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India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
India2009 Ravi Kumar Nagalia
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  1. TETRA  Today, tomorrow and beyond …
  2. TETRA – Ideal for various needs • Congestion free, reliable, fail‐safe, secure  communications • Meets Public Safety requirements  – Emergency Response: Police, Ambulance, Fire  – Security: Airports, Refineries, Hotels – Transport: Metro Rail, Buses • Interoperability between Infrastructure,  Networks and Terminals
  3. User needs have evolved  • Data that enables – Instantaneous sharing of information – Real‐time situational analysis  – Instant broadcast of critical alerts – Collection of vital information viz. surveillance,  medical
  4. Increased usage of Rich Data • Integrated solutions involving Rich  Data – Mobile access to centralised  databases – CCTV cameras for urban  surveillance – Video cameras for Face  recognition – Video recording and streaming  on demand 
  5. High Data Requirement  Roadmap Narrowband Wideband Broadband Database querying, Video clips, Video Surveillance,  Status & Text messages, Automatic Vehicle  Large image transfers Video Recording / Streaming, Location, (100kb JPEG), Video conferencing, Small image transfer, Reporting (with email  Satellite images & maps  Limited database  attachment), transfer, queries, etc. Telemedicine, etc. Real time Biometrics (Face  Recognition), etc. 25 kHz wide 25 ‐ 200 kHz wide MHz wide Channel Bandwidth
  6. TEDS is “just around the corner!” • 2nd Gen. TETRA (TEDS) being developed  • Multi‐carrier platform with TDMA carriers • Adaptive selection of modulation and coding • Various agreed modulation schemes and  carrier bandwidths (25, 50, 100 and 150 kHz) • However, still short of meeting new needs! – Tetra 1: Max Data rate 28.8 Kbits/s – Tetra 2 (TEDS): Max Data rate 160 Kbits/s (2010)
  7. Thales TeMax – THE Solution! • TETRA 3 – TETRA with WiMAX (TeMax) • Thales has leapfrogged TETRA 2 and gone  straight to TETRA 3 • Achievable Global throughput of 20 Mbps  per transceiver • Average throughput of 2 Mbps per subscriber – 1000% greater than TETRA 2 (TEDS)
  8. TeMax – Advantage WiMAX • IEEE 802.16e ‐2005 for mobile services is an  approved Open Standard • Strong support – Wimax Forum has 500+  members • IP based, with a large supplier base • Strong competition and cheaper equipment • WiMAX complements TETRA, meets the  increased data rate requirements – Network, VOIP, Web Browsing, File Transfer,  Streaming Multimedia (Video Conferencing)
  9. TeMax – Open Standard Criteria  IEEE Standard 802.16e Spectrum 2‐6 GHz mobile, 2 – 11 GHz, 10 – 66  GHz fixed Application  Mobile Internet Channel Conditions Non Line of sight Bit Rate 20 Mbps Modulation SOFDMA Mobility Full mobility / roaming, Fixed Channel Bandwidth 5, 10, 20 MHz
  10. TeMax – System Design
  11. TeMAX – Architecture PSTN/PABX PSTN/PABX NMS Gateways VoIP VoIP Application Video Video Servers Intranet/ Intranet/ Internet Internet IP Backbone TeMax Services WiMAX TETRA SIP ToIP ASNGW BCU BS
  12. TeMax – Real time Video Broadband wireless enables  real time video for situational  Ambience video in the crisis situation awareness in public safety Group call for PMR user Remote CC truck
  13. TeMax – Comparison
  14. TeMax – Multiplies TETRA benefits • High availability TETRA is designed to carry on  working, even through disasters – Capacity is always available, even during a public  emergency • Less equipment to carry Voice and data applications  on the same radio • User benefits from high level of security for all data  traffic – No need to worry about which applications are allowed  to use which data service – No need to worry that users might be sending sensitive  information over unsecured data services • Owner/Operator benefits from high QoS, integrated  N/W Mgmt, common platform for statistics, fault  management, provisioning, etc.
  15. TeMax – An Unbeatable Solution • Huge advantage by combining TETRA &  WiMAX; both are: – Proven technologies – IP based and follow Open Standards – Offer seamless integration • Ideal technology to future proof TETRA users – Existing TETRA PMR applications can be used  – Present TETRA infrastructure can be used with  available WiMAX terminals – Leverage legacy investment with minor costs • Scheduled release 2010
  16. Comprehensive Homeland Security  Solutions from Rolta 16
  17. About Rolta • # 1 in India for well over a decade for  Defense/GIS and Engineering Design • Indian company with rich repository of IP,  and top quality certifications • Joint Venture with Thales, France (Defence &  Homeland Security Solutions) and Shaw, USA  (Engineering Design & Operations) • Proven track record – projects in 40  Countries • Mature and stable Management team with  staff strength of ~5000
  18. Thank you Ravi Nagalia Rolta Thales Ltd ravikumar.nagalia@rolta.com

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