TETRA Radio Training
Industry Approved TETRA Training
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) is a widely adopted digital trunked radio standard designed for mission-critical and professional communications, particularly for public safety, emergency services, and government agencies. TETRA networks must be efficient, reliable, and manageable to ensure seamless communication in critical situations. One approach to achieving these goals is to use a centralized infrastructure, consolidating various network components and services into a single or few locations.
What you will learn
- What is a TETRA
- Radio theory – RSSI, BER, Bandwidth, Frequencies
- Control Channel
- TDMA & FDMA
- Digital modulation
- Fleet Mapping
- Network Planning
- Base Stations
- Dispatcher Console
This course includes
- TETRA Radio Training Certificate
- 30-day money-back guarantee
- 100% Online
- Immediate start
- Study at your own pace
- Lifetime course access
- Straightforward easy to understand lessons
- Instructor help
- Course notes and downloads
Have a question?
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Industry-recognized training certificate
Who should take this course?
This course is designed for people in the telecommunications industry who want an understanding and knowledge of TETRA digital radio communications systems.
TETRA training FAQ
What is TETRA training?
TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) training is a program designed to provide knowledge and skills necessary for operating TETRA radio communication systems. The training covers topics such as radio operations, call set-up and management, group calling, emergency procedures, network management, and troubleshooting.
What is Tetra radio standards?
TETRA is a digital mobile radio standard that defines the technical specifications for wireless communication systems used by public safety organizations, transportation companies, utilities, and other critical infrastructure entities. The TETRA standard is managed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and includes a range of features and capabilities designed to ensure secure, reliable, and efficient communication.
What is the difference between DMR and TETRA?
DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) and TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) are both digital radio communication standards used in professional and public safety applications. The main difference between the two is that DMR is a non-cellular system, while TETRA is a cellular system. This means that TETRA can provide broader coverage and better reliability in large-scale deployments, but DMR is more flexible and easier to deploy in smaller-scale applications.
What frequency bands does TETRA radio use?
TETRA radio can operate on a range of frequency bands, including VHF (136-174 MHz), UHF (380-430 MHz, 440-470 MHz), and 700/800 MHz. The specific frequency band used will depend on the requirements of the application and the regulatory environment in the location where the radio system is deployed.