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Course Code: PR1302
The topics covered in this course will enable those working in radio system design, specification and optimization to plan and configure DMR networks. The course contains detailed descriptions of the key aspects of the DMR radio link including higher-layer signalling, protocol interactions and media processing aspects as well as lower-layer functions such as modulation, radio performance and channel coding.
Engineers working or involved in radio system design who require a detailed understanding of the planning, optimization and configuration aspects of Tier I, Tier II and Tier III DMR systems.
Familiarity with the principles and techniques of designing mobile radio systems, or previous attendance on the Radio System Design course (RP1101).
Introduction to DMR specifications
DMR voice, short data and data services
Tier I, Tier II and Tier III operation and functionality
DMR frequency allocation
DMR numbering and dialling plans
Overview of the protocol architecture
Air interface Physical Layer (layer 1)
Data Link Layer (layer 2)
Call Control Layer (layer 3)
Random Access procedures
Control channel acquisition and retention
Registration, power save and authentication
Capacity and coverage planning
DMR Transmitter and receiver performance
Message, transmission and quasi-transmission trunking