Trunked radio systems are the ideal option for larger organizations. As the systems can deliver expansive coverage, flexibility, efficiency, and privacy throughout different talk groups.
The controller of trunking systems can prioritize traffic if the assigned frequency is saturated. This is particularly useful in municipal systems as there are restricted spectrums available for multiple services. Most radios have an emergency button. The system will allow the emergency traffic to get through when the emergency button is pressed.
The system uses the computer to plan and assign frequencies. It makes channels available whenever groups are ready. At any one time, a group will be automatically directed to whatever frequency is currently free, allowing the talk group to use the signal when needed.
The system can assign groups to specific frequencies to allow for more private conversations. This way, the active group doesn't have to worry about another talk group overhearing or interfering with existing conversations.
The trunked radio system can be easily changed to suit the needs of multiple departments. And there is no need to merge different groups.