Project 25 Recommended Compliance Assessment Tests Transceiver Performance – Conventional Mode Subscriber
TIA Issues a New Project 25 Recommended Compliance Assessment Tests Transceiver Performance – Conventional Mode Subscriber Standard
Arlington, VA (June 11, 2015) – The Telecommunications Industry Association, which develops standards for the information and communications technology industry, has released a new document, TSB-102.CBBA-A Project 25 Project 25 Recommended Compliance Assessment Tests Transceiver Performance – Conventional Mode Subscriber.
TSB-102.CBBA-A This Bulletin identifies the tests appropriate for consideration by the P25 Compliance Assessment Program Governance Board for Compliance Assessment testing in the area of Transceiver Performance of a Conventional mode Subscriber Unit. The P25 Compliance Assessment Program confirms that the equipment of different manufacturers will interoperate with respect to the P25 defined features, services and interfaces. This revision will update references to this document.
TSB-102.CBBA-A was formulated under the cognizance of the TIA TR-8 Mobile and Personal Private Radio Standards, TR-8.25 Compliance Assessment subcommittee.
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