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ETSI - TR 102 884

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) General System Design

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 March 2011
Status: inactive
Page Count: 50
scope:

The present document covers digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) equipment using FDMA technology with channel spacing of 6,25 kHz supporting voice and data applications capable of operating in the existing licensed land mobile service frequency bands below 1 000 MHz.

The present document includes the baseband signal processing parameters of the Physical Layer (PL) and the protocol structure at the air interface. The protocol supports different levels of functionality from peer to peer mode to managed base station access mode: The equipment is based on FDMA with channel spacing of 6,25 kHz supporting voice and data applications.

dPMR equipment is designed to be compliant with the appropriate harmonized standard for spectrum use, EN 301 166-2 [i.4].

Scope of TS 102 490

The present document covers digital private mobile radio equipment operating in peer-to- peer mode only. It covers only handportable equipment complying with EN 301 166-2 [i.4] and having an integral antenna.

This equipment is for use:

i) In accordance with ECC/DEC/(05)12 [i.7] on harmonized frequencies, technical characteristics, exemption from individual licensing and free carriage and use of digital PMR446 applications operating in the frequency band 446,100 MHz to 446,200 MHz. The equipment conforms to the technical requirements for Digital PMR 446 included in ECC/DEC/(05)12 [i.7]. This permits operation in the frequency range 446,100 MHz to 446,200 MHz, maximum e.r.p of 500 mW, and a maximum transmitter time-out-time of 180 seconds.

ii) In the frequency band 149,01875 MHz to 149,11875 MHz under exemption from individual licensing. This permits a maximum e.r.p of 500 mW, and a maximum transmitter time-out-time of 180 seconds.

Scope of TS 102 658

The present document supports different levels of functionality from peer to peer mode to managed base station access mode:

Mode 1 Peer to peer (direct mode) operation without Base Stations or infrastructure.

Mode 2 dPMR systems incorporating one or more Base Stations for repeating or providing system gateways.

Mode 3 dPMR systems operating under a managed access mode in systems incorporating one or more Base Stations.

All three modes of operation of the present air interface are designed to be compliant with the appropriate harmonized standard for spectrum use, EN 301 166-2 [i.4]. A polite spectrum access protocol for sharing the physical channel has also been specified.

Document History

November 1, 2018
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) General System Design
General The present document covers digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) equipment using FDMA technology with channel spacing of 6,25 kHz supporting voice and data applications capable of operating...
February 1, 2013
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) General System Design
The present document covers digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) equipment using FDMA technology with channel spacing of 6,25 kHz supporting voice and data applications capable of operating in the...
TR 102 884
March 1, 2011
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) General System Design
The present document covers digital Private Mobile Radio (dPMR) equipment using FDMA technology with channel spacing of 6,25 kHz supporting voice and data applications capable of operating in the...

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