ROIP302,Cross-Network Gateway,Radio-over-IP,enable voice communicate among Radio, VoIP, GSM, and Public Announce (PA) networks
The built-in GSM module enables a user to monitor and / or communicate with the radio network via a PSTN or GSM phone.
A PTT user make and receive calls via the GSM network. This is very critical for emergency.
When abnormal conditions or events occur, instance SMS be sent to the system controller for via the GSM network for immediate attention.
Dial a DTMF access code on your PTT handset to activate the PA System in order to make an announcement / broadcast.
Cross-Network Gateway (xTrunk) connects the radio network at different locations via the IP network. No expensive wireless repeaters are required.
VoIP devices also be communicate to the joined radio networks at no extra cost.
Additional capabilities also be added via customized software enhancements.
Radio service coverage is often affected by the geographical landscape, like high hills. The traditional method is to build expensive radio repeaters on the hills in order to extend the radio service coverage. In addition, its maintenance cost is high and its performance is affected by the weather. In this case, the Xtrunk gateways are the perfect solution. They are low cost and easy to install and maintain. They offer a very stable and reliable link between the two sites.
The xTrunk gateway enables VoIP and / or GSM calls to and from the radio network. A user dial VoIP or GSM calls via the dial pad on the PTT terminal; incoming calls are also supported. This is utmost important in the case of emergency. This makes the radio network reachable from any part of the world.
Office at a different location monitor the on-site activities and issue instant commands for more efficient control and management.
A centralized command center easily be realized by using the xTrunk gateways to link up all radio services at different locations to the headquarter. In the case of a major event, the headquarter directly monitor and react immediately in order to get full control.
Public safety agencies in Clallam County must cover all the towns and roads, 150 miles of coastline, part of the Olympic National Park, the Canadian border, two marine ferries, and several Native American Nations.
Using the existing broadband network available at each tollbooth, it is simple to link up all radio networks along the highway to improve communications in order achieve better control and monitoring.
The GSM channel in the xTrunk gateway enables direct access to the radio networks connected via any phone in the existing telephone networks (PSTN and Cellular). This greatly facilitates the monitoring and commanding of the radio networks.