The DVI-100 (Digital Voice Interface) will be attached to a TETRA Network in the same way as a normal TETRA hand portable, and it can be a Member of up to five (optional more) groups. When it receives a voice call, rather than decoding the digitally coded ACELP data stream into analog audio and feeding it to the Loudspeaker, it is sent as a digital (UDP) data stream to its IP port. Connecting two DVI-100s back-to-back with each device connected to a different TETRA network (which could be different infrastructure manufacturer, different frequency bands or geographically separated), allows the networks to be “interconnected” based on group calls, status messages, and short data messages. As the voice data stream is not converted back into an analog signal at any time, the voice quality has the same brilliant quality as received with a TETRA hand portable.



Connecting TETRA networks of different manufactures

Connecting TETRA networks of different frequencies

Connecting TETRA networks with different MCC, MNC

Connecting encrypted and unencrypted TETRA networks

Establishing in house coverage

Covering "white spots"

Establishing  temporary TETRA coverage

Establishing  out of the network coverage

Mobile TETRA Hot Spot

TETRA MircoSPOT with DVI-100 in DMO mode

This configuration can be used to create a local TETRA access point (MicoSPOT) which operates in DMO mode. The DVI-100 in DMO mode is connected by an IP connection to another DVI-100 in server mode, which is attached to a TETRA network. All TETRA terminals in DMO mode and in range of the DVI-100 MicroSPOT can access the configured group(s) of the trunked TETRA network by using voice, SDS and status communication. Sample applications for the MicoSPOT can be improving inhouse coverage or covering white spots inside a TETRA network. By using a reliable mobile IP link (3G or LTE) mobile forces can use the TETRA network even in uncovered areas.