Key issues to consider when changing to advanced February 2010.


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Key issues to consider when changing to advanced February 2010

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Going computerized – 12.5 kHz DMR or 6.25 kHz FDMA? Two of the most imperative reasons that LMR clients go computerized are to add voice limit and to all the more effortlessly include information applications This presentation sets out the critical issues for the client to think about

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Adding limit – 12.5 kHz DMR or 6.25 kHz FDMA? Including information applications almost dependably implies that more limit is expected to guarantee: Existing voice nature of administration is to be kept up and The new application is to function admirably There are genuine contrasts amongst DMR and 6.25 kHz FDMA with regards to expanding limit as far as: FCC permitting suggestions Infrastructure necessities

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Digital movement in existing FCC 12.5 kHz licenses - DMR Analog to advanced relocation with DMR Existing simple talk ways in a 12.5 kHz permit New computerized talk ways in your 12.5 kHz permit Double limit in current permit?

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Digital movement in existing FCC 12.5 kHz licenses - FDMA Analog to computerized relocation with 6.25 kHz FDMA Existing simple 12.5 kHz permit New advanced talk ways In 12.5 kHz permit Double limit in current permit?

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Spectrum effectiveness - DMR and 6.25 kHz FDMA 6.25 kHz FDMA Migration DMR Migration Existing simple 12.5 kHz permit New advanced channels 6.25 kHz range productive? New channels fit legacy gadgets? No danger of new impedance issues?

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Going computerized DMR and 6.25 kHz FDMA permit rundown Going advanced with DMR implies: Doubling limit in existing licenses Keeping existing range No new recurrence co-appointment prerequisites Being ready to keep on using legacy simple radios in your range No new danger of obstruction as the channel attributes finish what has been started and demonstrated 12.5 kHz signs are looked after

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Use of framework: DMR contrasted with 6.25 kHz FDMA Migrating from one channel DMR to two channel DMR: No additional intricacy No additional cost Power productive No additional space No new site issues No additional upkeep One channel DMR Two channels DMR

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Use of base: DMR contrasted with 6.25 kHz FDMA Migrating from one channel FDMA to two channel FDMA: Extra unpredictability Extra cost Greater force utilize More space Potential site issues Extra support One channel 6.25 kHz FDMA Two channels 6.25 kHz FDMA

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Summary When you go computerized: Understand the genuine contrasts in the innovation that is on offer Understand the permit suggestions Understand the foundation necessities today and tomorrow Make the keen decision

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