DMR Tier III Trunking DS-6211
Hytera's digital trunked radio solution (Tier III) is designed for demanding radio users to deliver business and mission critical communications. Developed in compliance with the ETSI standard, Hytera DMR trunking offers a customized system based on the individual needs of your organization. Modular and flexible, a Hytera trunking system can tackle high radio traffic, maximizing available capacity across dynamic user groups and challenging single or multi-site geographies.
If you require large communications capacity, complete control and a dedicated connection, then a Hytera DMR Tier III trunking solution could be the radio system for you.
Speak to one of our Hytera Partners today so see how DMR Trunking could benefit your operation.
The Hytera DMR Trunking System
The Hytera DS-6211 DMR Tier III Trunking system consists of a core controller, which utilizes an IP-based system architecture, and centralized networking to intelligently manage resource. High availability standby and multi-level fallback can be deployed to ensure high reliability. Hytera's powerful DMR Applications, such as Hytera SmartOne and the Hytera DWS Dispatcher, alongside Hytera RD982s repeaters, complete the solution when paired with the Hytera mobile or portable radios that offer Tier III functionality.
The base station for the DS-6211 trunked radio system delivers wireless communication in compliance with the DMR trunked radio standard. If connection to the associated system controller node is lost, the base station continues to ensure radio operation in its radio cell. This ensures radio subscribers registered at this base station can continue to communicate with one another (Fallback mode).
The DS-6211 offers a modular structure for ease of operation and maintenance, easily adaptable for customer requirements and scalable to future-proof your investment.
Benefits of Hytera DMR trunking
- INCREASED EFFICIENCY
Trunking systems increase channel usage efficiencies by dynamically managing their allocation. DMR provides two communication pathways in one 12.5KHz channel, combining the efficiencies of trunking technology with the advantages of DMR results in a highly efficient wide area solution.
- POWERFUL APPLICATIONS
Network management software, as well as the dispatcher and voice recorder systems, ensure DMR Trunking in a comprehensive, professional solution, providing central management of the radio system and supporting remote maintenance.
- HIGH SYSTEM RELIABILITY
Hytera DMR Trunking combines optimal radio coverage with intelligent redundancy design so the availability of the overall system is ensured even if an individual component fails.
- COST-EFFICIENT MIGRATION
The system offers simple, incremental migration from analog radio operation or conventional DMR to digital trunked radio.
- VERSATILE SERVICES
Voice services, data services, priority, late entry, call back, recording, PSTN call, ESN check, authentication, E2EE, stun, revive and kill, GPS, emergency alarm, etc.
- CONNECTIVITY WITH OTHER SYSTEMS
Different gateways support the interconnection between DMR trunking and other systems, such as PSTN, analog conventional, MPT, DMR conventional, etc.
- OPEN API
Open API allows for further development based on different customer needs, such as billing systems, email gateways, etc.
- IP ARCHITECTURE
All devices are based on IP architecture to ensure flexible networking and system expansion.
Versatile DMR Trunking Functions
VOICE & DATA
Individual call, group call, call to everybody, broadcast call and emergency call PSTN/PABX call, semi-duplex call, full-duplex call Support of call priorities and emergency call Text and status message, GPS data, packet data transmission Supporting services like the late entry to an existing group call (Late Entry) or calling line identification presentation (CLIP) Calls can be monitored and recorded Call group tracking to fetch subscribers from another call into a group call with a higher priority Dynamic group number assignment (DGNA) to compile new groups by radio.
End-to-end encryption of voice and data Encryption with 40, 128 or 256 bits with the cryptographic systems AES and ARC4 Support of the DMRA procedure for the encryption transmission via the air interface Selecting and deselecting radio transceivers (enable/disable) Authentication.
Mobility management (registration/de-registration) Group login/group logoff Roaming and handover