ETSI - TR 102 300-5
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA); Voice plus Data (V+D); Designers' guide; Part 5: Guidance on numbering and addressing
|Publication Date:||1 June 2015|
The present document gives guidance on TETRA numbering.
The TETRA technology is a method of mobile communication that meets the needs of a broad range of applications. In order to support these roles it offers an increased range of methods of numbering by comparison with the widely used GSM technology. Whilst GSM is optimized to carry out a limited range of functions both cheaply and efficiently, TETRA offers an alternative for those operations for which the requirements are more complex.
The present document offers a summary of:
- The most widely used methods of numbering and addressing which are available in TETRA E.218 [i.16].
- The relationship to the numbering systems of the other major mobile and fixed technologies (E.164 [i.4] and E.212 [i.5]).
- The manner in which the numbers should be used in private and public applications.
- How the numbers are dialled in various applications of the technology.
Two stage signalling, as described in ETSI ETS 300 392-4-1 [i.2], annex A and DTMF signalling for any purpose as described in ETSI EN 300 392-2 [i.9], clause 22.214.171.124.5, is outside the scope of the present document.
The User Interfaces that may exist to support the user entering the numbers that may exist are outside the scope of the present document.