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Conventional Trunked Radio Systems Comparison Report

Conventional Trunked Radio Systems Comparison Report

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PSWNPSWN
 
Public Safety Wireless Network 
Comparisons of Conventional and Trunked Systems
May 1999
 
Comparisons of Conventional and Trunked SystemsMay 1999
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FOREWORD
Land mobile radio (LMR) networks are critical for public safety communications. Insupport of the Public Safety Wireless Network (PSWN) Program Management Office (PMO),Booz
•Allen & Hamilton analyzed conventional, trunked, and hybrid system architectures toprovide background information to public safety system planners on the different architecturealternatives.
Comparisons of Conventional and Trunked Radio Systems
considers typical systemsarchitectures. However, it does not analyze specific vendor systems, implementations, ortechnical requirements.This report does not reflect a government position or endorse a particular type of LMRnetwork architecture.
 
Comparisons of Conventional and Trunked SystemsMay 1999
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
5.1Spectrum Efficiency..................................................................................235.2Grade of Service (GOS)............................................................................245.3Network Capacity......................................................................................255.4Call Setup Time.........................................................................................255.5Network Architecture................................................................................265.6Network Scalability...................................................................................275.7Network Encryption..................................................................................285.8Network Security.......................................................................................295.9Network Robustness..................................................................................305.10Multiorganizational Interoperability.........................................................325.11Ability To Handle Multiple Voice and Data Applications........................325.12Technology Evolution...............................................................................335.13Policy Impact.............................................................................................345.14Compatibility with Legacy Systems..........................................................385.15Required User Discipline..........................................................................385.16Network Management...............................................................................395.17Network Operator Training.......................................................................405.18Network Cost Effectiveness......................................................................415.19Considerations for Migration to Trunking................................................43

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