TETRA Air Interface Training

TETRA Air Interface Training

Course Delivery

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Course Overview:

TETRA Air Interface Training Course Project-Based

This TETRA Air Interface Training course course has been designed to compliment TETRA System Overview. In just two days this TETRA Air Interface Training course covers all aspects of the TETRA Air Interface.

Related Courses:

TETRA Training | Terrestrial Trunked Radio Technology Training System Overview
TETRA RF Network Planning Training
TETRA Performance and Optimization Training

Customize It:

● If you are familiar with some aspects of this TETRA Air Interface Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the TETRA Air Interface Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the TETRA Air Interface Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

TETRA Air Interface Training – Course Syllabus:

Review of TETRA Architecture and Operation

◾TETRA Features and Services
◾Trunked Mode operation
◾Direct Mode Operation

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
◾Air interface message sets
◾Idle mode and dedicated mode procedures
◾Power budgets and range estimation
◾Cellular capacity issues

The TETRA Physical Layer

◾Frequency allocation
◾Carrier Frequencies and Radio Channel Numbers
◾p/4DQPSK modulation
◾Frame, slot and burst structures
◾Frequency reference
◾Transmission delays
◾Power control
◾Channel quality measurement
◾Physical layer performance
◾Emissions and interference
◾Area coverage techniques

The TETRA Data Link Layer

◾LLC and the MAC sublayers
◾Coding and interleaving
◾FEC and error detection
◾Channel coding for Data and Signalling
◾Coding parameters
◾Random Access
◾Logical channel routing
◾System modes: Normal, Extended, Minimum, Discontinuous
◾Mobile Station modes: Idle, Signalling & Packet Data, Traffic, Economy

The TETRA Network Layer

◾Network layer concepts
◾The TETRA Network layer
◾TETRA protocol stacks
◾Mobile to Base Link
◾Mobility Management protocols
◾Circuit mode operation
◾Packet mode operation
◾The higher layers: X.25, TETRA data services, SCLNP
◾Inter-network protocols

TETRA Voice Coding

◾Voice coding schemes
◾ACELP coding
◾Speech versus transmission frames
◾Identifying voice calls in TETRA systems
◾Extracting voice payload from TETRA channels
◾Interfaces to other voice systems
◾Voice transcoding

TETRA Security

◾Principles of encryption and authentication
◾TETRA authentication
◾TETRA encryption
◾Encryption keys
◾OTA Re-keying
◾End-to-End encryption

Operational Factors

◾Idle mode and dedicated mode procedures
◾Power budgets
◾Range considerations
◾Air interface configurations and parameters

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