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Clear-Com Showcases New Dispatch & Radio Gateway Solutions
Clear-Com®, a leader in real-time communication and connectivity solutions, is showcasing its new Clear-Com Dispatch and Clear-Com Gateway interoperability solutions, offering superior audio quality in a fully featured, cost effective platform that will change the way public safety communication is handled.
The Clear-Com Dispatch System is a scalable and flexible platform featuring four to 64 channels, tone keying, VOIP and ROIP. Providing both local and distributed system architectures, the space-saving 1RU (Rack-Unit) configurations offer up to16 ports for radio and IP interfacing. Additionally, each Dispatch System delivers full-featured intercom, radio, telephone, and dispatch capabilities—all in one unit, as well as exhibits high sound quality. The Clear-Com Dispatch system integrates with the company’s Eclipse HX digital matrix intercom platform and the Clear-Com Gateway platform for expanding user’s communication requirements.
The Clear-Com Gateway (pictured, right) is an interoperability platform for linking and bridging disparate communication systems to deliver advanced radio interfacing and IP connectivity on a single platform. It is an ideal solution for immediate on-site communication across different frequencies for government, military, public safety agencies and many other applications.
Clear-Com Gateway combines advanced radio interface technology for analog and digital radios with a suite of programmable features to meet the most demanding radio and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) applications. Gateway bridges radio channels across different radio platforms, port-to-port, port-to-multi-port and Radio-over-IP (RoIP), which enables cross-communication between different frequencies. In addition, as the radio market continues to move to Digital Radios and 4G LTE, Gateway devices can link to these digital radio networks via SIP and the Digital Radio Module which allow analog-to-digital and digital-to-digital bridging and conferencing on one platform.
Clear-Com Gateway devices also have built-in SIP interface capability. Standards-based IP interfacing for Voice-over-IP (VoIP), Radio-over-IP (RoIP), Unicast, Multicast and SIP applications are supported for connectivity and interoperability. When connected to Clear-Com intercom systems, the 4-wire port signaling capability can activate features and trigger radios and SIP telephone access becomes available within Clear-Com systems.
For more information, see http://www.clearcom.com/
- Product Profiles/9-1-1magazine.com (via Clear-Com, 8/10/15)