Airborne TETRA Radio Installations

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Airborne TETRA Radio Installations
Airborne TETRA Radio Installations
Cobham Antenna Systems
Police Air
Support Units
Communications are
enchanced by Cobham’s
TETRA
Air Ambulances
Military Users
Coastguard Rescue
Benefit from TETRA’s
flexible communications
End to End encryption
is available to provide
enhanced security
Cobham TETRA allows
the emergency services
to talk to each other,
reliably and securely
Cover image © RotorImage
The most important thing we build is trust
Cobham Airborne TETRA
Cobham has delivered airborne TETRA radio systems across the world. Cobham has the experience
and understanding to deliver equipment and support to meet airborne customers’ needs.
MAIN COVER IMAGE
London Air Ambulance
1 A typical TETRA Radio System
2 UK Police Eurocopter EC135
3 Devon Air Ambulance Trust
4 TETRA production test
CH150
CH250
SINGLE RADIO SYSTEM
DUAL RADIO SYSTEM
CH150 single TETRA radio controller.
Works with optional RH150 remote CDU.
CH250 dual TETRA radio controller.
Works with optional RH150 remote CDU.
7-450-14
7-450-14 SERIES TRANSCEIVER
Works with CH150 or CH250 CDU
7-450-3 TETRA TRANSCEIVER
For use with CH450/RH450
CH450
MULTI RADIO SYSTEM
CH450/RH450 multi-radio CDU/remote CDUs.
Controls 4 TETRA and/or analogue transceivers.
TETRA Security – Encryption
TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) is the World’s preferred
Government communications infrastructure. TETRA, a cellular,
trunked communications system, is similar in architecture to
commercial cell-phone systems. Many governments are implementing
single, countrywide, TETRA infrastructures as their new digital
communication system for their key agencies. These include Police,
Ambulance Military, Fire and other government users.
• TEAs (TETRA Encryption Algorithms) are
used to encrypt transmissions between all
radio terminals and base stations
TETRA delivers: Secure, reliable trunked and direct-mode
communications, interoperability between agencies and the ability to
send both voice and data. Interoperability is facilitated by the ability
to make point-to-point calls between all users on the Network and
through Talkgroups.
The TETRA infrastructure consists of: Fixed base-stations,
Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) and the mobile
radios (Terminals).
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Photo supplied by Eurocopter UK
Why Airborne TETRA?
– TEAs are geographically-based.
For example, TEA2 is used in the
Schengen Region
– Cobham’s core TETRA radio covers all
four TEAs
Cobham Antenna Systems offer:
• End to End (E2E) encryption encrypts the
complete link between the two ends of the
communication path
A proven core TETRA radio, offering
full compatibility with:
• TEA1-4 Air Interface Encryption
Commissioning and Support of
Airborne TETRA
• End to End Encryption (E2E)
• Highly Preferred Subscriber Class (HPSC)
The UK is a World-leader in the implementation of TETRA and
pioneered the implementation of TETRA for airborne use. Cobham’s
involvement with this work since the beginning means that we are
the most experienced provider of avionics-standard airborne
TETRA systems.
• Interoperability with any TETRA ground
infrastructure
Cobham has supplied avionics standard airborne TETRA systems for a
wide-range of Government users, in the UK and Internationally.
• Cobham offers a full range of support tools
and services. These include:
– Programming tools
• Integrated GPS
– Support for installation
• Option gateway and repeater
functionality
A range of configuration options
– Assistance with commissioning on the
network, including loading air interface
algorithms and radio customisation
• Single, dual, multiple radio
– Focused SLAs
• Single or dual CDU systems, to facilitate
operation from cockpit and rear-cabin
– Obsolescence
MMI tailored for airborne use
TETRA in the Airborne Environment
Equipment Summary
NVG compatible displays
• The TETRA Standard includes specific elements
for airborne use. There are a number of additional
features which must be considered, including:
• Proven core radio
– Highly Preferred Subscriber Class (HPSC)
• DO160 D/E environmental qualification
–
• Standard Dzus/ATR LRUs
Support services options, including:
• Support for installation and
commissioning
• Software upgrades
• Obsolescence management
A range of support peripherals
including:
• Interface modules
HPSC ensures that the airborne radio
terminal affiliates to ground base
stations specifically designated for use
with aircraft
– Cobham’s airborne TETRA range is HPSC tested
and proven
• Programming kits
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– Software upgrades
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• Operates on Motorola, Selex, Rohde and
Schwarz, EADS and other networks
• 28V DC power
• Interfaces with standard aircraft audio system
• NVG/NVIS compatible displays
136.5 REF
77 MAX 77 MAX
77 MAX
77 MAX 77 MAX
77 MAX
66.7 REF66.7 REF
66.7 REF
Single/dual radio CDU
13 MAX
114 MAX
147 MAX
136.5 REF
Weight 1.25kg
147
MAXREF
136.5
146.6
MAX
147
MAX1.25kg
Weight
136.3 REF.
Weight 1.25kg
146.6 MAX
13 MAX
13 MAX
114 MAX
161.3
MAX.
114
MAX
161.3 MAX.
146.6REF.
MAX
136.3
161.3 MAX.
Multi-radio CDU
124.2 MAX.
124.2 MAX.
124.2 MAX.
114.3 REF
114.3 REF
114.3 REF
136.3 REF.
Weight:- 2.2kg
Weight:- 2.2kg
Weight:- 2.2kg
320.55 MAX
320.55 MAX
320.55 MAX
J2
57.15 ± 0.762
44.96 MAX
57.15 ± 0.762
155.5 REF
155.5 REF
155.5 REF
52.6 REF52.6 REF
52.6 REF
44.96 MAX
MOD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
J1
J2
J1
J3
J2
MOD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
MOD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
J3
J3
Weight:- 3.3kg
190.5 ± 0.762
190.5 ± 0.762
190.5 ± 0.762
J1
44.96 MAX
Transceiver
57.15 ± 0.762
Weight:- 3.3kg
Weight:- 3.3kg
For further information please contact:
Cobham Antenna Systems
The Cobham Centre
Fourth Avenue, Marlow
Buckinghamshire, SL7 1TF
England
Tel: +44 (0) 1628 472 072
Fax: +44 (0) 1628 482 255
E-mail: [email protected]
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