The MTS4L TETRA/LTE Base Station provides a flexible path for the addition of LTE to complement a TETRA system. By provisioning for the addition of an eNodeB into the TETRA Base Station cabinet, Motorola is offering a highly flexible migration solution for TETRA operators. The MTS4L can be installed as a TETRA only base station, but it can include the services for the eNodeB such as shared backhaul, and battery backup. These services can be installed at the start or they can be upgraded at a later time when needed by customers. Most importantly the MTS4L footprint is unchanged when the eNodeB is installed and so the upgrade is very simple and fast with minimal disturbance to TETRA service.
Flexible System Capacity
With built-in system capabilities such as Common Secondary Control Channel, Preferred Subscriber Class and Valid Sites, our powerful MTS base stations are able to minimise localised congestion problems. Such advanced features truly set Motorola Solutions MTS base stations apart from conventional solutions.
Flexible Capacity & Coverage
The MTS4L is a high performance base station with state-of-the-art capacity and coverage enhancing capabilities:
Optimised Total Cost Of Ownership
The running costs of base station sites typically account for a significant portion of the total cost of ownership of any TETRA network. MTS4L base stations are specifically designed with advanced features that help to minimise operational expenditures. Such features enable:
UHF: 350 – 430 MHz, 380 – 470 MHz
800MHz: 851 to 870 MHz (Tx), 806 to 825 MHz (Rx)
UHF: 5 MHz
Up to 4 base radios (16 time slots)
25 kHz (25 / 50 kHz for TEDS)
Transmit Power at top of base station cabinet
25 Watt (10 Watt TEDS)
40 Watt (with combiner bypass) (20 Watt TEDS)
Input Power 48 V DC
Equipped with integrated battery chargers
Power Consumption (fully equipped with 4 base radios)
UHF: 1300 Watt
800MHz: 1445 Watt
Two Ethernet ports
Support for satellite transmission
Dimensions W x H x D
60cm x 183cm x 65cm
(60cm x 186cm x 65cm Seismic Rack)
Full TETRA equipment (no RBS6202 and no Brocade switch):
213 Kg (Seismic Rack 231 Kg)
Full TETRA equipment, RBS6202 and Brocade switch:
307 Kg (Seismic Rack 325 Kg)
Download the MTS4L TETRA Base Station manufacturer’s specification PDF.
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