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India2009 Godfrey

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India2009 Godfrey

  1. 1. TETRA ASSOCIATION Phil Godfrey Chairman
  2. 2. Habitat World – Sept 2008
  3. 3. TETRA History • Early 1990s – Proposal to ETSI – Initially for shared commercial – Later to include Public Safety user needs • Mobile Digital Trunked Radio System (MDTRS) • TErrestrial Trunked RAdio (TETRA)
  4. 4. TETRA ASSOCIATION TDMA v FDMA?
  5. 5. TETRA • 4 slots in 25kHz  =  6.25kHz efficiency 4 times more efficient than GSM! • Designed for those who work, and need to  communicate, in Groups.
  6. 6. Core Technology • 4 slot TDMA in 25kHz channels (6.25 equivalent) • /4 DQPSK Modulation • Gross data rate 36kbit/s, Net 28kbit/s • Circuit and packet mode data • Low bit rate ACELP codec (4.6kbit/s) • Fast call setup <300ms typical • Air Interface and End to End Encryption
  7. 7. TETRA – Global Position
  8. 8. Market Analysis
  9. 9. Contracts by Region Installed Systems by region Eastern Europe 15% Latin America 6% Middle East 5% Scandinavia 4% Africa 5% Western Europe 40% Asia Pacific 25%
  10. 10. Contracts by Sector Installed Systems by sector Public Safety 32% Utilities 10% Confidential  1% Business and Industry 5% Extraction Transport 5% 33% Government PAMR Military 10% 3% 2%
  11. 11. Technologies • TETRA • Project 25 (APCO 25) • Tetrapol • dPMR • DMR
  12. 12. dPMR • Replacement for PMR 446 • Unlicensed bands • Low Power (500mW) • 6.25kHz channel spacing • Set to Set only • Suitable for on‐site, low functionality  systems
  13. 13. DMR • Tier 1 – Un‐licensed, low power, set to set • Tier 2 – Licensed set to set and set to base station • Tier 3 – Licensed – Simple trunked systems
  14. 14. DMR • All tiers are 12.5kHz 2‐slot TDMA • Basic functionality – Individual Call (point to point) – Group Call (point to multipoint) – All Call (one‐way voice call to all users) – Broadcast (one‐way group call). • Limited standardisation • Data typically 1.8kbit/s per slot* * Source – Analysis Mason
  15. 15. Technologies
  16. 16. Spectrum • Spectrum Working Group • Lobbying – Governments – Regulators – European Commission • Westminster e‐Forum
  17. 17. Digital Dividend
  18. 18. ETSI Broadband Initiative • Establishing User Requirements • Evaluating Technologies • Joint Workshop with TETRA Association
  19. 19. Market Reach • Currently not accessible • Presence at IWCE • Meetings with TETRA now present in more than 100  – APCO countries – NPSTC • Pilot Systems are underway • Utilities Telecom Council (UTC)
  20. 20. TEDS
  21. 21. TEDS Contracts • Nodnett Norway  Siemens/Motorola • South African Police Service  (Eastern Cape)  Integcomm/EADS • Virve Finland EADS
  22. 22. Contracts by Sector Installed Systems by sector Public Safety 32% Utilities 10% Confidential  1% Business and Industry 5% Extraction Transport 5% 33% Government PAMR Military 10% 3% 2%
  23. 23. CLP (China Light and Power) TETRA used to control  Power Distribution Courtesy of EADS
  24. 24. FloraHolland The world’s largest  flower auction Courtesy of EADS
  25. 25. Helsinki Zoo The “Bear Necessities”! Courtesy of EADS
  26. 26. Baikonur Cosmodrome TETRA in outer space  next? Courtesy of EADS
  27. 27. Atlantis Hotel The Palm, Dubai 1539 Rooms 17 Restaurants Courtesy of Etelm
  28. 28. Finnish Taxis On The Road Courtesy of Rohill
  29. 29. Expo Zaragoza Host of the  International  Exposition 2008 Designed for  Sustainability Courtesy of Teltronic
  30. 30. Oil Platform • All at sea Courtesy of Rohill
  31. 31. ESCOTA (South of France Highways) 60 radio sites 459 Km highways Courtesy of Thales
  32. 32. Santo Domingo Metro 16 metro stations 14 km of tunnels Courtesy of Thales
  33. 33. Ferrari • Noise tolerant  TETRA Courtesy of Selex
  34. 34. Airports
  35. 35. Airports Amsterdam Cologne Heathrow Cape Town Doha Bangalore Delhi Paris Madrid Oslo Beijing Hyderabad Barcelona Munich Athens Shanghai Hanover Zaragoza Suvarnabhumi Brussels Bangkok Granada Jersey. Malaga Birmingham Stuttgart Hong Kong Leipzig. Seville Saltzburg Copenhagen
  36. 36. BDBOS • Destined to become the largest TETRA  network in the world – BDBOS commenced April 2007 – Circa 500,000 users
  37. 37. TETRA World Congress 2009 The biggest TETRA World Congress so far!
  38. 38. Moving Forward in India
  39. 39. TETRA ASSOCIATION Thank You

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