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マーケティング・技術動向:P25およびTETRA LMR

Marketing and Technological Trends: P25 and TETRA LMR

発行 Practel, Inc. 商品コード 169626
出版日 ページ情報 英文 173 Pages
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マーケティング・技術動向:P25およびTETRA LMR Marketing and Technological Trends: P25 and TETRA LMR
出版日: 2013年07月07日 ページ情報: 英文 173 Pages
概要

当レポートは、公共安全通信(PSC)−P25およびTETRAの市場および技術について調査し、両技術の潜在市場予測を地域別に提供しており、P25・TETRA開発のアプローチ、技術仕様、メリットと課題、主要アプリケーションおよび産業の分析を含め、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 潜在市場

  • 情報ソース
  • 手法・前提因子
  • サマリー:TETRA無線の潜在市場
  • 詳細:TETRA無線の潜在市場
    • 世界
    • EU
    • イングランド
    • フランス
    • ドイツ
    • スペイン
    • イタリア
    • 中国
    • インド
    • 東欧
    • アジア(中国・インドを除く)
    • アフリカ
  • P25無線PM

付録A:TETRA開発

  • 概要
  • 主要マイルストーン
  • TETRAの展望:Release I
    • 起源
    • スペクトル規制
    • TETRAとGSM
    • 主要機能
      • 概要
      • 技術概要
      • サービス
    • メリット
    • ネットワーク
    • Release Iの詳細
      • 概要
      • インターフェース
      • インフラ
      • 帯域割当て
      • モバイル
    • セキュリティ
    • サマリー
  • TETRA Release II
    • 歴史
    • 促進因子・ニーズ
    • アプローチ
    • アプリケーション
    • TMO(Trunked Mode Operation)レンジの拡張
    • AMR(Adaptive Multiple Rate)の音声コーデック
    • MELPe(Mixed Excitation Liner Predictive, enhanced)の音声コーデック
    • データサービスの発展
      • TAPS
      • TEDS
    • 比較
    • 標準化の状況
    • R2の主な目的
    • 産業

付録B:標準化プロセス・技術

  • 概要:P25 LMR
    • プロセス
    • 開始
    • プロジェクト25/TIA102:範囲
    • 状況
    • CAP
  • P25開発−フェーズ?
    • 全体的な使命・目標
    • コンプライアンス
    • メリット・課題
    • 技術ハイライト:インターフェース
    • セキュリティ
    • コーディング
    • 周波数帯
    • P25音声メッセージング
    • 主な改善点
    • サービス
    • ネットワークシナリオ
    • サマリー
  • P25−フェーズ?
    • 移行
    • 追加
    • 主要インターフェース:フェーズ?
    • 機能
    • データサービス標準
    • 強化
    • 時間・標準
    • CAP
    • 産業

付録C:P25・TETRA標準化の発展

  • 概要
  • 特徴
  • 修正
  • 北米におけるTETRA
  • FCCのポジション
  • FirstNet
  • 動向
  • 総論

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目次

The report addresses markets and technologies for Public Safety Communications (PSC) - P25 and TETRA. These two standardized LMRs are currently leading the PSC radio market. The report provides the estimate of the Potential Market (PM) for both technologies segmented by various geographical regions.

It also stresses the phased approach for P25 and TETRA developments; and includes the analysis of technologies specifics, their benefits and issues, major applications and the industry.

Both standards are in the development almost for twenty years; but major deployments of networks based on them started only five-six years ago. The pace of such deployments is not satisfying users and governments; besides there are several technological and regulation issues that are being uncovered in the process of developments.

The telecom and PSC organizations have defined Phase II requirements for both LMRs, though there are still multiple interoperability pilots and shipments of equipment did not reach a desirable size.

Meanwhile, the cellular industry identified its leader - LTE technology (and LTE-A). With LTE 3GPP standardization and the development of this technology to satisfy critical communications requirements, the fate of the whole P25/TETRA industry is uncertain in the moment: with a question whether these LMRs are already legacy technology; and will shortly be replaced by mission critical LTE (or some combinations of LTE with P25/TETRA). Both ETSI and U.S. standards organizations are looking for the possible migration paths from current LMRs towards broadband LTE (for example, TIA TR8 is working on P25 over LTE standards including some interfaces; 3GPP included work items in R12, which will address some critical communications features to be added to further integrate them into cellular-based networks; ATIS WTSC's SN and RAN subcommittees and TIA TR8.8 are collaborating on public safety mission critical PTT voice interoperation between LMR and LTE systems.)

So far, the U.S. is ahead of Europe in the process of LTE and PSC integration. The initial practical implications of such integration are not expected before 2016-2017.

Table of Contents

1.0. Introduction

  • 1.1. Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Target Audience

2.0. Potential Market

  • 2.1. Sources
    • 2.1.1. Specifics
    • 2.1.2. Certification
  • 2.2. Method and Assumptions
  • 2.3. Summary: TETRA Radio PM
    • 2.3.1. Characteristics
      • 2.3.1.1. Geography
  • 2.4. Details: TETRA Radio PM
    • 2.4.1. Global
    • 2.4.2. EU
    • 2.4.3. England
    • 2.4.4. France
    • 2.4.5. Germany
    • 2.4.6. Spain
    • 2.4.7. Italy
    • 2.4.8. China
    • 2.4.9. India
    • 2.4.10. E. Europe
    • 2.4.11. Asia (Ex. China & India)
    • 2.4.12. Africa
  • 2.5. P25 Radio PM

Attachment A: TETRA Developments

  • A.1. General
  • A.2. Major Milestones
  • A.3. TETRA: Scope-Release I
    • A.3.1. Origin
    • A.3.2. Spectrum Regulations
    • A.3.3. TETRA and GSM
    • A.3.4. Main Features
      • A.3.4.1. General
      • A.3.4.2. Technical Overview
      • A.3.4.3. Services
    • A.3.5. Benefits
    • A.3.6. Networking
    • A.3.7. Release I Specifics
      • A.3.7.1. General
      • A.3.7.2. Interfaces
      • A.3.7.3. Infrastructure
      • A.3.7.4. Spectrum Allocation
      • A.3.7.5. Mobiles
    • A.3.8. Security
    • A.3.9. Summary
  • A.4. TETRA Release II
    • A.4.1. History
    • A.4.2. Drivers and Needs
    • A.4.3. Approach
    • A.4.4. Applications
    • A.4.5. Trunked Mode Operation (TMO) Range Extension
    • A.4.6. Adaptive Multiple Rate (AMR) Voice Codec
    • A.4.7. Mixed Excitation Liner Predictive, Enhanced (MELPe) Voice Codec
    • A.4.8. Data Services Development
      • A.4.8.1. TAPS
      • A.4.8.2. TEDS
    • A.4.9. Comparison
    • A.4.10. Standardization Status
    • A.4.11. R2 Major Goals
    • A.4.12. Industry
      • A.4.12.1. Market Drivers-Industries-Applications
      • A.4.12.2. Major Players
        • Alcatel-Lucent
        • Axell
        • Auria
        • Artevea Digital
        • Cassidian
        • ClearTone
        • DAMM Cellular
        • EtherStack
        • Groupco
        • Hytera
        • Motorola Solutions
        • Pegasus Network
        • Portalify
        • Rohill
        • Sepura
        • Selex ES
        • Syntech Systems
        • Teltronic
        • Team Simoco
        • Thales
        • Attachment B: Project P25
  • B.1. Standardization Process and Technologies
    • B.1.1. General: P25 LMR
    • B.1.2. Process
    • B.1.3. Beginning
    • B.1.4. Project 25/TIA 102: Scope
      • B.1.4.1. Efforts
      • B.1.4.2. Phased Approach
        • B.1.4.2.1. Phases
        • B.1.4.2.2. Phase I
        • B.1.4.2.3. Phase II
    • B.1.5. Status
    • B.1.6. CAP
  • B.2. P25 Development-Phase I
    • B.2.1. General Mission and Objectives
    • B.2.2. Compliance
    • B.2.3. Benefits and Issues
    • B.2.4. Technical Highlights- Interfaces
      • B.2.4.1. Common Air Interface
      • B.2.4.2. Fixed Station Interface
      • B.2.4.3. Console Sub-system Interface (CSSI)
      • B.2.4.4. RF Sub-system
      • B.2.4.5. Inter-system Interface (ISSI)
        • B.2.4.5.1. ISSI Technology
      • B.2.4.6. Telephone Interconnect Interface
      • B.2.4.7. Network Management Interface
      • B.2.4.8. Host and Network Data Interfaces
      • B.2.4.9. Summary: Interfaces
    • B.2.5. Security
    • B.2.6. Coding
    • B.2.7. Frequency Bands
      • B.2.7.1. Spectrum: Problems
      • B.2.7.2. 700 MHz Band
      • B.2.7.3. FirstNet
    • B.2.8. P25 Voice Messaging
    • B.2.9. Major Improvements
    • B.2.10. Services
    • B.2.11. Network Scenario
    • B.2.12. Summary
  • B.3. P25 Phase II
    • B.3.1. Transition
    • B.3.2. Additions
    • B.3.3. Major Interfaces - Phase II
    • B.3.4. Attributes
    • B.3.5. Data Services Standards
    • B.3.6. Enhancements
    • B.3.7. Time and Standards
    • B.3.8. CAP
    • B.3.9. Industry
      • B.3.9.1. General
      • B.3.9.2. Market Drivers
      • B.3.9.3. Developments
      • B.3.9.4. Statistics
      • B.3.9.5. Major Vendors of P25 Equipment
        • Avtec
        • Catalyst
        • Cassidian Communications
        • Daniels (acquired by Coden in 2012)
        • Datron
        • Digital Voice System
        • EF Johnson (Acquired by FP-EF Holding in 2010)
        • Etherstack
        • Groupco
        • Harris
        • Kenwood
        • Midland
        • Motorola Solutions
        • Northern Airborne
        • Objective Interface Systems
        • PowerTrunk
        • Pyramid Communications
        • Relm
        • Raytheon JPS
        • Simoco
        • Technisonic Industries
        • Thales
        • Tait Electronics
        • Vertex Standard
        • Westel
        • Wireless Pacific
        • Attachment C: P25 and TETRA Standards Evolution
  • C.1. General
  • C.2. Characteristics
  • C.3. Modifications
  • C.4. TETRA in North America
  • C.5. FCC Position
  • C.5. FirstNet
  • C.6. Trend
  • Conclusions

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: Illustration of TETRA Market Geography (2012)
  • Figure 2: PM: Global TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 3: PM: Global TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 4: PM: EU TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 5: PM: EU TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 6: PM: England TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 7: PM: England TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 8: PM: France TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 9: PM: France TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 10: PM: Germany TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 11: PM: Germany TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 12: PM: Spain TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 13: PM: Spain TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 14: PM: Italy TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 15: PM: Italy TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 16: PM: China TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 17: PM: China TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 18: PM: India TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 19: PM: India TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 20: PM: E. Europe TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 21: PM: E. Europe TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 22: PM: Asia (Excluding China & India) TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 23: PM: Asia (Excluding China & India) TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 24: PM: Africa TETRA PSC ($B)
  • Figure 25: PM: Africa TETRA Commercial ($B)
  • Figure 26: P25 Geography
  • Figure 27: PM: NA PSC P25 Radio ($B)
  • Figure 28: TETRA and Critical Communications Association Structure
  • Figure 29: TETRA Release I
  • Figure 30: TETRA Interworking Illustration
  • Figure 31: TETRA Interoperability Interfaces
  • Figure 32: Network Scenarios
  • Figure 33: TETRA Release I Interfaces
  • Figure 34: TETRA: Spectrum Allocation
  • Figure 35: TETRA R2 Data Services
  • Figure 36: Directions
  • Figure 37: TAPS
  • Figure 38: TEDS RF Channel Characteristics
  • Figure 39: Spectral Efficiency
  • Figure 40: Rates and Range
  • Figure 41: TETRA TEDS Characteristics
  • Figure 42: TETRA Segmentation by Industries (2012)
  • Figure 43: APCO Project 25 Interface Committee
  • Figure 44: Generic-Structure of P25 System
  • Figure 45: P25 System - Major Interfaces
  • Figure 46: ISSI-P25 System-to-System
  • Figure 47: ISSI-Roaming
  • Figure 48: State and Local PSC Spectrum
  • Figure 49: Revised Frequency Plan
  • Figure 50: Revised Spectrum (Upper 700 MHz sub-band)
  • Figure 51: 700 MHz Auction
  • Figure 52: Example-Network Scenario
  • Figure 53: Family
  • Figure 54: CAI Details
  • Figure 55: Capacity
  • Figure 56: Vocoders
  • Figure 57: P25 Radio Major Applications (2012)
  • Figure 58: Phased Approach - TETRA and P25

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: Summary ($B)
  • Table 2: TETRA Established
  • Table 3: TETRA Release I-Major Characteristics
  • Table 4: TETRA Needs
  • Table 5: Applications (Release II)
  • Table 6: Evolution of TETRA Applications
  • Table 7: P25 R1 Benefits and Issues
  • Table 8: CAI Characteristics
  • Table 9: PSR Bands
  • Table 10: P25 Services
  • Table 11: Phase II Modulation
  • Table 12: Time - Narrowbanding
  • Table 13: Phase II Documentation
  • Table 14: Structure of Shipping
  • Table 15: Work Items
  • Table 16: Schedule
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