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Introduction to Digital Professional Mobile Radio

Introduction to Digital Professional Mobile Radio by Hans-Peter Ketterling
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If you are involved in the planning, design, testing, installation, maintenance, sales, or frequency management of digital PMR equipment and systems, this first-of-its-kind book is a smart choice. Written by one of the key developers of PMR, this essential reference provides comprehensive coverage of digital PMR systems, including the standards APCO 25, TETRA and DIIS and the proprietary systems ASTRO, EDACS, iDEN, MOBITEX II and TETRAPOL. Offering unique insight from the author’s years of experience working with this technology, the book helps you gain a solid understanding of the transition from analogue to digital PMR. It provides you with methods for estimation coverage distance and bandwidth for digital PMR systems.

Moreover, the book includes advanced tools which help you solve difficult technical questions in short time with reasonable accuracy. You are provided with a comparison of the properties of conventional analogue and new digital PMR systems to help support the decision to introduce a new radio communication system. This unique resource features discussions on critical topics not covered in any other book, such as transmitter switching spectrum, real Doppler situations, and real usable frequency economy. It also discusses alternatives to PMR, such as public cellular systems, and concludes with a look at the future of PMR through the year 2010.

Contents:

Foreword. Preface.

PMR roots and user requirements - Short Review of Historical PMR Development. Typical PMR User Groups.

Specific PMR Requirements. Basic PMR System Configurations.

Alternatives to PMR - Traffic Scenarios and Types of Systems. The Competition between PMR and Public Cellular Systems. The Impact of Advanced GSM Versions and UMTS. The Other Alternatives to PMR. Basic PMR Market Structure. The Consequences.

Propagation and Traffic Related Fundamentals of Digital PMR Technology - Basic Propagation Models, Static Path Loss and Link Budget. Propagation in the Mobile Environment. Refined Propagation Model for Large Distances.

Static Path Loss for Small, Medium and Large Distances. Fading and Shadowing - The Dynamic Path Loss. Specific Problems Related to Multipath Propagation. Some Specific Propagation Problems with Digital Transmission. Frequency Economy and Frequency Management. PMR Related Frequency Economy Considerations.

System Design and a Short Introduction to Traffic Theory.

Review of the Basics of Analog PMR Technology - Classical PMR Frequency Bands, Their Use and Properties.

Analog Modulation Techniques. Properties of Conventional Analog PMR Equipment. European Co-Existence Standards for PMR. Modulation Related Aspects of Analog PMR Equipment Design. Selective Calling and Slow Data Transmission Systems. The Way to True Digital PMR Systems.

The Fundamentals of Digital Modulation and Coding - A Tool for Spectrum Evaluation. Baseband Pulse Spectrum Evaluation. Basic Binary Modulation Schemes. Multi-Level and Partial Response Modulation.

Sophisticated PSK Techniques. Sensitivity and Co-Channel Rejection of Digital Receivers. Channel Access and Transmitter Keying. The Fundamental Principles of Error Correction and Channel Equalization. A Short Introduction to Speech Encoding.

An Overview of TETRA - General Structure of Modern Digital Mobile Radio Systems. The ISO-OSI Reference Model. TETRA Standardization. General Properties and the Physical Layer of TETRA V+D. TETRA V+D Services and Key Features. TETRA DMO. TETRA PDO. TETRA Network Configurations. DAWS, MESA and Future TETRA Development.

European and American Standardized Digital PMR Systems - DSRR - The First Attempt of Digital PMR Standardization. DIIS-The New Digital FDMA Standard for PMR. Narrowband PMR. APCO 25 - The North American PMR Standard. Comparison of Standardized PMR Systems. Perspectives of Standardized PMR Systems.

Proprietary Digital PMR Systems - ASTRO. EDACS. Iden. Enhanced Specialized Mobile Radio. TETRAPOL. Narrowband Systems and Reference Vector Equalization. PMR Systems For Data Transmission - ARDIS, MOBITEX And MODACOM. Other Digital PMR Systems. Comparison of Selected Non-Standardized Digital PMR Systems. Perspectives of Proprietary Digital PMR Systems.

Specific PMR Topics - Methods of Measurement for PMR Equipment. Properties of Digital PMR Systems in Comparison to Analog PMR. Interference Scenarios and The Near-Far Problem. Comparison of FDMA with TDMA. Shared Use of Channels. Frequency Band Refarming - The European Frequency Allocation Table.

Migration from Analog to Digital PMR Technology. EMC Issues and Health Risks.

Outlook-PMR in the Decade Until 2010 - The Driving Forces. Future Development of Radio Communication Technology. Long Term Prospects of Digital PMR.

About the Author. Index.

Hans-Peter A. Ketterling is a consultant and author in the field of land mobile radio, operating through his consulting enterprise, Mobile Radio Consulting Berlin. He holds a Dipl.-Ing degree in telecommunications from the Technical University of Berlin.

Artech House; December 2003
351 pages; ISBN 9781580537223
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Title: Introduction to Digital Professional Mobile Radio
Author: Hans-Peter Ketterling