TETRA Performance and Optimization Training

Commitment 3 Days, 7-8 hours a day.
Language English
User Ratings Average User Rating 4.8 See what learners said
Delivery Options Instructor-Led Onsite, Online, and Classroom Live


Intended as a follow-on to our TETRA Overview course (“TETRA 1”), this TETRA Performance and Optimization Training course should be scheduled after some time has elapsed since TETRA 1. Building on the knowledge and skills acquired in TETRA 1, this course will help you identify the performance issues with your network and how changes to the TETRA network will impact its performance.

Unlike courses that are presented in the “death by PowerPoint” format, we will employ lecture interspersed with a discussion of your questions related to your implementation, a discussion of your TETRA configuration and settings, hands-on exercises, and example troubleshooting scenarios and solutions.

  • 3 days of TETRA Performance and Optimization Training with an expert instructor
  • TETRA Performance and Optimization Electronic Course Guide
  • Certificate of Completion
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee


  • Let us know your network architecture and performance challenges and we’ll tailor our course to your specific requirements. The topics can be added/excluded and the TETRA Performance and Optimization Training course duration shortened/lengthened as needed.

Upon completion of this TETRA Performance and Optimization Training course, the participants will:


The target audience for this TETRA Performance and Optimization Training course:

  • RF personnel with an understanding of TETRA basics.

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this training course are:

  • Level of knowledge and skills equivalent to that gained from our TETRA Overview course.


TETRA Performance: Introduction to the Planning and Optimization of TETRA Radio Networks
TETRA Network Planning (to be able to understand how the installed network was designed)
  • Frequency Planning and Re-use
  • C/I Requirement; Coverage Requirement
  • Coverage Planning
  • TETRA Link Budget
  • Capacity Planning
  • GoS Requirement and Traffic Load prediction
  • TETRA Planning Challenges
TETRA Performance and Optimization Training – TETRA Physical Layer Performance
  • Channel Quality Measurement
    • Received Signal Strength
    • Signal Quality
    • Round-trip MS-BS Path Delay
  • TETRA Receiver Sensitivity
  • TETRA Reference Channels
  • TETRA Receiver Classes
  • Area Coverage
  • Area Coverage in the Noise Limited Case
  • Area Coverage in the Interference Limited Case
  • Interference with Other Systems
    • Limits on Adjacent Carrier Interference
    • Limits on Emissions Far from the Carrier within the TETRA Band
    • Limits on Emissions outside the TETRA Band
  • Area Coverage Techniques
    • Cellular Channel Re-use
    • Quasi-synchronous Transmission
    • Time-shared Transmission
    • Antenna Diversity
    • Site Diversity
    • On-frequency Repeaters
    • TETRA Performance and Optimization Training
  • Attachment Management
    • Acquiring Cell Synchronization and System Information
    • Pathloss Calculation and Neighboring Cell Ranking
    • Cell Selection Criterion (Hysteresis Control)
    • Cell Selection and Reselection Procedures
    • The 5 Categories of Cell Reselection Supported by TETRA
Key Performance Indicators for QoS Assessment in TETRA networks
  • Review of TETRA Features
    • Network Registration
    • Group Registration
    • Handover
    • Voice Services: Individual Calls; Group Calls; Broadcast Calls; Emergency Calls
    • Data Services: SDS and Status Messages; Packet Mode Data
  • QoS Assessment in TETRA
    • Perspectives: Required by Customer; Planned by Service Provider; Delivered by Service Provider; Perceived by the Customer
    • Monitoring Events and KPIs
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for TETRA
    • Event Counters for Network Resources
    • Network Resource Indicators, Their Calculation, and Meaning
      • Voice/Data Occupancy; Total Traffic; Efficiency of Use of Network Capacity; Queuing Rate; Mean Queuing Time; Random Access Collisions
    • Event Counters for Group Attachment
    • Group Attachment Indicators, Their Calculation, and Meaning
    • Event Counters for Handover
    • Handover Indicators, Their Calculation, and Meaning
    • Event Counters for Voice Service
    • Voice Service Indicators, Their Calculation, and Meaning
    • Event Counters for Data Service
    • Data Service Indicators, Their calculations, and Meaning
Optimization of TETRA Network and Services
  • Overview and Principles of TETRA Optimization
  • Optimization of the Radio Network
    • Coverage
    • Capacity
    • Handover
    • Neighbor Lists
  • Optimization of Network Performance for QoS
  • Example Scenarios and Solutions
  • Participant and Worked Examples
TETRA Performance and Optimization TrainingTETRA Performance and Optimization Training Course Wrap-Up


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