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Table

of

Contents

1Radio

System

Concepts

1-1

1.1What

is

a

Radio

System?

1-1

1.1.1Basic

System

Components

 

1-1

 

Radio

System 1.1.1.1

Equipment

1-1

Radio

System 1.1.1.2

Range

1-2

1.1.2Communication

Types

 

1-3

 

1.1.2.1

Simplex

1-3

1.1.2.2

Semi-Duplex

1-3

1.1.2.3

Duplex

1-4

1.1.3Call

Types

 

1-4

 

1.1.3.1

Talkgroup

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.2

Multigroup

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.3

Announcement

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.4

Emergency

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.5

Ruthless

Preemption

1-5

1.1.3.6

Direct

Mode

Operation

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.7

Site

Wide

Calls

1-5

1.1.3.8

Private

Calls

1-6

1.1.3.9

Individual

Calls

1-6

1.1.4Basic

Site

Components

 

1-6

 

Site 1.1.4.1

Controller

(SC)

1-6

Base 1.1.4.2

Stations

(BTS)

1-6

Control 1.1.4.3

Channel

(CC)

1-7

Traffic 1.1.4.4

Channel

(TCH)

1-8

1.1.5Radios

 

1-8

1.1.6Call

Processing

Basics

1-8

 

1.1.6.1

Conventional

and

Trunked

Radio

Systems

1-8

Conventional 1.1.6.1.1

System

Operation

1-9

Trunked 1.1.6.1.2

System

Operation

1-9

1.1.6.2

Radio

System

Users

1-11

Radio 1.1.6.2.1

Users

1-11

Talkgroups 1.1.6.2.2

1-11

Multigroups 1.1.6.2.3

1-12

1.1.7Tracing

a

Basic

Call

 

1-12

1.2Multiple

Site

Trunked

Systems

1-15

1.2.1Major

System

Components

 

1-16

 

RF 1.2.1.1

Sites

1-16

Mobile 1.2.1.2

Switching

Office

(MSO)

1-17

1.2.2Modes

of

Operation

 

1-18

 

Wide 1.2.2.1

Area

Trunking

with

Interzone

Trunking

1-18

Fall 1.2.2.2

Back

Modes

1-18

1.2.2.2.1

Zone

Isolated

Wide

Area

Trunking

1-19

Site 1.2.2.2.2

Local

Trunking

1-19

Mode 1.2.2.2.3

Direct

Operation

(DMO)

1-19

1.3Multizone

Systems

1-19

1.3.1Requirements

for

Multizone

Communication

 

1-20

 

Home 1.3.1.1

Zone

Mapping

1-20

Controlling 1.3.1.2

Zone

1-21

Participating 1.3.1.3

Zone

1-21

1.3.2Interzone

Group

Service

Availability

 

1-21

1.3.3Where

Calls

Occur

1-21

 

1.3.3.1

Single

Site

1-21

i

System

Overview

 

1.3.3.2

Zone

1-21

1.3.3.3

Multizones

1-22

2Dimetra

IP

System

Technology

2-1

2.1Terrestrial

Trunked

Radio

(TETRA)

 

2-1

2.1.1Spectrum

Management

2-2

2.1.2Pi/4-DQPSK

Modulation

2-3

2.1.3ACELP

oice

V

Compression

2-3

2.1.4Time

Division

Multiple

Access

2-4

 

TDMA 2.1.4.1

for

Dimetra

IP

Base

Stations

2-4

TDMA 2.1.4.2

for

Dimetra

IP

Radios

2-4

2.2Network

Technology

 

2-5

2.2.1Local

Area

Network

2-5

 

Ethernet 2.2.1.1

Technology

2-5

Star 2.2.1.2

Topology

2-6

2.2.1.3

10Base-T

and

100Base-T

2-6

Virtual 2.2.1.4

LANs

2-6

Switched 2.2.1.5

Ethernet

2-6

2.2.2Wide

Area

Network

 

2-7

 

2.2.2.1

E1

Carrier

2-7

2.2.2.2

X.21

Link

2-8

2.2.2.3

Frame

Relay

2-8

2.2.3Cooperative

WAN

Routing

(CWR)

 

2-9

2.2.4Ethernet

Site

Links

2-10

2.3Digital

Motorola

Enhanced

Trunked

Radio

(Dimetra)

 

2-12

2.3.1Dimetra

IP

System

Components

 

2-12

2.3.2Dimetra

IP

System

Core

 

2-12

2.3.3Unicast

Routing

2-13

2.3.4Multicast

Routing

2-13

2.3.5Call

Model

2-14

2.3.6Traffic

Planes

2-16

 

2.3.6.1

oice

V

Control

Plane

2-16

2.3.6.2

Audio

Plane

2-17

2.3.6.3

Data

Plane

2-17

2.3.6.4

Network

Management

Plane

2-17

2.4End-to-End

Secure

Communication

 

2-18

2.5System

Summary

2-19

3Dimetra

IP

System

Components

3-1

3.1Mobile

Switching

Office

(MSO)

 

3-1

3.1.1System

Server

3-1

 

3.1.1.1

Types

of

the

System

Server

 

3-2

3.1.2Zone

Controller

 

3-2

3.1.3Network

Management

Subsystem

 

3-3

 

Network 3.1.3.1

Management

Servers

 

3-5

Transport 3.1.3.2

Network

Performance

Server

3-5

Operations 3.1.3.3

Support

Systems

 

3-6

Fault 3.1.3.3.1

Management

at

the

Zone

Level

3-6

Configuration 3.1.3.3.2

Management

at

the

Zone

Level

 

3-6

Performance 3.1.3.3.3

Management

 

3-6

Security 3.1.3.3.4

Management

at

the

Zone

Level

3-7

Network 3.1.3.3.5

Management

at

the

Cluster

OSS

3-7

Fault 3.1.3.3.6

Management

at

the

Cluster

OSS

3-7

Configuration 3.1.3.3.7

Management

at

the

Cluster

OSS

3-7

Performance 3.1.3.3.8

Management

at

the

Cluster

OSS

3-7

Security 3.1.3.3.9

Management

at

the

Zone

and

Cluster

OSS

3-8

3.1.3.3.10

Multicluster

Network

Management

3-8

ii

3.1.4Data

Subsystem

 

3-8

3.1.4.1

Data

Gateway

3-8

3.1.4.1.1

Packet

Data

Router

(PDR)

3-9

3.1.4.1.2

Radio

Network

Gateway

(RNG)

3-9

3.1.4.1.3

Short

Data

Router

(SDR)

3-9

3.1.4.1.4

Gateway

GPRS

Support

Node

Routers

(GGSN

Routers)

3-9

3.1.5VPN

Gateway

 

3-9

3.1.6Telephone

Interconnect

Subsystem

 

3-10

Motorola 3.1.6.1

Telephone

Interconnect

Gateway

3-11

Echo 3.1.6.2

Canceller

 

3-12

Enhanced 3.1.6.3

Telephone

Gateway

(ETG)

3-12

3.1.7Provisioning

and

Authentication

Centre

3-12

Provisioning 3.1.7.1

Centre

(PrC)

 

3-12

Clear 3.1.7.2

Provisioning

Centre

(Clear

PrC)

3-12

Authentication 3.1.7.3

Centre

(AuC)

3-13

3.1.8Network

Time

Server

(NTS)

3-13

3.2Network

Transport

Subsystem

3-13

3.2.1Switches

3-15

Core 3.2.1.1

LAN

Switch

3-15

Backhaul 3.2.1.2

Switch

3-16

3.2.2Combined

Router

 

3-16

3.2.2.1

Gateway

GPRS

Support

Node

3-17

3.2.3CWR

Patch

Panel

3-17

3.3Remote

Sites

3-17

3.3.1Base

Transceiver

Station

(BTS)

 

3-17

MTS 3.3.1.1

LiTE

3-18

MTS 3.3.1.2

1

3-19

MTS 3.3.1.3

2

3-20

MTS 3.3.1.4

4

3-21

Redundant 3.3.1.5

Base

Station

Site

Link

3-22

Site 3.3.1.6

Controller

(SC)

 

3-22

Base 3.3.1.7

Radio

3-23

Breaker 3.3.1.8

Panel

3-24

3.3.2Control

Sites

3-24

3.3.2.1

Dispatch

Subsystem

3-25

Dispatch 3.3.2.1.1

Console

PC

 

3-27

Equipment 3.3.2.1.2

connected

to

the

Dispatch

Console

PC

3-27

Desktop

Speakers

3-27

Desk

Microphone

3-27

Footswitch

 

3-27

Emergency

Beacon

3-27

3.3.2.1.3

Logging

System

3-28

MCC

7500

Archiving

Interface

Server

3-29

Logging

Recorder

 

3-29

Replay

Station

3-29

Conventional 3.3.2.1.4

Channel

Gateway

(CCGW)

 

3-30

Secure 3.3.2.1.5

Dispatch

System

(End-to-End

Encryption

(E2EE))

3-30

End-2-End

Encryption

(E2EE)

Call

Logging

 

3-31

 

E2EE

Call

Logging

Servers

3-31

3.4Radios

3-31

3.4.1MTH800

3-32

3.4.2MTP850

3-33

3.4.3MTP850

S

3-34

3.4.4MTP830

S

3-35

3.4.5MTP850Ex

(ATEX)

3-35

iii

System

Overview

3.4.6MTP810Ex

(ATEX)

3-36

3.4.7CEP400

3-37

3.4.8TCR1000

3-38

3.4.9MTM800

Enhanced

3-38

3.4.10MTM5400

3-39

3.4.11CM5000

3-39

3.4.12MTC100

PDA

3-40

4Dimetra

IP

Data

Management

4-1

4.1Radio

System

Databases

4-1

4.1.1Call

Processing

Information

4-1

4.1.1.1

User

Configuration

Server

Database

4-1

4.1.1.2

Zone

Database

Server

4-1

4.1.1.3

Home

Location

Register

4-2

4.1.1.4

Visitor

Location

Register

4-2

4.1.1.5

Zone

Local

Database

4-2

Radio 4.1.1.6

Control

Manager

(RCM)

Database

4-2

Affiliation 4.1.1.7

Database

4-2

4.1.1.8

Radio

User

Information

4-2

4.1.2Fault

Management

Information

4-3

4.1.3Statistical

Data

4-3

 

4.1.3.1

Zone

Statistics

Server

Database

4-3

4.1.4Database

Summary

4-3

4.1.5Hierarchical

View

4-4

 

4.1.6Server

Interaction

4-5

5Dimetra

IP

Call

Processing

5-1

 

5.1Configuration

Information

5-1

5.1.1Static

User

Configuration

5-1

Default 5.1.1.1

Records

5-2

Identification 5.1.1.2

Numbers

5-3

5.1.1.2.1

Programming

ID

Numbers

5-3

5.1.1.3

Home

Zones

5-3

5.1.1.4

Radio

Identification

5-4

5.1.1.5

Radio

User

5-5

5.1.1.6

Profiles

5-5

Capabilities 5.1.1.6.1

Radio

User

Profile

5-5

Valid 5.1.1.6.2

Radio

User

Sites

Profile

5-6

Radio

Interconnect 5.1.1.6.3

User

Profile

5-6

Templates 5.1.1.7

5-6

Updates 5.1.1.8

Configuration

5-6

Talkgroup 5.1.1.9

5-6

5.1.1.9.1

TG/MG

Capabilities

Profile

5-6

5.1.1.10

Multigroup

5-7

5.1.1.10.1

TG/MG

Valid

Sites

Profile

5-7

5.1.2Infrastructure

Configuration

5-7

 

5.1.2.1

Source

Site

Adjacent

Control

Channel

5-7

5.2Mobility

Management

5-8

5.2.1Mobility

as

viewed

by

the

Radio

5-8

5.2.2Mobility

as

viewed

by

the

Fixed

Network

Equipment

5-8

 

5.2.3How

the

Location

Registers

are

created

5-8

5.3Call

Processing

5-10

5.3.1Controlling

Zone

5-11

 

5.3.2Call

Types

5-13

5.4Group-Based

Services

5-13

5.4.1Talkgroup

Call

5-13

 

5.4.1.1

Intrazone

Talkgroup

Call

5-13

iv

Call 5.4.1.1.1

Request

5-13

Call 5.4.1.1.2

Setup

5-14

Call 5.4.1.1.3

Grant

5-15

Intrazone 5.4.1.1.4

Talkgroup

Call

Audio

Routing

5-15

Talkgroup 5.4.1.1.5

Call

Continuation

and

Teardown

5-16

5.4.1.2

Interzone

Talkgroup

Call

5-16

Interzone 5.4.1.2.1

Talkgroup

Call

Request

5-17

Interzone 5.4.1.2.2

Talkgroup

Call

Setup

5-17

Interzone 5.4.1.2.3

Talkgroup

Call

Audio

Routing

5-18

Interzone 5.4.1.2.4

Talkgroup

Call

Continuation

and

Teardown

5-18

Roaming 5.4.1.2.5

During

a

Talkgroup

Call

5-18

5.4.2Announcement

Call

5-19

5.4.2.1

Multi-Select

(MSEL)

and

Patch

Calls

5-19

5.4.3Emergency

Services

5-19

5.4.3.1

Emergency

Alarm

5-19

5.4.3.2

Emergency

Call

5-20

5.4.4Site

Wide

Calls

5-20

5.4.5Talkgroup

Scanning

5-20

5.5Individual

Call

Services

5-21

5.5.1Private

Call

Request

5-21

Private 5.5.1.1

Call

Request

Flow

5-22

Intrazone 5.5.1.2

Private

Call

Audio

Flow,

Call

Continuation,

and

Teardown

5-23

Roaming 5.5.1.3

During

a

Private

Call

5-24

Full-Duplex 5.5.1.4

Private

Calls

5-24

5.5.2Telephone

Interconnect

5-24

Relationship 5.5.2.1

between

Components

5-25

Configuration 5.5.2.2

5-25

5.5.2.2.1

Limiting

Access

to

Interconnection

Services

5-26

Limiting

Interconnect

Calls

Through

Radio

and

User

Configuration

5-26

Individual

Interconnect

Profiles

5-26

Limiting

Interconnect

through

Infrastructure

Configuration

5-26

Enabling

or

Disabling

Interconnect

Based

on

Shared

Service

5-26

Limiting

Interconnect

Call

Duration

at

the

Zone

Level

5-26

5.5.2.2.2

Call

Setup

Restrictions

5-26

5.5.2.2.3

Radio-to-Landline

Interconnect

Calls

5-27

Call

Setup

5-27

5.5.2.2.4

Landline-to-Radio

Interconnect

Calls

5-28

Telephone 5.5.2.3

Interconnect

Call

Continuation/Call

Maintenance

5-28

Telephone 5.5.2.4

Interconnect

Call

Termination

and

Call

Teardown

5-29

Radio-Initiated 5.5.2.4.1

Termination

During

Active

Interconnect

Call

5-29

Landline 5.5.2.4.2

Initiated

Termination

During

Active

Interconnect

Call

5-29

System 5.5.2.4.3

Initiated

Interconnect

Call

Termination

5-29

5.5.2.5

Roaming

During

a

Telephone

Interconnect

Call

5-29

an 5.5.2.5.1

Roaming

During

Active

Interconnect

Call

5-29

Roaming 5.5.2.5.2

during

queuing

of

Telephone

Interconnect

Call

5-30

Roaming 5.5.2.5.3

While

Ringing

for

Landline-to-Radio

Call

5-30

5.6Packet

Data

Service

5-30

5.6.1Packet

Data

Service

Initiation

5-31

5.6.2Data

Prioritization

5-31

5.6.3Multislot

Packet

Data

5-32

5.6.4Dynamic

Data

Channel

5-32

5.7Short

Data

Services

5-33

5.7.1Short

Data

Store

and

Forward

5-34

5.7.2SDS

in

Local

Site

Trunking

5-34

5.8Authentication

and

Air

Interface

Encryption

5-34

v

System

Overview

5.8.1Authentication

 

5-35

5.8.2Air

Interface

Encryption

 

5-35

 

5.8.2.1

Security

Classes

5-36

Class 5.8.2.1.1

Security

1(SC1)

5-36

Class 5.8.2.1.2

Security

2

(SC2)

5-36

Encryption

with

the

Static

Cipher

Key

(SCK)

5-36

5.8.2.1.3

Security

Class

3

(SC3)

5-37

Encryption

with

the

Derived

Cipher

Key

(DCK)

5-37

Encryption

with

the

Common

Cipher

Key

(CCK)

5-37

5.8.2.1.4

Security

Class

3G

(SC3G)

5-37

5.9Busy

Call

Handling

 

5-37

5.9.1Priority

Levels

5-38

5.9.2Group

Call

Busies

5-38

 

AllStart 5.9.2.1

5-38

FastStart 5.9.2.2

5-38

5.9.3Private

Call

Busies

 

5-39

5.9.4Typical

Reasons

for

Rejects

 

5-39

5.10Effects

of

Loss

of

Service

on

 

Call

Processing

5-40

5.10.1Loss

of

Service

within

a

Zone

5-40

5.10.2Conditions

Necessary

for

Interzone

Trunking

5-40

 

5.10.2.1

Interzone

Group

Service

Availability

5-41

5.10.2.1.1

Example

1

5-41

5.10.2.2

Interzone

Individual

Service

Availability

5-42

Conditions 5.10.2.2.1

for

Interzone

Unit

to

Unit

Calls

5-42

Example 5.10.2.2.2

1

5-42

Example 5.10.2.2.3

2

5-43

5.11Interference

Detection

5-44

5.12Zone

Controller

Switchover

in

Redundant

Configuration

5-45

5.12.1Automatic

Switchover

 

5-45

5.12.2User-Initiated

Switchover

 

5-46

5.12.3System

Behavior

During

Automatic

Switchover

5-46

 

5.12.3.1

Possible

Call

Processing

Behavior

During

Recovery

5-47

5.12.3.1.1

Radio

Scatter

5-47

5.12.3.2

Switching

Back

to

the

Standby

Controller

(User

Initiated)

5-48

5.12.3.2.1

Infrastructure

Database

Download

5-48

6Dimetra

IP

System

Features

6-1

6.1V

oice

Services

6-1

6.1.1Group

Call

 

6-1

6.1.2Announcement

Call

6-1

6.1.3Emergency

Call

6-1

6.1.4Individual

Call

(Semi-Duplex

or

Full-Duplex)

6-1

6.1.5Telephone

Interconnect

Call

6-2

6.2Data

Services

 

6-2

6.2.1Status

Transfer

Service

 

6-2

6.2.2Emergency

Alarm

 

6-2

6.2.3Short

Data

Transport

Service

 

6-3

6.2.4Alphanumeric

Text

Service

6-3

6.2.5Packet

Data

Service

 

6-3

6.2.6Data

Resilience

6-4

6.3Supplementary

Services

6-4

6.3.1Busy

Queuing

and

Call

Back

6-4

6.3.2Queuing

Priority

 

6-4

6.3.3Call

Out

6-5

6.3.4Recent

User

Priority

6-5

6.3.5Dynamic

Site

Assignment

 

6-5

vi

6.3.6All

Start/Fast

Start

 

6-5

6.3.7Critical

Site

Assignment

6-5

6.3.8Talking

Party

Identification

 

6-6

6.3.9Calling

Line

Identification

Presentation

 

6-6

6.3.10Dual

Tone

Multi-Frequency

Overdial

6-6

6.3.11Late

Entry

 

6-6

6.3.12Priority

Monitor

6-6

6.3.13Preemptive

Priority

Call

6-6

6.3.14Preemptive

Priority

Call

-

Busy

User

Preemption

6-7

6.3.15Site

Wide

Call

 

6-7

6.3.16Barring

of

Outgoing

Calls

(BOC)

 

6-7

6.3.17Barring

of

Incoming

Calls

(BIC)

 

6-7

6.3.18Requested

Sites

 

6-7

6.3.19Control

Channel

Immunity

 

6-7

6.3.20Energy

Economy

Mode

 

6-8

6.3.21SDR

Audit

Logging

6-8

6.4Call

Logging

features

6-8

6.4.1Central

oice

V

Logging

 

6-9

6.5Redundancy

of

Critical

Components

 

6-9

6.6Local

Gateway

Trunking

 

6-10

6.7Mobility

Features

6-10

6.7.1Extended

Range

6-10

6.7.2Subscriber

Class

6-11

6.7.3Valid

Sites

6-11

6.7.4Common

Secondary

Control

Channel

 

6-11

6.8Console

Operator

Features

 

6-11

6.8.1Assignable

Talkgroups

6-11

6.8.2Assignable

Speakers

and

Audio

Summing

 

6-11

6.8.3Repeat

Disable

 

6-12

6.8.4Temporary

Disable

6-12

6.8.5Permanent

Disable

6-12

6.8.6Trunking

System

Status

6-12

6.8.7Console

Priority

6-12

6.8.8Status

Message

Display

6-13

6.8.9All

Mute

6-13

6.8.10Instant

Transmit

6-13

6.8.11Safety

Switch

6-13

6.8.12Intelligent

Call

Indicator

6-13

6.8.13Supervisory

Console

User

 

6-13

6.8.14Console

Multi-Select

 

6-14

6.8.15All

Points

Bulletin

Transmission

 

6-14

6.8.16Console

Patch

 

6-14

6.8.17Conventional

Channel

Patch

6-14

6.8.18Console

Acoustic

Cross-Mute

 

6-14

6.8.19Ambience

Listening