Project 25 Technology Information Group


Monday, September 25, 2017

Project 25 Technology Information Group

The Project 25 Technology Interest Group sponsored and developed two 4 hour panel presentations at IWCE 2015.  The PPT slides fron these presentations are now available for review.  Summaries of the PTIG P25 Panel Sessions and  links to the slides are below.

 

Project 25 Foundations and System Technology Updates for 2015

 


  This session provided training and information useful to the attendees seeking deeper understanding and updated awareness of the established P25 standards, the matching equipment capabilities, and the continued evolution of system technologies and interfaces.
 
  Direct references to the completed P25 standards as published were emphasized to provide the attendees a full comprehension of the completed P25 phases. Content of the presentations highlighted complete Phase 1 FDMA systems, expanding deployment of Phase 2 TDMA systems, and P25 standardized system interface capabilities that continue to reinforce multiple vendor compatibility in fixed equipment as well as in subscriber/mobile/portable equipment.
 
  Ongoing work on new standards for Project 25 System security and encryption was presented as well as possibilities for the interface for P25 LMR and LTE data systems.

Learning Objectives: Many P25 stakeholders and users today face daunting challenges for clarity of choices and challenging issues of emerging technologies. The material emphasized the P25 radio and system capabilities deliverable today, resources available for testing, technical guidance, migration planning, and system integration.   Also covered were the next phases of the P25 Standards development, and what the next steps may yield for harmonizing future capabilities with P25 in existing LMR systems.

 

IWCE 2015 PTIG-P25 Foundations Part 1

IWCE 2015 PTIG-P25 Foundations Part 2

 

P25 User’s Perspective, Interoperability, and Customer Applications Update for 2015

This panel and workshop session derived content from Project 25 user experiences and system case histories. It was structured as a series of presentations by a representatives from DHS OEC, A Federal Agency Overview, and a series of Case Studies of Individual P25 Systems.  Each presenter provided their background, past experience, current view, and future expectations for P25 technology. Presentations Included: DHS OEC, Oregon, Wyoming, Federal Agency Overview, Michigan, MACC911, and the US Coast Guard.
  
 

Learning Objectives:  -- P25 in Planning and Procurement.  -- P25 Experiences during Implementation and Deployments.   -- Interoperability with neighbors and overlapping jurisdictions.   -- Experiences with Multiple Vendors Systems, Equipment, Interfaces.  -- Other Technology Resources beyond Manufacturers and Equipment Suppliers.   Consultants, Integrators,Third Parties.

IWCE 2015 PTIG P25 User Experience Panel


 

 

 

 

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