The TCCA was originally established in December 1994 (known then as the TETRA MoU Association) to create a forum to act on behalf of all parties interested in TETRA technology, representing users, manufacturers, application providers, integrators, operators, test houses and telecom agencies.
Today the TCCA represents organisations from around the world, bringing together all those with an interest in the provision of wireless communications in a mission critical or business critical environment. The TCCA believes in the principle of open and competitive markets worldwide through the use of common standards and harmonised spectrum. The TCCA continues to support and promote the use of TETRA technology and is driving industry synergy in the development of future mobile broadband capability for the users and providers of critical communications.
ICCRA and the TCCA
ICCRA is a working group of the TCCA, bringing together critical control room professionals in order to help deliver excellent mission critical services.