Tetra signals belief in Garda radio network plan

Tetra Ireland, the firm that has been named preferred bidder to build and run a new Garda radio network, is building the first phase of the network at its own expense to prove it works.

31st March, 2007

Tetra Ireland, the firm that has been named preferred bidder to build and run a new Garda radio network, is building the first phase of the network at its own expense to prove it works.

The company, which is owned by Eircom, Sigma Wireless and Motorola, is believed to be spending several million euro on the first phase of the network, around Balbriggan in north Dublin. It is almost complete, but will have to pass...

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