Some facts about Nødnett
Nødnett – the Norwegian Emergency Public Safety Network is a separate radio network, built specifically for rescue and emergency users.
- Nødnett is a digital network for police, health services and fire and rescue services. In addition, Nødnett can be used by organisations participating in rescue and emergency work.
- Reliability is especially important in a public safety network such as Nødnett. Communication is secured in several ways, including encrypted conversations.
- Users must have TETRA radios approved to work with Nødnett. Talk groups are set up internally within the agencies and in groups in common with other emergency services. Only those actively given access to the individual talk groups can listen in.
- Nødnett radios can also send and receive text messages and can be used to exchange small amounts of data.
- The Nødnett project has established Nødnett as a nationwide digital radio network for emergency and public safety services. The project has been led by the Directorate for Emergency Communication (DNK) and was completed in 2015.
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