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TetraFlex release 7.70
Feature List
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Revision Record
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Author
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Date
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Pages Affected
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Brief Description of Change
SwMI initiated location updating without group
reporting not is supported.
IOP 001-18 test cases added to Circuit mode data
features. Bitrates removed from table.
Dispatcher: French and Portuguese removed from the
supported language list. Support for Unified SSI
added.
SIP: µ-law added.
Bridge via RTP connection for Analog systems
added.
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Group Bridge: Tested Tetra Radio Devices added.
MJPEG video server in the client
Windows Client added
System size of Terminal GW added.
“Enhanced version” renamed to “big version”.
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Table of Contents
1.
CORE ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.
SDS ............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.
DGNA ........................................................................................................................................................................ 8
4.
AUTHENTICATION ............................................................................................................................................... 9
5.
PACKET DATA ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
6.
AIR INTERFACE MIGRATION ......................................................................................................................... 11
7.
FLEET SPECIFIC SHORT NUMBERING......................................................................................................... 11
8.
TESTING REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................... 11
9.
AMBIENCE LISTENING ..................................................................................................................................... 11
10.
END-TO-END ENCRYPTION ............................................................................................................................. 12
11.
AIR INTERFACE ENCRYPTION ....................................................................................................................... 12
12.
SERVICE INTERACTION ................................................................................................................................... 13
13.
ENABLE/DISABLE ............................................................................................................................................... 14
14.
TETRA KEY DISTRIBUTION............................................................................................................................. 15
15.
CALL AUTHORIZED BY DISPATCHER ......................................................................................................... 15
16.
AIR TO GROUND ................................................................................................................................................. 15
17.
RADIO USER ASSIGNMENT .............................................................................................................................. 15
18.
CIRCUIT MODE DATA CALL ........................................................................................................................... 16
19.
LOCATION INFORMATION PROTOCOL ...................................................................................................... 16
20.
CALL FORWARDING .......................................................................................................................................... 16
21.
CALLOUT .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
MULTI-ORGANIZATION ...........................................................................................................................................17
DISPATCHER .............................................................................................................................................................17
SIP ............................................................................................................................................................................18
LOG SERVER ............................................................................................................................................................19
APPLICATION SERVER .............................................................................................................................................19
SNMP .......................................................................................................................................................................19
GROUP BRIDGE ........................................................................................................................................................19
TETRAFLEX ANDROID CLIENT................................................................................................................................20
TETRAFLEX WINDOWS CLIENT ..............................................................................................................................20
SYSTEM SIZE ............................................................................................................................................................21
ETSI REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................................22
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Core
SwMI supports the following core features:
(Reference: IOP 001-01 v 3.0.0)
Registration
ITSI attach
ITSI attach including group attachment
SwMI initiated location updating without group reporting
SwMI initiated location updating with group reporting
De-registration
SwMI can be configured to support multiple cells per LA
SwMI assigns LA timer in location updating
Group Management
Single group attachment
Attachment
Null group attachment
Change of selected group
Background group attachment
Multiple group attachment
MS initiated group detachment
SwMI initiated group management
SwMI initiated Temporary group management
Group call
Normal group call
Late entry
Group call setup, resource queuing
Pre-emptive speech item request, non pre-emptive transmission request queuing.
If more then N Mobiles are PTT queued, the N+1 Mobile will be rejected. The
current value of N is 2.
Pre-emptive speech item request, non pre-emptive transmission request rejection
Group call disconnection by call owner MS
(Group calls can be disconnected by the Dispatcher)
Group call – SwMI changes requested call priority
Group Scanning
Group scanning, receiving group call to group which is scanned but not selected
Priority group scanning, MS moves to selected group call
Priority group scanning, MS moves to higher scanned group call
Group Call, pre-emptive priority, resource pre-emption
Pre-emption of busy user in an individual call, accepted
Pre-emption of busy user in group call, accepted
Pre-emption on busy user, rejected (MS feature)
1.1
1.2
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.4
1.5-6
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
2.1.2,4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.7-8
2.2.1-3
2.2.5
2.3.1-2
2.4.1
2.4.2-3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3.5
3.6
No
No
3.7
Yes
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Usage of temporary address for group area extension
Usage of temporary address for call to multiple groups (Group Includes)
Group call set-up, resource queuing in priority order; queued calls of different
priority
Group call set-up, resource queuing in priority order; SwMI assigns priority for
the queued calls
Broadcast group call to group address (MS requesting a Broadcast Call).
(SwMI call request modifying from P2MP to Broadcast is not supported)
Manual keyed in group number (P2P to P2MP modification)
SwMI supports Call Ownership Assignment
Individual call
Semi-duplex individual call
Individual hook call setup
Individual direct call setup
Individual call setup, resource queuing
Pre-emptive speech item request, non pre-emptive transmission request Queuing
Pre-emptive speech item request, non pre-emptive transmission request rejection
Pre-emptive priority individual call, resource pre-emption
Pre-emptive priority individual call to user in individual call – accepted by MS
Individual call set-up, resource queuing in priority-time order; queued calls of
equal requested priority
Individual call set-up, resource queuing in priority-time order; SwMI assigns
equal priority to queued calls
Individual call set-up, resource queuing in priority-time order; queued calls of
different priority
Individual call set-up, resource queuing in priority-time order; queued calls of
different priority, SwMI assigns priority for the queued calls
Pre-emptive priority individual call to user in group call – accepted by MS
Indication of imminent individual call disconnection
Duplex individual call
Call setup modifications
Status messages
Individual addressed Status transfer
Group addressed Status transfer
Emergency Call
Emergency group call
Emergency all setup to busy group, speech item interruption
Emergency group call, resource pre-emption
Emergency call setup, P2MP to P2P call modification
Emergency individual call
Emergency individual call, resource pre-emption
Emergency call setup, P2P to P2MP call modification
3.13
3.14
3.15
No
Yes
Yes
3.16
Yes
3.17
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.1.8
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
4.1.9
Yes
4.1.10
Yes
4.1.11
Yes
4.1.12
4.1.13
4.2.1-2
4.3.1-2
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
5.1
5.2.1-3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
Yes
Yes
No
6.2.1
6.2.2
Yes
Yes
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Emergency telephone call (Refer to CR193)
Telephone call to emergency number (and automatic change of call priority)
Emergency call to non-emergency number, resource pre-emption for emergency
telephone call.
Cell re-selection
SwMI supports Forward Registration
SwMI supports Seamless Handover
SwMI can be configured to deny handover to cell if no available channel
SwMI can be configured to queue in new cell if no available channel
SwMI supports synchronized neighbour cells
Support for multi band cells, e.g. mixed 380/410MHz dual-band
Mixed band Seamless Handover
Inter-cell Mixed Band operation
Intra-cell Mixed Band operation
Undeclared Cell Re-selection
Cell Re-selection, Group call
Announced and unannounced cell re-selection during group call.
Seamless handover during group call with forward registration
Semi-duplex Individual call
Announced and unannounced cell re-selection during semi-duplex call
Seamless Handover, with Forward Registration, Transmitting
Forward registration, followed by call restoration
Duplex call
Announced cell re-selection during duplex call
Seamless handover during duplex call with forward registration
Expedited cell re-selection
PSTN interconnect
TETRA-originated call setup to PSTN subscriber
TETRA originated call setup queuing to PSTN subscriber
Call setup to PSTN is started before resources are available
Call setup to PSTN is delayed until resources are available
PSTN originated individual call
TETRA-originated successful DTMF over-dial
TETRA-originated unsuccessful DTMF over-dial
PSTN participation in group call
6.3.1
Yes
6.3.2
Yes
7.1.1
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
7.2.1-5
7.2.8
Yes
Yes
7.3.1-6
7.3.7.1
7.3.7.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
7.4.1-2
7.4.4
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
8.1
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
MS-ISDN numbering
Individual call
Group call
Individual Status message
Group Status message
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Use of FACCH and SACCH
10.1-8
Yes
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Subscriber Class Procedures
SwMI can be configured to accept MS registration if MS subscriber class is not
valid on the cell
SwMI can be configured to reject MS registration if MS subscriber class is not
valid on the cell
SwMI can be configured to change the subscriber class of an MS when the MS
attaches
SwMI can be configured to change the subscriber class of an MS when the MS
roams
SwMI can be configured to allow emergency call from MS without a subscriber
class match
Common Secondary Control Channels
SwMI supporting one to three C-SCCH
BS Fallback Operation
BS switches from Normal mode to Fallback mode of operation
Temporary registration on BS in Fallback mode operation and re-registration
when BS returns to Normal mode
MS registration to BS operating in Normal mode when serving cell goes into
Fallback mode offering some services
MS camped in cell operating in Normal mode avoids roaming to BS operating in
Fallback mode offering some services
BS Services in Fallback
Possibility for adding spare transceivers which automatically replace defective
transceivers
Main Control Channel Fallback (The main control channel is moved to an active
channel in case of a fault on the present main control channel).
Fallback indication can be disabled
11.1.1
11.4.1-3
11.2.2
Yes
Yes
11.2.1
Yes
11.3.1
Yes
11.3.2
No
11.2.2
Yes
12.1-7
Yes
Yes
13.1.1
Yes
Yes
13.1.2
Yes
13.2.2
Yes
13.3.1
Yes
Yes
Yes
13.4.1-9
Yes
Yes
Energy Economy
14
No
Transmit Inhibit (MS feature)
15
Yes
2.
SDS
SwMI supports the following SDS features:
(Reference: IOP 001-02 v 2.0.0)
SDS Type 1, 2 or 3.
SDS Type 1.
Individual addressed SDS type 1 message transfer (16 bit).
SDS Type 2.
Individual addressed SDS type 2 message transfer (32 bit).
Yes
1.1.1
Yes
1.2.1
Yes
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SDS Type 3.
Individual addressed SDS type 3 message transfer (64 bit).
SDS TL
Individual addressed SDS-TL.
Individual addressed text messaging transfer using SDS-TL with delivery report
(acknowledgement). Standard and short report are supported.
Group addressed SDS-TL.
Group addressed text messaging transfer using SDS-TL without delivery report.
Group addressed SDS-TL message to scanned, but not selected group (without
acknowledgement).
MS-ISDN numbering.
MS-ISDN addressed individual SDS-TL message with MS-ISDN as CPI.
(individual SDS-TL message transfer when using MS-ISDN numbering. Either
7-bit or 8-bit text coding scheme can be used).
Group addressed SDS-TL message with MS-ISDN as CPI. (Group SDS-TL
message transfer when using MS-ISDN numbering. Either 7-bit or 8-bit text
coding scheme can be used).
UCS2 coding scheme (16-bit text coding scheme).
Individual addressed text message with UCS2 coding uding SDS-TL with
delivery report (acknowledgement). Standard and short report are supported.
Group addressed message with UCS2 coding uding SDS-TL without delivery
report.
1.3.1
Yes
Yes
1.4.1
Yes
1.4.2
Yes
1.4.3
Yes
1.4.4
Yes
1.4.5
Yes
1.4.6
Yes
1.4.7
Yes
1.2.1
Yes
Yes
1.3.1-2
1.7.1
Yes
Yes
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.5.1
1.6.1
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.2.2-3
1.7.2-3
1.4.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
3.
DGNA
SwMI supports the following DGNA features accessible via the API:
(Reference: IOP 001-03 v 2.0.1)
Support for individually addressed DGNA
Support for individually addressed DGNA assignment without attachment
Support for individually addressed DGNA assignment with attachment as
selected group
DGNA assign with attachment as selected group
Removing radio subscriber from selected DGNA group
Support for individually addressed DGNA assignment with attachment as
scanned group
DGNA assign with attachment, attachment not allowed at next ITSI attach
DGNA assign with attachment, attachment required at next ITSI attach
DGNA assign with attachment as a scanned group, MS has selected group
Support for individually addressed DGNA assignment with rejected attachment
Support for individually addressed DGNA assignment for preprogrammed group
DGNA assign without attachment, pre-programmed group
De-assignment of MS from pre-programmed
DGNA assign with attachment, pre-programmed group
Support for group addressed DGNA
No
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Support for group addressed DGNA assignment
Management of ‘group assignment lifetime’
Support for group addressed DGNA deassignment
Tolerance of unsupported DGNA functions
Tolerance of unsupported individually addressed DGNA signalling (MS)
Tolerance of unsupported group addressed DGNA signalling (MS)
2.1
2.2-5
2.6
No
No
No
1.1.1
2.7
Yes
Yes
No
1.1
1.2
1.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2.1
2.2-3
Yes
Yes
No
2.4
No
3.1-2
Yes
No
Authentication
4.
SwMI supports the following Authentication features:
(Reference: IOP 001-04 v 2.0.0)
SwMI Initiated (non-mutual) Authentication
Attach with authentication
SwMI rejects MS during authentication
Roaming with authentication
SwMI Initiated Authentication made Mutual by MS
Attach with authentication
Mutual authentication request, ignored or rejected by SwMI
(Not relevant, if the MS demands a mutual request it is accepted by the SwMI)
Roaming with authentication
TEI Query
TEI Query Operation
(Not relevant with the TetraFlex structure, as the SwMI already knows the TEI )
5.
Packet Data
SwMI supports the following Packet Data features:
(Reference: IOP 001-05 v 3.0.5)
Context Management
Activation
Packet Data context activation with static IP address. Restricted by subscriber
register.
Packet Data context activation with dynamic IP address
Packet Data context activation when MS requests other than default APN
(Access Point Name) in PDP context activation demand
Packet Data context activation, activation rejected
Packet Data context activation rejected, invalid APN index selected (APN index
which is not configured in SwMI)
Yes
1.1.1
1.1.2
Yes
Yes
1.1.5
1.1.6
No
Yes
1.1.9
No
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Deactivation
Packet Data context deactivation, SwMI initiated, AL not established
Packet Data context deactivation, SwMI initiated, AL established
Packet Data context deactivation, MS initiated, AL not established
Packet Data context deactivation, MS initiated, AL established
Authentication
Packet Data context activation with PAP (Password Authentication Protocol)
user authentication
Packet Data context activation with CHAP (Challenge Handshake
Authentication Protocol) user authentication
Packet Data context activation rejected, PAP user authentication. (due to
incorrect authentication information)
Packet Data context activation rejected, CHAP user authentication . (due to
incorrect authentication information)
Single Slot Packet Data
Data transmission
MS initiated PDCH access, AL not established, no AL QoS re-negotiation
MS initiated PDCH access, AL not established, AL QoS re-negotiation
MS initiated PDCH access, AL established
SwMI initiated PDCH access, AL not established, no AL QoS re-negotiation
SwMI initiated PDCH access, AL established
MS initiated PDCH access, SwMI reject
SwMI initiated PDCH access, MS reject
Cell re-selection
Cell re-selection during data transmission from MS
Cell re-selection during data transmission from BS side
Cell re-selection without data transmission, STANDBY state
Multi Slot Packet Data
Data transmission
SwMI accepts number of slots N.264 proposed by MS
Multislot PDCH size increased or decreased
(Multislot PDCH size can be changed by new channel allocation, e.g. when a
call with higher priority has used part of the PDCH time slots)
MS type supported
Non-Fast-Switching MS
Fast-Switching MS or Frequency-Duplex MS (working in a non optimized way)
Packet Data Gateway
Data transmission from MS to MS without a gateway
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.1.3
No
1.1.4
No
1.1.7
No
1.1.8
No
Yes
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
1.3.6
1.3.7
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2.1.1-2
2.1.3-4
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Air Interface Migration
SwMI supports the following Air Interface Migration features.
(Reference: IOP 001-06 v 1.0.0)
Registration
Migrating
Group management
Local group attachment on Foreign SwMI
Foreign group attachment
Group call
Group call to local group on foreign SwMI
Group call to foreign group
Individual call
SSI/TSI addressed
FSSN addressed
MS-ISDN addressed
Status/SDS message
Individually addressed SDS
Group addressed SDS
Individually addressed Status
Group addressed Status
1.1.1-3
Yes
Yes
1.2.1
1.2.2-3
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.4.1
1.4.2-3
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3-4
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
1.5.2
1.5.4
1.5.1
1.5.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
7.
Fleet Specific Short Numbering
SwMI does NOT support Fleet Specific Short Numbering features.
(Reference: IOP 001-07 v 2.0.0)
8.
Testing Requirements
The Testing Requirements in Reference: IOP 001-08 v 1.0.0 are specified for MS manufacturers and
not relevant for this SwMI.
Ambience Listening
9.
SwMI supports Ambience Listening features.
(Reference: IOP 001-09 v 1.1.0)
Ambience Listening
Ambience Listening Call Setup
MS initiated Ambience Listening disconnection
No Indication to affected user
Interaction with Transmit Inhibit
1.1, 1.5
1.2-1.4
1.1-1.5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Ambience Listening can override TxI
Ambience Listening cannot override TxI
1.6
1.7
Yes
Yes
10.
End-to-end Encryption
SwMI supports End-to-end Encryption.
(Reference: IOP 001-10 v 1.1.4)
Individual call
Acceptance
E2E encrypted Individual call
Rejection
Rejection of E2E encrypted individual call (MS does not support encryption)
Rejection of individual clear voice call (one MS requires encryption, while other
MS does not support clear voice communication).
Call restoration
Individual E2E encrypted call restoration (encryption state remains during E2E
encrypted call restoration roaming with announced type 3 cell re-selection)
Group call
E2E encrypted group call
E2E encrypted group call, late entry
Clear Voice Override
E2E encrypted group call with Clear Voice Override (CVO), one of the E2E
encrypted group members has incorrect encryption key and be capable of
activating a clear call
Yes
1.1
Yes
1.2
Yes
1.3
Yes
1.7-1.8
Yes
1.4
1.5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.6
Yes
Air Interface Encryption
11.
SwMI supports Air Interface Encryption.
(Reference: IOP 001-11 v 3.0.2)
Air Interface Encryption
Security Class 2
Security Class 3
Yes
No
Yes
Supported algorithm
TEA1
TEA2
TEA3
TEA4
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Security Class 3 Air Interface Encryption
Support of DCK forwarding
Always provide current and future CCK in DCK forwarding response
Use of D-CK CHANGE DEMAND to announce new CCK
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DCK retrieval during initial cell selection
DCK retrieval during cell re-selection
Different CCK on different LAs
Class 3 MS communication with Class 1 MS
Class 3 MS communication with Class 1 Group
Authentication of Class 3 MS during encrypted ITSI Attach registration
Authentication of Class 3 MS during clear undeclared cell re-selection
Authentication of Class 3 MS during encrypted undeclared cell re-selection
Authentication of Class 3 MS during clear call restoration roaming
Authentication of Class 3 MS during encrypted call restoration roaming
Send CCK to MS using U-OTAR CCK DEMAND, piggy-backed on the UPREPARE during Announced cell re-selection with preferred neighbour selected
and with call restoration.
Packet Data with Class 3 Air Interface Encryption
Yes
Yes
12.
Service Interaction
SwMI supports the following Service Interaction features:
(Reference: IOP 001-12 v 1.0.0)
MS initiated new service signalling
During Individual Call
New group call setup while engaged in an individual call
Packet data transfer while engaged in an individual call
During Group Call
New individual call while transmitting to group (not the call owner)
Packet data transfer while transmitting to group (not the call owner)
New individual call while receiving group call (not the call owner)
Packet data transfer while receiving group call (not the call owner)
During Packet Data Transfer
MS initiates individual call during packet data transfer, MS Capable of setting up
circuit mode call on PDCH
MS initiates individual call during packet data transfer, MS not capable of setting
up circuit mode call on PDCH
MS initiates group call during packet data transfer, MS Capable of setting up
circuit mode call on PDCH
MS initiates group call during packet data transfer, MS not capable of setting up
circuit mode call on PDCH
SwMI offers new group call
During Individual Call
Group call during individual call
During Group Call
Group call while transmitting to another group (not the call owner)
Group call while receiving another group call (not the call owner)
Group call while transmitting to another group (call owner)
Yes
1.1.1
1.1.2
Yes
Yes
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.1.6
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.1.7
Yes
1.1.8
Yes
1.1.9
Yes
1.1.10
Yes
Yes
1.2.1
Yes
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Yes
Yes
No
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During Packet Data Transfer
Group call during packet data transfer
SwMI offers new individual call
During Individual Call
MS Accepts individual call during another individual call
During Group Call
Individual call while transmitting to group (not the call owner)
Individual call while receiving group call (not the call owner)
Individual call while transmitting group call (call owner)
During Packet Data Transfer
Individual call during packet data transfer, MS Capable of setting up circuit
mode call on PDCH
Individual call during packet data transfer, MS not capable of setting up circuit
mode call on PDCH
SwMI offers packet data transfer
During Individual Call
Packet data transfer during individual call
During Group Call
Packet data transfer while transmitting to group (not the call owner)
Packet data transfer while receiving group call (not the call owner)
Packet data transfer while transmitting to group (call owner)
SwMI offers Call Waiting
Call Waiting in Individual Call
Call Waiting in Group Call
1.2.5
Yes
Yes
1.3.1
Yes
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Yes
Yes
No
1.3.5
Yes
1.3.6
Yes
Yes
1.4.1
Yes
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
Yes
Yes
No
2.1-3
2.1-5
Yes
Yes
Yes
13.
Enable/Disable
SwMI supports the following Enable/Disable features accessible via the API:
(Reference: IOP 001-13 v 1.0.0)
Enable and temporary disable of an MS
Enabling and temporary disabling of a subscriber (ITSI)
Enabling and temporary disabling of an equipment (TEI) (requires encryption)
Enabling and temporary disabling of ITSI and TEI at the same time (requires
encryption)
Enabling and temporary disabling without authentication, with non-mutual
authentication and with mutual authentication
Permanent disable of an MS
Permanent disabling of a subscriber (ITSI) with authentication
(made mutual or not made mutual)
1.1, 2.1
3.1, 4.1
1.2, 2.2
3.2, 4.2
1.3, 2.3
3.3, 4.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
9.1
Yes
Yes
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Permanent disabling of an equipment (TEI) with authentication
(made mutual or not made mutual)
Permanent disabling of ITSI and TEI at the same time (requires encryption)
9.2
Yes
9.3
Yes
14.
TETRA Key Distribution
SwMI supports the following TETRA Key Distribution features:
(Reference: IOP 001-14 v 1.0.0)
Delivery of Authentication Data
Authentication key K delivery initiated by K-delivery, plain text
Authentication key K delivery initiated by SwMI
ITSI delivery initiated by ITSI-delivery
1.1.1
1.1.2
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Delivery of SCK
No
Delivery method
Plain text on physical media (USB memory used)
Encrypted text on physical media
Electronic transfer
Yes
Yes
No
No
1.1.1-2
Call Authorized by Dispatcher
15.
SwMI supports the following Call Authorized by Dispatcher features.
(Reference: IOP 001-15 v 1.0.0)
CAD
No voice call with dispatcher
Individual voice call with Dispatcher
Group voice call with Dispatcher
1.1, 1.4-1.7, 1.15
Yes
Yes
No
No
16.
Air to Ground
SwMI version 7.70 does NOT support Air to Ground.
(Reference: IOP 001-16 v 1.0.0)
Radio User Assignment
17.
SwMI version 7.70 does NOT support Radio User Assignment.
(Reference: IOP 001-17 v 1.0.0)
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Circuit Mode Data Call
SwMI supports Circuit Mode Data Call.
(Reference: IOP 001-18)
Circuit Mode Data Call
Protection:
Unprotected
Low protection
High protection
Call type:
Individual Data Call, Semi-duplex direct call
Individual Data Call, Semi-duplex hooked call
Individual Data Call, Duplex
Group Data Call
Operation:
Single Slot
Multi Slot
Yes
1.1, 1.6, 2.3
1.2
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.1
1.6
1.2
2.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1.1, 1.2, 1.6, 2.3
Yes
No
19.
Location Information Protocol
The methods and procedures for air interface signalling used for Location Information Protocol are
based on the use of standard TETRA SDS-TL / Packet Data air interface transport mechanisms.
Therefore Location Information Protocol can be implemented via the API and is fully supported by the
TetraFlex SwMI version 7.70.
(Reference: IOP 001-19 v 1.0.0)
LIP Features
LIP over SDS
LIP over Packet Data
Time and Distance based reporting
Reporting using Long reports
Reporting Enable & Disable
Temporary reporting control
Trigger modification
Immediate Location Reporting
Reporting Lifetimes
Error Reporting
Yes
1.1, 1.3-1.13
Yes
1.2
Yes
1.1, 1.3-1.6, 1.8-1.9 Yes
1.3
Yes
1.6, 1.7
Yes
1.13
Yes
1.9
Yes
1.11
Yes
1.8, 1.14
Yes
Yes
1.4, 1.5
20.
Call Forwarding
SwMI supports the following Call Forwarding features.
(Reference: IOP 001-20 v 1.0.0)
Call Forwarding Unconditional (No radio contact or MS switched off)
Call Forwarding Unconditional Individual Call (excluding blocked MS)
Call Forwarding Number change (including blocked MS)
Call Forwarding Unconditional SDS (in case of number change)
Call Forwarding Unconditional Status (in case of number change)
1.1
5.1
6.1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Call Forwarding Conditional Individual Call
Busy for Individual Voice Call
Not Reachable for Individual Voice Call
No Reply for Individual Voice Call
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2.1
3.1
4.1
Call Forwarding Information Displayed
21.
No
Callout
The methods and procedures for air interface signalling used for Callout functionality are based on the
use of standard TETRA SDS-TL air interface transport mechanisms. Therefore Callout can be
implemented via the API and is fully supported by the TetraFlex SwMI version 7.70.
(Reference: IOP 001-21 v 1.0.0).
Features
Full Callout
Simple Callout
Interaction with other services and events
Callout Test and Callout Availability
Callout Test and Callout Pre-Coded Status
Storage of Callout Information
A.
3.1-3.3
2.1-2.2
1.1-1.7, 7.1-7.2
4.1-4.2, 5.1
6.1-6.5
8.1, 8.2
Multi-Organization
SwMI supports the following Multi-Organization features:
Multi-Organization
Network can be split up into a number of organizations to separate the communication
totally from one organization to another.
Each Dispatcher can be associated with a single organization, a number of organizations or
all organizations.
Organizations can be associated to make it possible to call from one organization to
another.
Common Voice gateway, Packet Data gateway, Application gateway, Terminal Gateway
and Network Management.
B.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Dispatcher
The Dispatcher supports the following features:
Dispatching
Individual simplex and duplex calls
Group call
Broadcast call
Queued calls
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Status messages
SDS (7, 8 and 16 bit characters)
Concatenated SDS
DGNA, assignment and de-assignment of groups
Ambience Listening Call
Discrete Listening
Call Authorized by Dispatcher
Dispatching (combining and forwarding calls)
Support for Unified SSI
Enable and Disable an MS subscriber (ITSI)
Master PTT function with foot button and function key
Support for Ontrak ADU200 USB Relay I/O Interface
Voice playback
File Transfer and FTP
Managing the Touch Screen functionality implemented in Windows 8
Receive Location Reporting formats:
ETSI LIP Short, ETSI LIP Long
Sepura Compact format
NMEA: GPGLL, GPGGA, GPRMC
MGRS, Motorola LRRP, Teltronic short format, RTCM SC-10
Immediate Mobile positions Request via LIP protocol
Map types:
Google map
Geo TIFF
ERDAS ECW
OpenStreet map
Empty map view
Support for ESRI layers on the map
Uplink RSSI information from the BS via BS measurement
Downlink RSSI information from the MS via Sepura Performance Measurement protocol
using SDS-Transfer protocol
Language supported:
Default language: English
Supplementary languages: German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Danish and Polish
C.
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SIP
SwMI supports the following SIP features:
SIP voice calls
Main reference
Voice packets coding: A-law using RTP, G.711 µ-law using RTP
RFC3261
RFC1889/3550
Implemented SIP options
SIP REGISTRATION (additionally with authentication using MD5)
RFC2617
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SIP REFER (for call forwarding of an incoming call to another external
destination (PSTN->TETRA->forwarded to PSTN)
SIP INFO for DTMF digits from TETRA->PSTN
SIP INFO for DTMF digits from PSTN->TETRA for Dial-In processing
In Band Signalling containing DTMF digits for PSTN->TETRA for Dial-In
processing
D.
RFC3515
RFC2833
Log Server
The Log Server supports the following features:
Log Server
Logging the status from all Nodes in the TetraFlex network
Logging Call information (Call Data Records) for all mobiles
Logging of SDS content
Logging Voice Communication for selected mobiles
Logging the mobiles Node location and on/off state for selected mobiles
Logging of MS RSSI values (via Sepura Performance Measurement feature)
E.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Application Server
SwMI version 7.70 does NOT include an Application Server.
Application Server Database
Latest received GPS coordinate for the Mobile (millisecond format)
Historical GPS coordinates for all Mobiles (millisecond format) Supported
Latest received MS RSSI value (via Sepura Performance Measurement feature)
Historical MS RSSI values for all Mobiles (via Sepura Performance Measurement feature)
F.
No
SNMP
SwMI supports the following SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) features:
SNMP
Level 1-3 alarms and warnings via SNMP
G.
Yes
Yes
Group Bridge
The Group Bridge supports the following features:
Bridge between the following systems
TetraFlex SwMI, via TetraFlex GW connection
Foreign Tetra SwMI, via Tetra Radio connection
Analog system, via Analog connection
Analog system, via RTP connection
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Bridge of the following functions
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Group calls
Group Status messages
Group SDS messages
Yes
Yes
Yes
Security
User PIN code
Mutual Authentication
SHA256 Algorithm
Yes
Yes
Yes
Tetra Radio Devices, tested equipment from external suppliers
Piciorgros - DVI-100
ICOM VE-PG3
Yes
Yes
H.
TetraFlex Android Client
The TetraFlex Android Client supports the following features:
TetraFlex Android Client
Individual duplex calls
Group calls
Streams of active voice calls as A-LAW streams.
Status messages
SDS messages
GPS coordinates Transmission. Positions are sent regularly, if allowed by the user.
Wideband Data transmission, e.g. picture and video files
MJPEG video server in the client.
Registration using Authentication key and user PIN code; Mutual Authentication, SHA256
algorithm used. VPN required.
Security
User PIN code
Mutual Authentication
SHA256 Algorithm
I.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
TetraFlex Windows Client
The TetraFlex Windows Client supports the following features:
IP features (via Terminal Gateway)
Individual duplex calls
Group calls
Status messages
SDS messages
Wideband File Transfer
Video Support, MJPEG server in the client.
Registration using Authentication key and user PIN code; Mutual Authentication, SHA256
algorithm used. VPN required.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Tetra features (via Tetra Mobile PEI/Audio interface)
Individual duplex calls
Group calls
Status messages
SDS messages
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Security
User PIN code
Mutual Authentication
SHA256 Algorithm
Yes
Yes
Yes
System Size
In a standard TetraFlex system the following parameters have been software limited to:
Maximal size of a standard TetraFlex system
Organizations
Profiles
Subscribers
Nodes
Voice GW Connections
Application GW Connections
Application GW Streams
Application GW streams per Connection
Terminal GW Connections
Terminal GW Streams
Terminal GW streams per Connection
Log Servers
1.000
10.000
20.000
254
32
20
100
32
200
200
2
25
In the optional big version of the TetraFlex the following parameters have been increased to:
Maximal size of the optional big TetraFlex system
Subscribers
150.000
Nodes
999
TetraFlex systems with increased values of all the above parameters could be delivered on request.
A number of TetraFlex parameters are limited via the License Dongle.
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ETSI References
TetraFlex conform Tetra Release 2.1. Refer to ETSI TR 100 392-17-5 V1.1.1, where the relevant
versions of the standards are given. Supported standards:
ETSI Terrestrial
Trunked Radio
(TETRA) Voice
plus Data (V+D)
References
EN 300 392-1
EN 300 392-2
EN 300 392-3
Description
Supported by
TetraFlex
Feature List
reference
General Network Design
Air Interface (AI)
Interworking at the Inter-System
Interface (ISI)
Yes
Yes
Part 1
Part 1
ETS 300 392-4
Gateways - basic operation
ETS 300 392-4-1
Gateways - basic operation: PSTN
ETS 300 392-4-2
Gateways - basic operation: ISDN
Gateway
ETS 300 392-4-3
Gateways - basic operation: Data
networks gateway
EN 300 392-5
Peripheral Equipment Interface
EN 300 392-7
Security
General Requirements for Supplementary
Services
Supplementary Services (SS) Stage 1
Supplementary Services (SS) Stage 2
Supplementary Services (SS) Stage 3
EN 300 392-9
EN 300 392-10
EN 300 392-11
EN 300 392-12
EN 300 392-10-1
EN 300 392-11-1
EN 300 392-12-1
ETS 300 392-10-2
ETS 300 392-11-2
ETS 300 392-12-2
ETS 300 392-10-3
ETS 300 392-11-3
ETS 300 392-12-3
EN 300 392-10-4
EN 300 392-11-4
EN 300 392-12-4
ETS 300 392-10-5
No
Partly,
see below
Yes, via external
SIP PABX
Yes, via external
SIP PABX
Circuit mode data
gateway not
available, but
packet switched
data gateway
supported instead
Not applicable for
SwMI, only
relevant for MS
Yes
Yes
Part 1, C
Part 1, C
Part 5
Part 4, 10
Part 1
Partly,
see below
Call identification
Yes
Part 1
Call report (CR).
Standards from 2000,
archived by TETRA Association
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Talking party identification (TPI)
Yes
Part 1
Call Forwarding (CF)
Yes
Part 20
List Search Call (LSC).
No
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ETS 300 392-11-5
ETS 300 392-12-5
EN 300 392-10-6
EN 300 392-11-6
EN 300 392-12-6
ETS 300 392-10-7
ETS 300 392-11-7
ETS 300 392-12-7
EN 300 392-10-8
EN 300 392-11-8
EN 300 392-12-8
ETS 300 392-10-9
ETS 300 392-11-9
ETS 300 392-12-9
EN 300 392-10-10
EN 300 392-11-10
EN 300 392-12-10
EN 300 392-10-11
ETS 300 392-11-11
ETS 300 392-12-11
EN 300 392-10-12
EN 300 392-11-12
EN 300 392-12-12
ETS 300 392-10-13
ETS 300 392-11-13
ETS 300 392-12-13
EN 300 392-10-14
EN 300 392-11-14
EN 300 392-12-14
EN 300 392-10-16
EN 300 392-11-16
EN 300 392-12-16
EN 300 392-10-17
EN 300 392-11-17
EN 300 392-12-17
EN 300 392-10-18
EN 300 392-11-18
EN 300 392-12-18
EN 300 392-10-19
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Standards from 2000
Call authorized by dispatcher (CAD)
Yes
Short number addressing.
Standards from 2000,
archived by TETRA Association
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Area is
dynamically
selected by only
establishing a
group call in Nodes
where the group
already registered.
Nodes where the
group is allowed,
can be set in the
groups profile
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Area selection (AS)
Access Priority.
Standard from 1998
Part 15
Priority call (PC)
Yes
Part 1
Call waiting (CW)
Yes
Part 12
Call hold (CH).
Standards from 2004,
archived by TETRA Association
Call completion to busy subscriber.
Standards from 2000,
archived by TETRA Association
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Late entry (LE)
Yes
Part 1
Pre-emptive priority call (PPC)
Yes
Part 1
Include call (IC).
Standards from 2002
No, feature not TIP
specified yet
Barring of outgoing calls (BOC)
No
Barring of incoming calls (BIC)
No
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EN 300 392-11-19
EN 300 392-12-19
ETS 300 392-10-20
ETS 300 392-11-20
ETS 300 392-12-20
EN 300 392-10-21
EN 300 392-11-21
EN 300 392-12-21
EN 300 392-10-22
ETS 300 392-11-22
ETS 300 392-12-22
ETS 300 392-10-23
ETS 300 392-11-23
EN 300 392-12-23
ETS 300 392-10-24
ETS 300 392-11-24
ETS 300 392-12-24
TS 100 392-15
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Discreet listening (DL)
Yes
Part B
Ambience listening (AL)
Yes
Part 9, B
Dynamic group number assignment
(DGNA)
Yes
Part 3, B
Call completion on no reply.
Standards from 2000
Call retention (CRT).
Standards from 2000
TETRA frequency bands, duplex
spacings and channel numbering
TS 100 392-16
Network Performance Metrics
TR 100 392-17
TS 100 392-18
TETRA V+D and DMO specifications
Air interface optimized applications
TS 100 392-18-1
Location Information Protocol (LIP)
TS 100 392-18-2
Net Assist Protocol (NAP)
TS 100 392-18-3
Direct mode Over The Air Management
protocol (DOTAM)
TS 100 392-18-4
Net Assist Protocol 2 (NAP2)
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Not applicable,
feature not TIP
specified
Yes
Internal SwMI
Metrics are not
available.
Performance (time
delay, setup etc.)
measured at MS
voice interfaces.
Yes
Partly, see below
The methods and
procedures for air
interface signalling
are based on the
use of standard
TETRA SDS-TL /
Packet Data air
interface transport
mechanisms.
Therefore these
protocols can be
implemented via
the API and is fully
supported by the
TetraFlex SwMI
version 7.70.
Part 19, B
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