Zetron Pathway+ radio interfaces
Zetron Pathway+ radio interfaces allow communication and control with legacy radios, via 4-wire analog, Motorola Quantar base station though the v.24 interface or modern DFSI enable radio devices.
The product acts as a DFSI proxy providing arbitration and control of a radio and the multiple console systems, sharing a single resource. It directs appropriate messages and handles message conflicts, overcoming the point-to-point limitations of the DFSI protocol and allowing it to act as a multipoint communication device.
The product is suitable for applications that may include system migration, disaster recovery, backup centre operation and multiagency control, while maintaining use of legacy fixed stations. This allows the same base station resource to be accessed by multiple agencies or jurisdictions. Transmissions made from any one of the console systems are passed to the connected fixed station interface and onto any other connected console system or controller.
When connected to P25 radio systems, the product supports packet data transmissions, allowing features such as key management to be implemented.
Product features include support for communication and control of P25 DFSI base stations, analog 4-wire E&M radios and Motorola V.24 Quantar base stations and infrastructure; connections between modern IP command and control faculties and legacy radio infrastructure; uses the TIA P25 digital fixed station interface protocol standard, as well as providing connection and arbitration of up to four DFSI console systems, and shared connections with two radio channels; and an easy-to-use local or remote web-based configuration.
For more information: http://www.zetron.com/en-us/products/radiodispatch/pathway.aspx.
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