TETRA System Training

TETRA System Training

Introduction:

TETRA System Training by ENO

This TETRA System Training course has been designed to provide TETRA engineers and technical professionals with a comprehensive coverage of TETRA services, network architecture, operation, air interface, security, billing and management. An open digital trunked radio standard defined by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). It is currently being used by the emergency services to replace existing PMR (Private Mobile Radio) systems.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

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Duration: 2-3 days

Course Content:

Introduction to TETRA
◾Overview of Trunk Mobile Communications
◾Trunking concepts
◾Benefits of trunking
◾Current trunk mobile systems
◾Overview of iDEN
◾Overview of Tetrapol
◾Introduction to TETRA technology
◾ETSI standardisation
◾Role of the TETRA MoU
◾Current operational TETRA systems
◾Current TETRA equipment and systems
◾Current developments with TETRA
◾Possible future developments in TETRA technology

TETRA Features and Services
◾Features of TETRA technology
◾Voice and Data services
◾Bearer services, Teleservices, Supplementary services
◾Circuit-switched data
◾Packet switched data
◾IP packet data
◾Short Data Service, SDS
◾Voice coding
◾Resource management
◾Direct Mode Operation (DMO)
◾Support for Value Added Services
◾Spectral efficiency
◾Security aspects
◾Service availability
◾The range of applications for TETRA
◾TETRA as a PCS

TETRA Architecture
◾BS, LSC, MSC, LS, MT, TE
◾TETRA network and standard interfaces
◾TETRA standard gateways
◾TM Air Interfaces
◾Inter System Interface (ISI)
◾Terminal Equipment Interface (PEI)
◾Line Station Interface (LSI)
◾Network Management Interface (NMI)
◾Direct Mode Air Interface
◾Gateways to Public Networks
◾TETRA Direct Mode Operation
◾Gateway Mobile Station
◾Repeater station

Addressing, Numbering, Dialling and TETRA MMI
◾TETRA Numbering and Addressing
◾TEI, MNI, TSI, SSI
◾GTSI, ATSI
◾Leading Digit Dialling
◾Call scenarios
◾TETRA IP

Overview of the TETRA Air Interface
◾Spectrum allocations and channel assignments
◾Physical and Logical channels
◾TDMA structure
◾Medium Access Control sublayers
◾Logical Link Control layer
◾Frame, slot and burst structures
◾Air interface message sets
◾Idle mode and dedicated mode procedures
◾Power budgets and range estimation
◾Cellular capacity issues

TETRA Voice coding
◾ACELP coding
◾Speech versus transmission frames
◾Interfaces to other voice systems

TETRA and Data Networks
◾Circuit data mode operation
◾Packet mode operation
◾25, TETRA data services, SCLNP
◾Inter-network protocols
◾TETRA IP
◾Interworking with IP networks (IPI)
◾TETRA over IP (ToIP) solutions

TETRA Security and Billing
◾Overview of TETRA security
◾TETRA authentication
◾TETRA encryption
◾End-to-End encryption
◾Billing in TETRA networks

TETRA and Public Mobile Systems
◾Summary of GSM services and features
◾Comparison of TETRA with GSM
◾Convergence of TETRA and GSM
◾Evolution of TETRA towards 3G services
◾Unifying TETRA and UMTS

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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