Motorola introduces the first Tetra PDA
Motorola has expanded its lineup of TETRA-powered emergency services devices by adding the first ever PDA utilizing the TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) standard. TETRA is an open radio standard, defined by the European Telecommunications Standardisation Institute in order to provide disaster relief professionals with secure, dedicated frequency in times of need. The pocket-sized, robust PDA device measures 145mm x 83mm x 35-50mm weighs less than 500 grams. It features 3.5" TFT display and will be available with optional Bluetooth, WLAN, GPS, and digital camera in order to help public safety organizations transfer mission-critical data, while on the go. The TETRA-enabled PDA supports the same value of Motorola's TETRA hand-portable radios: Always On, Trusted, Reliable and Secure. Motorola's TETRA PDA is expected to be commercially available by the third quarter of 2006.
Source: (via Mobileburn)