Dmr | Lte | 2020-12-03

digitalPMRExpo2020 Virtual Show A Success for Caltta

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

During the event Caltta welcomed more than 1000 visitors that were interested in the versatile radio communications portfolio including the DMR Tier II series radios and the Caltta eChat PoC platform.

Caltta Technologies, a leading provider of integrated PMR solution, successfully presented its latest Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) portfolio and convergent communications solution at digitalPMRExpo 2020 (, the virtual version of PMRExpo, on Nov. 24-26.

29 exhibitors from the industry joined this event and took this opportunity to present their new products and to network with industry stakeholders. According to the organizer, over 2,500 people registered and participated the virtual event. Caltta showcased its DMR Tier II conventional & Tier III Trunking portfolio, LTE solution, eChat Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) solution and “DMR+eChat” and “DMR+LTE” convergent solutions.

“It was a success for Caltta, we had over 1,000 visitors dropping by our virtual booth. And we received many positive feedback and attention to our portfolio,” said Fan Zhu, Marketing Director of Caltta.

The PH6 series, Caltta’s most competitive DMR Tier II conventional radios, attracted common attention among the visitors. Including a full display and full keypad model PH690, a half display/keypad model PH660 and a non-display/keypad model PH600, these series supports true two-timeslot direct model (DMO) with double channel capacity.  Furthermore, these full feature radios, with crystal clear audio, long battery hours and IP68 water and dust proof ruggedness, are able to roam in the IP repeaters network, which makes an ideal Push-to-Talk (PTT) solution for enterprise and industrial users.

The versatile Caltta DMR portfolio is enhanced by the eChat Platform, Caltta’s PoC solution. eChat converges DMR and PoC technologies to accommodate market requirements of running a hybrid network with a large number of users.