Impulse Wireless MPT1327 to PTT migration
The P1 to P4 buttons on the Impulse Wireless VM2 can now make private two-way PTT calls or predefined group PTT calls. Users can also dial other PTT users from its optional keypad microphone.
The VM2 and its new functions support Impulse Wireless PTT, Vertel PTT, Simoco Push, ChatterPTT, Tassta and a number of other PTT/PoC platforms.
With many users still on MPT1327 systems, this is a helpful feature, which assists migrating from radio technology to PTT by virtually eliminating the need for user retraining.
PTT users can now dial other users like they did on their legacy Vertel, Telstra Fleetcoms or other radio system. Customers still have the flexibility of choosing to allow private, group or ad hoc PTT calls as needs dictate. System admins may also allow or disallow certain functions on a per-user basis.
Priority levels and ‘transmit interrupt’ means dispatchers can always contact their team, regardless of how busy the radio is with private calls or user chatter.
The benefits to companies implementing the system are reduced user training and ease of migration; additional features and functionality thanks to PTT; voice quality and coverage.
For more information: https://www.impulsewireless.com.au/vm2.
Phone: 02 8705 3778
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