The TETRA and Critical Communications Association
Recognising that important market requirements outside the responsibility of ETSI needed to be addressed to ensure the success of TETRA, a number of organisations formed the TETRA MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) Association in December 1994. Since it has been established, the TETRA Association has grown significantly and now provides a forum which acts on behalf of its members, being user organisations, manufacturers, application providers, integrators, operators, test houses, regulators, consultants, etc. The main objectives of the TETRA Association are to promote the TETRA standard and to ensure multi-vendor equipment interoperability.
In 2011 the Association widened its scope to include all critical communications and has renamed itself as the TETRA and Critical Communications Association.
Association Chairman Phil Godfrey was also interviewed by Richard Lambley about this change. A film of the interview “The evolution of critical communications” can be viewed on this website. View the film