Help Us Help You - 800MHz Rebanding Resource

Report
Rebanding Update
Chuck Jackson
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Basic Rebanding Message
Interference has been a serious problem for 800 MHz
Public Safety and Critical Infrastructure communications
FCC spent 2 1/2 years studying problem with 10’s of
thousands of pages of comments
Report and Order was designed to reduce PS interference
If you are impacted, it is mandatory--you can’t get out of it
All costs are covered
Motorola is here to help you through the process and
provide the absolute minimum disruption to your operation
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Impacts to Subscribers
and Infrastructure
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Motorola’s System Categories
System impact falls into 4 categories based upon
channels used
A – Channels in first 120 only
(806.0125/851.0125 – 808.9875/853.9875)
 No NPSPAC 821-824 Channels at all
B – Channels in NPSPAC only
(821.0125/866.0125 – 823.9875/868.9875)
 No Channels in 806-809 General Category
C – Channels in NPSPAC and first 120 / Expansion
D – Channels in Interleaved spectrum
(809.0125/854.0125 – 815.9875/860.9875)
 No NPSPAC 821-824 Channels at all
 No 806-809 General Category Channels
Note: Expansion Band
PS will move, unless
they opt to stay
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Retune/Reprogram/Update/Replace
Definitions
 Retune: Updating the channel frequencies via the
Customer Programming Software/Radio Service
Software programming software
 Reprogram: Updating operating software via
software FLASH with new frequencies & band plan
 Update: One or more boards must be replaced in
the equipment to enable retuning or reprogramming
 Replace: Cannot be updated to support new
frequencies or band plans
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Subscriber Impact -- Category A
Channels in first 120 only
 System with channels from
851.0125 / 806.0125 to
853.9875 / 808.9875
 Relocates to channels from
854.0125 / 809.0125 to
861.9875 / 816.9875
 Does not have any NPSPAC
channels including Mutual
Aid programmed in radio
 Equipment impact
 Radio units can be retuned to
new frequencies
 Radios in red are class B IM
protection. Motorola
recommends replacing those
units for better interference
protection after rebanding*
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Costs to replace radios that can be retuned or
reprogrammed will be the responsibility of the
licensee
Retune w/ RSS –
XTS5000
XTL5000
XTS2500
XTS1500
XTS3000
Visar 800
ASTRO Saber
ASTRO Spectra
Spectra
Spectra E
Syntor 9000
Syntor ATM
HT1000 Conv.
VRM / PRM (All)
MCS2000
MTS2000
MT2000
MTX8000
MTX8250 Conv.
MTX850
Saber SI
GTX Mobile
GTX Portables
STX
STX Gemini Plus
MTX 820
LCS 2000
LTS 2000
MaxTrac
Current as of Feb. 11, 2005
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Subscriber Impact -- Category B
Channels in NPSPAC only
 System with NPSPAC
channels from
866.0125/821.0125 to
868.9875/823.9875
 Relocates to rechanneled
851.0125/806.0125 –
853.9875/808.9875
 821/866-824/869 MHz must
be reflashed with new radio
software to operate in
806/851-809/854 MHz
 All radios must be retuned.
The radios must be
reprogrammed with a new
RSS/CPS programming
software to support new
channels
Reprogram
Subscriber
XTS5000
XTS2500
XTS1500
XTS3000
MCS2000
MTS2000 (512k)
ASTRO Saber (1MB)
ASTRO Spectra (>95)
XTL5000
VRM & PRM (All)
Replace
Subscriber
Spectra
Spectra E
Saber SI
STX Gemini Plus
MTX 820
MaxTrac
LCS 2000
LTS 2000
MTS2000 (256k)
ASTRO Saber (512k)
ASTRO Spectra (<96)
Current as of Feb. 11, 2005
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Subscriber Impact -- Category C
Both NPSPAC & first 120 Channels
 System with NPSPAC channels from
866.0125 / 821.0125 to 868.9875 /
823.9875 and channels from 851.0125
/ 806.0125 to 853.9875 / 808.9875
 May be a multi-step process
 First Relocation from lower 120
(851.0125 / 806.0125 to 853.9875 /
808.9875) is retune only
 Second Relocation to rechanneled
851.0125/806.0125 –
853.9875/806.9875 is Reprogram
and/or Replace
Reprogram
Subscriber
Replace
Subscriber
XTS5000
XTS2500
XTS1500
XTS3000
MCS2000
MTS2000 (512k)
ASTRO Saber (1MB)
ASTRO Spectra (>95)
XTL5000
VRM & PRM (All)
Spectra
Spectra E
Saber SI
STX Gemini Plus
MTX 820
MaxTrac
LCS 2000
LTS 2000
MTS2000 (256k)
ASTRO Saber (512k)
ASTRO Spectra (<96)
 All radios with NPSPAC channels
must be re-flashed with new radio
software to operate in new NPSPAC
channels (806/851 - 809/854 MHz)
 All radios must be retuned. Radios
must be reprogrammed with a new
RSS/CPS programming software to
support new channels
Current as of Feb. 11, 2005
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Subscriber Impact -- Category D
Channels in Interleaved spectrum
System with channels from 854.0125 /
809.0125 – 860.9875 / 815.9875 only
At this time, no impact;
However,
Public Safety licensees in new Expansion
band channels 860.0125 / 815.0125 to
860.9875 / 815.9875 can relocate if desired to
frequencies below 809-815 / 854-860 MHz.
Project only requires retuning for those who
move out of Expansion Band
Current as of Feb. 11, 2005
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Category B & C
Product Replacement Mapping
Replace
Subscriber
LTS 2000
ASTRO Saber (512k)
Saber SI
MTS2000 (256k)
STX Gemini Plus
STX
Rebanded
Subscribers
RBP03
Encryption
Model III
Large Channel size
RBP01
No Encryption
Model I
LCS 2000
ASTRO Spectra (<96)
Spectra
Spectra E
Portable
If the portable is a model III,
requires encryption or 255
channels, it should be replaced
with an 03 radio.
Otherwise, it should be replaced
with 01s
LTS2000 are replaced with 03s
RBM03
Encryption
Large Channel size
Mobile
If the mobile requires encryption
or 255 channels, it should be
replaced with an 03 radio.
MaxTrac
Syntor 9000
Syntor X
MICOR
Mostar
Traxar
Motrar
Decision for 01 to 03
RBM01
No Encryption
Otherwise, it should be replaced
with 01s
LCS2000 are replaced with 03s
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Replacement Products
Category B and C
RBP03
RBP01
PORTABLES
RBM03
MOBILES
RBM01
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Subscriber Summary
If system is 806-816 MHZ only it is a Retune
If subscriber has any NPSPAC trunking
channels, use replacement radio chart
Be sure you’ve checked your interoperability plans
Rebanding radios are driven by 3 factors
Display
Encryption
Number of channels
Accessories will be swapped on 1 for 1 basis
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Systems Impact — Categories A & D
(No NPSPAC 821-824MHz channels)
Retune
ASTRO/Analog SmartZone 4.1
ASTRO 25 6.X (SE & LE included)
Private Data Systems
Privacy Plus
Privacy Plus-Enhanced
SMARTNET I
SMARTNET II (21 channels)
SMARTNET II+
SMARTNET 3.O
SMARTNET 3.1
SMARTNET 3.2
SmartWorks
SmartZone 2.03
SmartZone 3.0
SmartZone OmniLink 3.5
StartSite
Reprogram
or Replace
None*
* Unknown SPs are at risk
Current as of March 29, 2005
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Systems Impact — Categories B & C
(Includes NPSPAC 821-824 MHz Channels)
Retune
ASTRO 25 6.X
- SE and LE
included
Private Data
Systems
Reprog & Retune
SMARTNET II+
SMARTNET 3.O
SMARTNET 3.1
SMARTNET 3.2
SmartWorks
SmartZone 2.03
SmartZone 3.0
SmartZone OmniLink 3.5
SmartZone 4.1
ASTRO/Analog
StartSite
Update
SMARTNET I
SMARTNET II (21
channels)
Replace
None*
* Unknown SPs are at risk
Current as of March 29, 2005
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Stations
Retune
Retune
All Categories:
DSS I, II, & III (Data Stations)
MTR 2000
MSF 5000
Quantar
Quantro
STR 3000
MICOR-Non-Simulcast
Note: Requires retune of
high stability oscillator in
Channel Element
MICOR Simulcast
Note: Requires retune of
Reis Lab Synthesizer
Reprogram
For Category B & C
IntelliRepeater (IR)
For Category A & D
IntelliRepeater (IR)
Current as of Feb. 17, 2005
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Controllers
Retune
Retune
All Categories:
RNC3000
RNC6000
NCP3000
For Category A & D
6809
MTC 3600
Reprogram
Retune
Update
For Category B & C
6809 (28 Channel)
- Includes StartSite &
SmartWorks
MTC 3600
IMP Zone Controller
MZC 3000
CSC 7000
For Category B & C
6809 (Pre-28Ch)
IMP Zone Controller
MZC 3000
CSC 7000
Current as of March 29, 2005
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Network Management
Retune
All Categories:
Zone Manager
Site Command
Site Control Manager
Replace
Reprogram
For Category B & C
System Watch II
Site Lens
For Category B & C
SIMS I
SIMS II
SIP
For Category A & D
SIMS II
System Watch II
SIP
SIMS I (Open Issue)
Site Lens
Current as of March 21, 2005
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Consoles
•Conventional only—No Impact
•Category A & D Trunked Systems—No Impact
•Impact on Category B & C Systems—No Impact with two
exclusions:
• Trunked CENTRACOM II will have to be replaced
• CENTRACOM Series II+: still being evaluated
Current as of March 29, 2005
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Software Development and Certification
Effort For Fielded Units
 New channel assignment required to move NPSPAC to
lower part of band
 Channel Spacing in 806-809 changes with new band plan
 Channel number to frequency translation must change
 Control channel list has been increased to allow old and new
assignments
 Failsoft channel list has been increased to allow old and new
assignments
 New plan allows radios to work on either upgraded or not
upgraded site
 Simplifies rebanding migration process
 Minimizes disruption to Licensees
 Greatly reduces infrastructure costs and overlay requirements
 Reduces number of duplicate systems needed
 Enables system-wide mobility throughout customer migration
Current as of March 21, 2005
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Band Plan Migration
Site 1
Old Plan
New Plan (Includes Old Plan)
Site 2
Step 1 – Update Mobile with New Plan (Includes
Old Plan)
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Band Plan Migration
Site 1
Old Plan
New Plan (Includes Old Plan)
Site 2
Step 1 – Update Mobile with New Plan (Includes
Old Plan)
Step 2 – Update Site 1 with New Plan
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Band Plan Migration
Site 1
Old Plan
New Plan (Includes Old Plan)
Site 2
Step 1 – Update Mobile with New Plan (Includes
Old Plan)
Step 2 – Update Site 1 with New Plan
Step 3 – Update Site 2 with New Plan
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Infrastructure Summary
Impact on Non-NPSPAC Systems is Retune
Impact on NPSPAC Systems requires more
effort: Reprogram or Update
SMARTNET I & II need HW Replacements
Other Systems need new SW
New band plan software incorporates both
before and after plans
Simplifies rebanding process significantly
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Motorola Rebanding Services
Management services
 Pre rebanding services
 Inventory
 Impact assessment
 Costing
Engineering services
 Baseline current system operation
 System design
Overall project management
System rebanding
 Subscriber changes
 Infrastructure changes
 Site upgrades and antenna systems installation--when necessary
 Perform final Acceptance Test Plan
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Information Sources
Motorola’s Public Website
www.motorola.com/800rebanding
Specific 800 MHz Rebanding Questions
[email protected]
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Thank You
Questions?
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