As the software problem leaves the upgrade in limbo, police cars will continue to use the voice radio and mobile data terminal systems that were put in place two decades ago.
What does DTM stand for?
DTM stands for Data Terminal (Tadiran)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Samples in periodicals archive:
State police attribute the success of the mobile data terminal initiative to the nearly instantaneous access to critical on-line information that the computers provide.
Axesstel offers a comprehensive fixed wireless product portfolio, including desktop phones, public call office phones, voice and data terminals, broadband modems and 3G gateways that leverage a wide range of wireless technology including GSM, GPRS, CDMA2000 1X, and broadband CDMA2000 1x-EVDO Rev O and Rev A.
Cubic's data link -- consisting of air data terminals and ground data terminals -- will serve as the wireless connection between Fire Scout and control stations aboard Littoral Combat Ships.
Mounted in a patrol vehicle, the DataVision system displays critical information from the car's mobile data terminal (MDT) in the driver's field-of-view.
Axesstel offers the most comprehensive fixed wireless product portfolio, including desktop phones, public call office phones, voice and data terminals, and broadband modems that leverage the widest range of wireless technology including GSM, CDMA2000 1X, and broadband CDMA2000 1x-EVDO.
Ottawa is the first city in the world to take full advantage of this technology, which provides officers with crucial information from the vehicle's computer or mobile data terminal on a combiner mounted on the windshield where they can read it without taking their eyes off the road or a suspect," Smalanskas said.
Axesstel is a major supplier of fixed wireless phones and voice and data terminals to Tata which are used for their Walky service offerings.