Sepura will display its NEBULA TETRA infrastructure system with broadband LTE capabilities at Critical Communications World 2016 in Amsterdam (31 May to 2 June).
The 100% Ethernet/IP-based, NEBULA TETRA infrastructure is fully scalable from small to national systems. The solution, developed by Teltronic, which became part of the Sepura Group last year, has been deployed in a number of countries
NEBULA was used during the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil; GIRN National Public Safety network, Malaysia; and New Jersey Transport, USA. Its advanced IP architecture allows high levels of redundancy, providing a fault-tolerant network design, with a wide range of base stations (up to 75W) to deliver optimal coverage, the company claimed.
The solution is designed to be highly flexible. NEBULA allows single or double links to be established between the site base stations (SBS) and the system control node (SCN) based on any type of technology,
Gateways provide external connectivity as well as an IP interface access protocol (N2A) for third party applications. Extended data functionality using multi-slot packet data, circuit mode data or synchronous data manager (SDM), where the IP-protected algorithm significantly reduces data polling time, all combine to deliver an applications friendly environment within PMR.
The eNEBULA variant supports both TETRA and LTE radio access in the same system, while the user-friendly network management system provides a seamlessly integrated experience for network administrators.
The solution is supported by a range of end-to-end services including: radio propagation, site surveys, systems design, project engineering, installation, commissioning and maintenance. Service models can be tailored to meet any customer requirements.
The eNEBULA product range will be in action at Sepura’s visit stand D19 at CCW 2016.