Price: $1,999.00

Course Number: 509
Length: 3 Days
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TETRA Training by TONEX

TETRA Training Course by TONEX introduces concepts behind TErrestrial Trunked RAdio (TETRA), an open digital standard defined by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) specifically for the needs of the most demanding professional mobile radio users, emergencies and disasters.

Learn about TETRA  features, services, architecture, addressing, system details, air interface, operations, security, vulnerabilities, flexibilities, and durability.

TErrestrial Trunked RAdio (TETRA) is a digital trunked mobile radio standard developed to meet the needs of traditional Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) user organizations developed by ETSI.

Learn how TETRA standard has been specifically developed to meet the needs of a variety of traditional PMR user organizations such as public safety and governments.

Some unique PMR services of TETRA are:

  • Wide area fast call set-up “all informed net” group calls
  • Direct Mode Operation (DMO) allowing “back to back” communications between radio terminals independent of the network
  • High level voice encryption to meet the security needs of public safety organizations
  • An Emergency Call facility that gets through even if the system is busy
  • Full duplex voice for PABX and PSTN telephony communications
  • TETRA Release 2 or TETRA Enhanced Data Service (TEDS) that provides wideband high speed data communication services

TETRA Course Content

TETRA 101

  • What is Trunked mobile communication?
  • Concepts and benefits of trunking
  • Example of Trunk mobile systems and PMR (iDEN, Tetrapol)
  • TETRA technology
  • ETSI standardization
  • TETRA deployments
  • TETRA architecture
  • TETRA functional entities
  • TETRA system details
  • TETRA operation
  • TETRA security
  • AIE TETRA Encryption Algorithms (TEAs)
  • TEA1, TEA2, TEA3 and TEA 4
  • TETRA vulnerabilities
  • TETRA hacking and DoS
  • Service availability
  • TETRA integration with 3GPP networks
  • TETRA, GSM and UMTS Interoperability
  • TETRA and Public Mobile Systems
  • TETRA over IP (ToIP)

TETRA Layered Protocols

  • TETRA Data Link Layer
  • LLC and MAC sublayers
  • Coding and interleaving
  • FEC and error detection
  • Channel coding for data and signaling
  • TETRA Network Layer
  • Network layer concepts

TETRA Features and Services

  • Short Data Service (SDS)
  • Direct Mode Operation (DMO)
  • Trunked Mode Operation (TMO)
  • Support for Value Added Services (VAS)
  • TETRA Numbering
  • TETRA Addressing
  • Inter System Interface (ISI)
  • Terminal Equipment Interface (PEI)
  • Line Station Interface (LSI)
  • Network Management Interface (NMI)
  • TETRA network architecture
  • TETRA interfaces
  • Direct Mode Air Interface (DMAI)
  • TETRA Direct Mode Operation (DMO)
  • TETRA range extensions with repeaters
  • Addressing, Numbering, Dialing and TETRA MMI

TETRA Technical Overview

  • TETRA Features and Services
  • General network design
  • TETRA RF aspects
  • Radio spectral efficiency
  • Air interface optimized applications
  • Location Information Protocol (LIP)
  • User Requirement Specification
  • Mission Critical Broadband Communication Requirements
  • Voice plus Data (V+D)
  • Direct Mode Operation (DMO)
  • Voice plus Data (V+D)
  • Air interface optimized applications
  • Net Assist Protocol 2 (NAP2)
  • Supplementary services
  • General requirements for supplementary services
  • Circuit-switched data
  • Packet switched data
  • Call Completion on No Reply (CCNR)
  • Discreet Listening (DL)
  • Call Forwarding (CF)Ambience Listening (AL)
  • Call Completion to Busy Subscriber (CCBS)
  • Mobile Station to Mobile Station (MS-MS)
  • Air Interface (AI) protocol

TETRA Air Interface Operation

  • TETRA Frequencies
  • TETRA RF Channels
  • TETRA capacity planning
  • TETRA modulation and coding
  • Frequency allocation
  • Frame, slot and burst
  • Synchronization
  • Scrambling
  • Power control
  • Emissions and interference
  • Physical and logical channels
  • TDMA access
  • TETRA air interface protocols
  • Medium Access Control (MAC)
  • Logical Link Control (LLC) layer
  • TETRA Idle modeprocedures
  • TETRA dedicated mode procedures
  • Power control
  • TETRA ranging and calibration

 DMO security class

  • DM-2-A
  • DM-2-B
  • DM-2-C
  • DMO call procedures
  • Security profile
  • Indication of security parameters
  • Security class on call setup
  • Normal behavior
  • Exceptional behavior
  • Call-setup with presence check
  • Call-setup without presence check
  • Behavior post call-setup
  • Exceptional behavior

TETRA Air interface authentication

  • key management mechanisms
  • Authentication
  • Repeater mode operation
  • Gateway mode operation
  • Air Interface (AI) key management mechanisms
  • Identification of cipher keys in signaling
  • Enable and disable mechanism

TETRA Air Interface (AI) encryption

  • Encryption mechanism
  • Allocation of KSS to logical channels
  • Application of KSS to specific PDUs
  • DMAC-SYNC PDU encryption
  • DMAC-DATA PDU encryption
  • DMAC-FRAG PDU encryption
  • DMAC-END PDU encryption
  • DMAC-U-SIGNAL PDU encryption
  • Traffic channel encryption

 

Who Should Attend

This course is offered for different audiences including:Network managersDatacom/telecom managersWireless EngineersNetwork EngineersSemiconductor Engineers

Outline

This course provides you with an advanced technical and business knowledge on TETRA and the topics covered are:

  • Understanding TETRA
  • Overview of operational challenges with TETRA
  • Applying Standards
  • User experiences and lessons learned
  • ETRA Features
  • Demonstrating its role and value
  • Future of TETRA
  • TETRA solutions in action
  • Case studies review
  • Innovative applications
  • Future proofing TETRA

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