Views: 8 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-03-11 Origin: Site
PDT mainly targets factors such as: independent intellectual property rights, security and confidentiality, low cost, and smooth transition to simulation. Set TETRA, P25, DMR, MPT cluster system strengths, such as:
Compared with TETRA, it is a large-area system, low cost, and has its own encryption algorithm. It is safe and reliable to use and can meet the application needs of domestic party and government agencies, public security and industrial and commercial management departments.
Compared with P25, its technology is more advanced. P25 focuses on the smooth transition from analog to digital, which hinders the update and development of technology. PDT is an open standard and has a stronger competitiveness in equivalent bandwidth.
Compared with DMR, its cluster standards are more complete and complete. DMR single base station technology is relatively mature, but multi-base station applications are not as comprehensive as PDT. PDT not only supports national large-scale networks and multi-system interconnection, but also is compatible with the underlying communication protocols of DMR, so that original DMR manufacturers can build larger networks and enable PDT to be in line with international communication standards. In short, PDT condenses the essence of many years of experience of many enterprises, but there is no lack of innovation. The PDT standard is the third largest digital trunking standard in the world after Tetra and P25.
Compared with MPT, its digital application advantage is unmatched by any analog trunking system.
Because PDT has many outstanding advantages compared with commonly used clusters, the system has independent property rights, and is not limited to people. It is particularly suitable for China's vast practical application environment, and the complete openness of standard protocols determines that it not only There is huge room for development at home, and it has strong competitiveness abroad, and can be well connected with international communications.
China is the largest manufacturing and exporting country in the global communications industry. After unremitting efforts in recent years, China has successfully completed the transition from "Made in China" to "Created in China". After joining the WTO, Chinese enterprises fully realized the importance of intellectual property rights and learned how to use the law to protect their legitimate rights and interests. With the continuous precipitation of Chinese creation, Chinese enterprises are steadily moving from “making products” to “making standards”.