has become a member of Category 2, which is dedicated to application developers, system integrators and test equipment manufacturers. The development of professional dispatching systems and system integration are an important part of our company’s activities. We want to offer our customers a dispatching solution in the near future that supports connection to the DMR radio network infrastructure using the standard AIS interface .