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Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro. Part 1 : Why Trunking? Part 2 : Highlights for Hytera DMR Trunking System Part 3 : Hytera DMR Trunking System Introduction

Dec 22, 2015

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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro
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  • Part 1 : Why Trunking? Part 2 : Highlights for Hytera DMR Trunking System Part 3 : Hytera DMR Trunking System Introduction Part 4 : Hytera DMR Trunking Terminal Structure Introduction
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro Part 1 Why Trunking?
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  • The basic advantage of trunking system Large Coverage Area Large User capacity Easy Operation for User Dynamic channel allocation User Queuing Priority (Pre-empted Emergency Call) High security level
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  • CONVENTIONAL BANK TRUNKED BANK CH1 group1 CH2 group2 CH3 group3 CH1 signaling CH2 traffic CH3 traffic Dynamic DMR Trunking System
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro Part 2 System Highlight
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  • Highlights for Hytera DMR Trunking System Hytera DMR Trunking Flexible Networking Superior System Reliability Advanced Terminal Design System Safety Assurance Powerful Dispatching Advanced Base Station Design
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  • Prediction Parameter Base Station Antenna: 9dBi Link Direction: Up-link ( Terminal Tx) Receiving Signal Range : 90dBm Portable Radio Parameter Antenna gain : 0 dBi Antenna height : 1.5 meter TX power : 4 W Coverage plotted : Green Mobile Radio Parameter Antenna gain : 3 dBi Antenna height : 2 meter TX power : 45 W Coverage plotted : Yellow BS RF Power: 50W, 100W Portable RF Power: 50W Portable RF Power: 5W Network Size: No limit for the number of sites Large Coverage Coverage Prediction for an example
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  • BDA (Bi-directional Amplifier) for Blind Areas. For example Tunnels, Indoor coverage. Large Coverage BDA covering the signal blind area
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  • System Flexible Networking Completely IP Based Why IP Technology? IP Technology is basis for converging networks IP Technology potentially allows for an easy and full-fledged integration in the existing IP infrastructure of the customer IP Technology holds potential cost advantages for network operators and promotes the use of standard HW (COTS) a.One IP/MPLS backbone network for several communication & data services b.Evolution from customer-specific or proprietary HW in IT environments IP Technology has become mature in offering high quality media services by MPLS, QoS Tagging and Traffic Shaping
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  • System Flexible Networking Completely IP Based
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  • System Flexible Networking Different Networking Scale BS4 MSO 1 MSO 6 MSO 5 MSO 4 MSO 3 MSO 2 IP Network Bearer Network BS 1 BS3 BS2 Distributed Control Small Model Network Max 8 sites Centralized Control Huge Model Network
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  • Superior System Reliability Multi-level Fallback Fail-soft BS MSO BS Fail-soft Level 1: Fallback to Single MSO Mode MSO 2
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  • Superior System Reliability Multi-level Fallback Fail-soft BS MSO BS Fail-soft Level 2: Fallback to Single-Site Trunking Mode
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  • Superior System Reliability Multi-level Fallback Fail-soft Fail-soft Level 3: Fallback to Repeater Mode Transceiver Unit BSCU Base Station Repeater Mode
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  • Superior System Reliability Control Channel Backup The traffic channels can automatically switch into the control channel when error. Traffic Channel 1 Traffic Channel 2 Control Channel Base Station Error Control Channel Error Traffic Channel 3Traffic Channel 1
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  • Superior System Reliability Hot-backup Redundancy Transceiver Unit BSCU(Backup) Transceiver Unit BSCU Bearer Network Key component going error Hot-backup device automatically replaced Both of the BSCU and MSO has the Hot-backup design for Redundancy
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  • Advanced Base Station Design Blade-designed Unit Good Heat Dispersion High Space-utilization Easy For Extending & Maintenance
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  • Advanced Base Station Design 3-Diversity Receiving Base Station Transceiver Weighting Calculation Lower Multipath effect Anti-fading Technology Increasing BS Sensitivity Receiving Diversity Module
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  • Advanced Base Station Design 3-Diversity Receiving Base Station Transceiver Weighting Calculation Lower Multipath effect Anti-fading Technology Increasing BS Sensitivity 1.4 times coverage range that of beforeIncrease 3-5dB
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  • System Safety Assurance High Level EncryptionSystem Authentication Various Encryption Algorithm 40/128/256 bit Secret End to end encryption for both voice and data Check Radio ESN Checking the legality via ESN Two-way Check The advanced Authentication is later released.
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  • Powerful Dispatching Capability Remote IP Dispatching/NMS Terminal IP Network MSO Remote Dispatching Terminal Remote NMS Terminal SNMP Protocol For Remote Control
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  • Powerful Dispatching Capability GPS Dispatching System Support Vector and Raster Map (Google Earth, MapInfo, etc.) GPS Positioning GPS Revert: Individual polling interval Voice Capabilities: all type of calls. Event log Remote Dispatcher Geo-Fencing
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  • Mobile radio must locate in coverage of MPT network System can support four group call, if you want more, you can add VOIP equipment and mobile radio Hytera DMR trunking system can connect with the other vendors MPT system Mobile radio gateway solution DMR interconnect with MPT
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  • Supporting Multi-mode Operation: DMR Trunking Mode DMR Conventional Mode Analog conventional MPT Trunking Multi-mode DMR Radios MPT DMR Trunking
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  • Provide the interface of E1,E&M and RJ11 PSTN Gateway
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro Part 3 System Intro
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  • S/NFeatureTechnical Description 1Channel Bandwidth 12.5kHz 2Modulation 4FSK constant envelope modulation 3Modulation rate 9.6 kbps @ 12.5kHz 4Multiple access mode TDMA\ Two timeslots per channel 5Vocoder AMBE++, 2.4kbps 6Security Encryption Support end to end voice encryption and data encryption 7Channel control mode Dedicated control channel 8Trunking mode Support message trunking and transmission trunking and semi-transmission trunking mode 9Subscriber capacity 24bits address, support 16 million subscribers 10Data service ability Text message, status message, packet data 11Operating modes Support direct mode, conventional repeat mode and trunking mode 12System interoperation Provide standard interface for different system to interconnection with each other. 13 Coverage mode Adopt large RF area coverage model Hytera DMR Trunking System
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking Base Sataion
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking MSO MSO Block Diagram
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  • Single MSO Network
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  • Multi- MSO Network
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System PE interface NMS Control Center Conventional Mode Trunk Mode BS GSM networkPSTN network Internet MPT1327 Network MSO Switch Data RecorderDispatcher Location Tracker ESN&Encrypt Center Trunk Mode Voice Gateway
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  • Main Functions Group Call Broadcast Call Emergency call Merging of group Individual call PSTN/PABX Call Call forwarding Calling party identification Late entry Group Scanning Direct mode Queue & Call Back Priority STATUS MESSAGE SHORT MESSAGE GPS Authentication Encryption end-to-end Kill/Revive Registration Handover Call Duration Limiting Dynamic sites allocation MPT Gateway AVL API Interface Fallback Mode Conventional Call Super group Call Forced break-in/ Forced disconnect Ambience Listening Discreet listening Emergency Alarm Force To Conventional mode Tracing Last Dispatcher Notification
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  • Hytera DMR Trunking System Intro Part 4 Terminal Intro
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  • RF Bands: 400-470MHz, 350-400Mhz, 136-174Mhz Dimensions: 125*55*37mm Weight: 355g Channels: 1024ch (PD786/PD786G) / 32ch (PD706/PD706G) RF Power: 4W/1W for UHF and 5W/1W for VHF Standard battery:2000mAh Li 1.8 inch TFD LCD Display and full keypad Only PD786/PD786G) Audio Max Power: 1.5W IP67 Vibration Man-down (Optional) Compatible with Analog mode GPS option (Optional) Encryption Open Application interface (API) for 3rd Partner* Notes * indicates functions is available later Hytera DMR Portable Radios
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  • RF bands: 400-470 MHz, 350-400Mhz,136-174Mhz Dimensions: 60*174*200mm Weight: 1.7KG Channel: 1024 RF Output power: High Power model 45W Low Power model 25W 2.0 TFT color LCD display with intuitive navigator buttons Internal Audio Max Power: 6W IP54 Compatible with Analog mode Encryption Open Application interface (API) for 3rd Partner* Notes * indicates functions available in later version Hytera DMR Mobile Radios
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