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By Hans-Peter A Ketterling

When you are occupied with the making plans, layout, checking out, set up, upkeep, revenues, or frequency administration of electronic PMR apparatus and structures, this first-of-its-kind booklet is a brilliant selection. Written via one of many key builders of PMR, this crucial reference presents finished insurance of electronic PMR platforms, together with the factors APCO 25, TETRA and DIIS and the proprietary structures ASTRO, EDACS, iDEN, MOBITEX II and TETRAPOL. supplying detailed perception from the author’s years of expertise operating with this expertise, the booklet is helping you achieve a superior realizing of the transition from analogue to electronic PMR. It provide you with equipment for estimating insurance distance and bandwidth for electronic PMR systems.
Moreover, the ebook comprises complex instruments which assist you remedy tricky technical questions in brief time with moderate accuracy. you're supplied with a comparability of the houses of traditional analogue and new electronic PMR structures to assist help the choice to introduce a brand new radio verbal exchange procedure. This designated source positive aspects discussions on serious issues now not lined in the other ebook, equivalent to transmitter switching spectrum, actual Doppler occasions, and genuine usable frequency economic climate. It additionally discusses possible choices to PMR, equivalent to public mobile structures, and concludes with a glance on the way forward for PMR during the yr 2010.

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4. 4 Channel Use System Characteristic Analog PMR 1 DIIS Emergency calls Yes Yes Multilevel priority Rare Yes calls Direct mode Yes2 Yes Direct mode via Yes Yes repeater or BS Roaming3 Rare No Handover4 Very rare No 1 Without or with five-tone sequential or MPT 1327. 2 Not for MPT 1327. 3 In TETRA, this is called migration. 4 In TETRA, this is called cell reselection. TETRA Yes Yes GSM 1 and 2 Yes No GSM-R and 2+ Yes; < 1 second Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 22 Alternatives to PMR Many PMR applications need direct links between mobiles either for pointto-point or group call applications.

12 GSM-400 versions between 450 and 500 MHz were under consideration but have been skipped. 13 Allocations and width of GSM bands are widely varying. 14 Mainly frequency range dependent. 2 Competition Between PMR and Public Cellular Systems 19 conventional systems is their very restricted data rate, which prohibits digital speech transmission of acceptable quality. Of course, good voice quality is of interest, but for any PMR application intelligibility, in particular under bad propagation conditions, is of major importance and for many applications speaker recognition is inevitable.

Taken together, they cover all reasonable needs for professional mobile communication, but none of them meets all of the requirements and covers all possible applications simultaneously. In Chapter 1 we showed why PMR is inevitable for many tasks. When making the final decision to choose one or the other system, it is necessary to compare their main properties more in detail. In this chapter some guidance for conducting such an analysis is offered [1–3]. 1 [2]. PMR with its small service area and low number of users per system is one of the extremes.

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