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Definitive TETRA  |    A 2 day training course

TETRA training course description

This 2 day training course covers the network architecture required for TETRA. It also looks at the Air Interface, TETRA Functions and Procedures.

What will you learn
  • Describe the TETRA Architecture
  • Describe the Air Interface
  • Explain the TETRA Functions
  • Explain the TETRA Procedures
TETRA training course details
  • Who will benefit:
  • Anyone working with TETRA.

  • Prerequisites:
  • None.

  • Duration
  • 2 days

  • Dates & prices
  • Click here

TETRA training course contents

  • Introduction
  • History of PMR, ETSI development, Tetra function, Tetra markets, Tetra standards, Tetra supplier base, Tetra Release 1, Tetra Release 2.

  • Network Architecture
  • Mobile network Identity, Mobile stations, Base station, Switching & Management, Addresses & Identitie.

  • Air Interface
  • Modulation, TDMA Format, FD, Framin, Burst format, Traffic Channel TCH, Dedicated Channel DCC, Common Control Channel CCC, Signalling Channel SCH, Logical Control mapping LCM, Protocol stack, Voice coded.

  • TETRA Functions
  • Trunked mode operation, User hierarchies, Individual calling, Group calling, Supplementary services, Voice and Data, Data services, Direct mode operation, Tetra WAP, Circuit mode priorities, Circuit mode data, Packet mode data, Discrete and Ambient listening. Automatic vehicle locator.

  • TETRA Procedures
  • MS operational modes, Mobility management, Cell selection, Security & Authentication, Decryption options, Cell setup, Channel assignment, Network management – internal, Network management –external, PSTN Gateway, ISDN Gateway, Control Room Gateway.

Learning path



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"Excellent presentation - very good course structure."

J. S. - Framestore CFC

"Hard concepts were explained very simply."

Training approach

This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.