The RSP-Z2 Dual Channel Radio Interface to Internet Protocols SIP, RTP, or JPS RoIP combines the capabilities of the company’s network extension unit (NXU-RoIP) and analog radio adpater (ARA Products-SIP).
The versatile Z2 Controller’s browser based GUI allows intuitive patching, monitoring or dispatch to as many as 80 remote RSP-Z2 audio systems. Using the browser-based GUI and a variety of audio options including a USB headset, Desktop boom mic, radio handset, etc., a dispatcher can monitor and/or converse with any number of the Z2 Controller’s connected systems.
The NXU-2B Network Extension Unit uses JPS' propietary Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) technology to transfer digital voice and serial data.
The MCC-4 Multi-Channel Console provides dispatch capabilities to the browser-based ACU-Z1 and Z2 Controller wide-area systems with up to four PTT channels of transmit and receive audio.
Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) with Radio Interoperability. JPS VIA, powered by the ESChat platform, provides secure voice and data links between mobile devices and JPS gateways. This brings many new features to gateway operators, interoperability system members, and Smart Device users.
The ACU-M, Mission Critical Interoperability Solution, is a feature-rich, simple-to-use device with four radio ports that can be networked and managed remotely. Weighing less than 3 pounds, the ACU-M is easy to deploy and affordably priced, making it ideal for mission-critical interoperability.
The next generation ACU-Z1 Interoperability Gateway with twelve ports maintains the modular nature of the company’s signature ACU product with many high level improvements such as: Boasts a smaller form factor, Requires less power, Can interface more types of communications systems, and is Operable from any web browser.
The ACU-2000 IP Interoperability Gateway with twelve ports provides true convergence of Local Interoperability, IP communications and control, and SIP. You can bring all the advantages of the open-standards SIP protocol to your radio systems and add radio functionality to your network.
ACU-5000 Interoperability Gateway networks (up to twelve nets) can be quickly put together allowing appropriate personnel to talk with each other, all using their own equipment: whether phones, various types of radios, or Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices.
The Rapid Deployable Communications Package (RDCP) developed by JPS Interoperability Solutions, Inc. is a tactical, transportable kit capable of providing local interoperability as well as wide-area interoperability over either: Cellular, Terrestrial, Satellite, or BGAN ethernet service.
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