Testing Tech White Paper



Technology & Its Practical Impact On Testing

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s deployment of Project 25 systems gathers momentum, operators, and maintenance personnel are beginning to focus

considerable attention toward determining the implications of the migration from analog to a combination analog/digital test paradigm for their support and maintenance programs.

Part I and Part II of this paper detail the technical background of the Project 25 standard, while Part III and IV highlight the particular impact of the standard on testing professionals.

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Part I: The Origins of Digital SMR Development

Part II: Focus on U.S. Standards Development

Part III: Comparing Analog and Project 25 Test Philosophies

Part IV: The Impact of the Analog to Project 25 Migration on Testing

Glossary of Terms

Putting Project 25 to the Test

To reap the advantages of multiple sourcing under an open standard, public safety systems operators and technicians will require broader testing capabilities.
As the deployment of Project 25 systems gathers momentum, the requirement for system-specific test equipment is becoming apparent.  Measurements that need to be made at the air interface during deployment and operation of a Project 25 system require new measurement technology. Additionally...

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