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TETRA is an abbreviation of TErrestrial Trunked RAdio. It is the only official European Standard for digital Professional Mobile Radio (PMR). Accordingly, TETRA is a global standard for radio communication in the same way that GSM is the mobile telephony standard.
TETRA was developed to meet the needs of the most demanding professional radio users who need fast oneto-one and one-to-many radio communication using voice and data in their daily work. Users are typically public safety and security organisations like police, fire and rescue forces, ambulance services, frontier guards and other professional cellular users like transportation companies, courier services, energy utilities, airports and so on.
Most TETRA networks for public safety and security (PSS) users such as police, fire and rescue services are government owned. Other networks are either privately owned or run by network operators who invest in the network and sell communications services to private companies and government agencies.
No you need the permission of their government to put your device into commercial purpose and take NOC of that government.. it involves lot of legal understanding between the parties.. if you are aware of it go ahead.. if not better consult a legal advisor about it.....
you have to adhere to their country standards of law, and talk to the service provider about the service they provide for commercial application, the frequency of operation, and then based on the information , either you may have to change the chip or the application or the module.....
first you have to find out if UAE does not implement TETRA till now, or already implemented. as their law and order are very strict. Indian airtel service providers might not give out the details if not approached by a company or government.