TDMA provides the best method for achieving 6.25 kHz equivalent efficiency in licensed 12.5 kHz channels: • • • • • TDMA is being leveraged in European and U.S. standards initiatives aimed at providing greater spectral efficiency for the land mobile radio market. Unlike FDMA methods of rebanding existing channels into discrete 6.25 kHz channels, properly designed two-slot TDMA systems fit cleanly into existing channel structures, with no rebanding or relicensing necessary. TDMA improves capacity today, while offering a path to compliance with further channel efficiency requirements that is being mandated by the FCC 2013 deadline. It increases capacity without the need for additional repeaters and other infrastructure, TDMA can lower the overall costs of implementing digital two-way radio. TDMA offers the performance and flexibility to support the functional requirements of mobile professionals in virtually any industry. If LCD accumulated 3.6 M users up to 2013 LCD base is likely to reach 7 M level in 2015 IMS forecasted 4 M LCD Base for 2013 This study forecast 3.6 M LCD Base for 2013 with 1.4 M in NA Total LCD Base 650K WW 2010 ~200 known MotoTrbo Systems in US in 2009 ~500 known MotoTrbo Systems in US in Jan 2011 Growth Rate is >50% Confidential and Proprietary • MotoTrbo and NXDN have gained initial market acceptance and established ~0.5 M installed base with >30% Annual Growth Rate • MotoTrbo now have products cover VHF /UHF /800 / 900MHz with exception of 700 MHz • NexEdge and iDAS have products cover VHF/UHF – Kenwood is developing 800/900MHz NexEdge products • FCC V/U Narrowbanding Mandate will only accelerate market transition • Market Goal = Digitize the Rest of Analog Base which presents huge Global opportunity for Hytera • Window of Opportunity = NOW!!! • • • • Hytera Portables are Smaller & Lighter Large Color LCD Display Shorter Antenna w/ Same Performance Centrally Located Antenna w/ ~6dB RX Sensitivity Improvement • Larger Keypad • Speaker is Located under the Keypad • Hytera Has More Channel Capacity at 1024 • Hytera Portable Supports Vibration • Hytera DMR Mobile Radio has 2” 4 Line Color Display While MotoTrbo mobile is two lines Grey Display • Hytera Has More Channel Capacity at 1024 • Repeater is Designed for Conventional System w/ 100% Duty Cycle at 50W RF Output but MotoTrbo has 25W & 45W Version Only. • 16 Channels for Hytera Repeater w/ Channel Scan • Hytera Repeater has Color Display • MotoTrbo is Significantly Bigger & Heavier • Hytera Repeater Provides Direct Audio Output from Rear Accessory Connector for Recording • Hytera Repeater Can Back to Back Connect w/ Analog Repeater Feature/Manufacturer Matrix MOTOTRBO Vertex VXD-720 Hytera Open Standard DMR Remarks System Capacity 2-slot TDMA (2:1) 2-slot TDMA (2:1) 2-slot TDMA (2:1) All 3 Use DMR Technology Conventional System Support Single site, IP Site Connect Single Site Single Site, IP Connectivity (Single + Multi-Site) Trunking System Support Capacity Plus, Linked Capacity Plus and Connect Plus None of the MOTOTRBO Trunking configurations DMR Tier III Compliant Open Standard Trunking Motorola Proprietary Bands UHF, VHF, 800/900 UHF, VHF UHF, VHF, 800 Hytera 800 MHz Available 2012 3rd Party Interfaces API + ADP XCMP API , SDK, + ADP Hytera Has 3 Different Developer Platforms Battery, Charger, Audio Yes No Hytera Smart Battery Technology Hytera Portables Come w/ Rapid Rate Charger + Battery Ability to do Text Messages Yes Yes Yes Hytera Text Open Standard GPS Embedded External via Speaker Mic Embedded PD782G + PD702G Have GPS Embedded Telemetry Yes No Yes Privacy Enhanced Privacy (40 bits) Vertex Privacy Options Enhanced Privacy Telephone Patch Analog and Digital Analog only Analog + Digital Transmit Interrupt / Preemptive Calling Yes No Yes via Preemptive Calling in Trunking Mode Repeater Diagnostics Over IP application Local connection only Over IP Application Vibration No No Yes Display 2 Line Monochrome 2 Line Monochrome PD782= 4 Line Color LCD Display PD702 = No Display or Keypad Pseudo Trunk No No Yes Hytera Exclusive Additional AES Encryption No No Yes 128/256-Bit Encryption Option Warranty 2 Years Standard 2 Years Standard 3 Years Standard Plus 2 Year Extension Free in 2012 (5 Years) Hytera Basic Encryption Offers Either 40, 128, or 256 Bits Hytera Preemptive Calling Available in 2012 Vibrate Option for Message, Call, or Page Receive • Built-in Basic Encryption Uses Hytera’s CPS to Program Encryption Keys • Hytera Offers More Choices for Customers: – 40 bits, 128 bits and 256 bits (AES Encryption) – Scrambling for Analog Channel • Both Support TDMA Technology • Hytera DMR Follows the DMR Open Standard Set by ETSI • Hytera Color Displays & Keypads are Larger Due to Innovative Speaker Design • Hytera DMR Supports Vibration and High-Level Encryption • Hytera DMR is Lower Cost and has Industry Leading Warranty! • • • • Hytera is Smaller in Size and 15% Lighter PD782 has 4 Line LCD Color Display; NX200/NX300: 1 Line Display NX200/NX300 Need External GPS Mic to Support GPS Larger Keypad • Speaker is Located under the Keypad • Hytera has Twice as Many Channels • MD782 has 4 Line LCD Color Display Compared to NX700/NX800 1 Line Display • Hytera has Twice as Many Channels • Kenwood Mobiles are More Expensive • NXR700/NXR800 is Higher in Cost Than Hytera Repeater • Hytera has Full Color Display w/ 4 Lines • Frequency Stability: NXR700/NXR800 is 1.0ppm; Hytera is 0.5ppm • NXDN Only Supports 15 bit Encryption • Hytera DMR Supports 40 bit, 128 bit, & 256 bit for Basic & AES High Level Encryption • DMR is 2 Time Slots TDMA – NXDN is Narrowband 6.25 KHz FDMA w/ 1 CH’s per Repeater – Hytera is Narrowband 12.5 KHz TDMA (6.25e) w/ 2 CH’s per Repeater • DMR Has ~40% Battery Saving Compared to NXDN • DMR Has Significant Infrastructure Savings Compared to NXDN • DMR Can Perfectly Fit into 12.5KHz Existing Frequency – Easy Migration w/ No Need to Refarm Freq. Licenses • DMR Has API (3rd Party Software Applications) but NXDN Does Not • Hytera DMR is Open Standard; NXDN is Not • • • • • • • • • Hytera Provides IP57 Submersible Water Protection; IC-F3161DT is Only IP55 Hytera Has LCD Color Displays w/ Custom Logo Opening Screen IC-F3161DT /IC4161DT Needs an Additional Board to Support iDAS Digital Mode Operation Hytera supports Messages of up to 256 characters; IC-F3161DT - up to 12 Characters DMR Has API (3rd Party Software Applications) but iDAS Does Not Hytera DMR Portables are Smaller Yet More Rugged Hytera Has Built-in GPS Hytera Has Vibration Feature Hytera has Twice as Many Channels • Hytera Has Built-in GPS • IC-F5061D Needs an Additional Board to Support iDAS Digital Mode Operation • DMR Has API (3rd Party Software Applications) but iDAS Does Not • Hytera has Twice as Many Channels • IC-F5061D Has 2 Line Display While Hytera Has Color LCD Display • Hytera Has full LCD Color Display Instead of 1 Line B&W Display • Hytera Has Built-in IP Linking Hardware • Hytera Repeater is Less Expensive • Hytera DMR Supports 40 bit, 128 bit, & 256 bits for Basic & AES High Level Encryption • DMR is 2 Time Slots TDMA – iDAS is Narrowband 6.25 KHz FDMA w/ 1 CH’s per Repeater – Hytera is Narrowband 12.5 KHz TDMA (6.25e) w/ 2 CH’s per Repeater • DMR Has ~40% Battery Saving Compared to iDAS • DMR Has Significant Infrastructure Savings Compared to iDAS • DMR Can Perfectly Fit into 12.5KHz Existing Frequency – Easy Migration w/ No Need to Refarm Freq. Licenses • DMR Has API (3rd Party Software Applications) but iDAS Does Not • Hytera DMR is Open Standard; iDAS does Not With benefits including increased capacity, lower equipment costs, data integration, added features, and more, now is a compelling time for analog radio users to make the switch to digital systems that offer 6.25 kHz equivalency. Two-slot 12.5 kHz TDMA-based systems, providing 6.25 kHz equivalency is the right choice for most mobile professionals. Professional radio standards based on TDMA technology are already widely used around the world, and future requirements for even greater spectral efficiency are almost certain to be based on TDMA as well. Today and tomorrow, TDMA technology provides advantages of feature flexibility, lower equipment costs, longer battery life, future-readiness, and the proven ability to increase spectral efficiency without risking increased congestion or radio channel interference.