What's inside a Capacity Max System?

Here one example of a Capacity Max system. This is a 3 site system with a single CMSS and 2 repeaters on each site. Of course, there are a multitude of configurations and different levels of redundancy.
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  1. Hi Wayne,

    What is the limitation of running a multi site Cap Max ssystem with no server. I see open registration and dynamic site assignement, what is dynamic site assignment ?

    Can it still run with gPS and Data revert repeaters, and what limitations ?

    Is it basically a LCP system almost ?

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    1. If the CMSS goes down while the system is running then features like authentication and dynamic site assignment would be lost. If this is a problem then a (geographic) redundant CMSS can be used. Things like GPS will continue to function.

      Dynamic site assignment is the ability of the system to route group calls only to sites where the members are present. Whenever a radio roams to a site it informs the CMSS.

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  2. Thanks, was more wondering if we could set up a site for a customer with a limited budget at this stage and the cmss be added later when more customers are added , is that a valid idea or is it best to go LCP in this case ?

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    1. Without knowing all the facts I'd say it's probably a better idea to go with Multisite Capacity Plus (aka LCP). A Multisite Capacity Max system needs the CMSS (though it can still function without one in a fallback state).

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    1. Yes, there are two licenses available: a FULL license (which allows the radio to operate on other vendors systems or on a Capacity Max system) and an ADVANTAGE license (which allows it to work on a Capacity Max system only).

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  4. Good day (night)! John whether any licenses needed for the subscriber in the system Capacity Max?

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  5. John! And what is their cost and whether there is a description of the licensing system on MotoTRBO? Thank you very much in advance!

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    1. Contact Motorola or your local dealer - see http://cwh050.blogspot.com/p/FAQ.html.

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  6. And if possible description of the whole licensing scheme for subscriber stations and base stations (repeaters). We are preparing for the development of systems and onuzhno calculate the budget. Thanks again! :)

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    1. I'll add that to the list for possible future posts.

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  7. Wayne sorry I called you John is only the name of your blog :) Once again, sorry :)

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    1. It's okay. I have a colleague who calls me John 😄

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  8. Thank you so much Wayne. I look forward to your future posts. :)

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  10. Wayne. please explain why there is still no certificate at the Tier III http://dmrassociation.org/. This blatant Hytera has a certificate, and Motorola does not. Why?

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    1. Maybe this is a question for the DMR Association webmaster?

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