Hytera presented its next generation base station family DIB R5 at the Critical Communications World 2013 in Paris. The new DIB R5 TETRA 2 base station family by Hytera is designed to provide best in class radio performance and to support redundant operation without a single point of failure.
Compliant to the latest TETRA Release 2 specification, including TETRA Enhanced Data Service (TEDS), the DIB R5 is not only the right choice for building up a voice-centric TETRA network, but also for the realization of high performance integrated data-applications, according to Hytera.
The DIB R5 TETRA 2 base station features an adaptive QAM multi-carrier modulation whereby the air interface dynamically adjusts to a changing radio environment and uses the available spectrum most efficiently.
TEDS provides a data throughput of about 80 kbit/s with 50 kHz RF bandwidth. The DIB-R5 operates with up to 150 kHz RF bandwidth which makes it future-proof for even more demanding data applications.
Hytera TETRA system ACCESSNET®-T IP supports integrated voice and data services from the start. Hytera noted that today, new and more demanding data applications require higher data throughput. Hence, the company has made its latest equipment TEDS-enabled s our answer and this is fully supported by the DIB-R5 family.