A trunked radio system is a computer-controlled radio system that gives access to a bank of channels improving access on shared systems.
Available in both analogue and digital modes.
Its features include:
- Call in absence indication (missed calls)
- Status / Text messaging
- Private or group calls
- GPS tracking options
- Telephone interconnect option
- Wide area coverage
There several different types of trunked systems in New Zealand available for commercial use: