Icom VE-PG3 RoIP gateway

Tuesday, 30 June, 2015 | Supplied by: Icom Australia Pty Ltd

Icom’s VE-PG3 RoIP gateway is designed to enhance communication coverage of a radio network and the convenience of radio usage by leveraging IP networking technology with ease of implementation.

The VE-PG3 has two modes: converter mode and bridge mode. Converter mode interconnects calls between connected IP phones, analog phones and radio networks. Radio users can initiate phone calls using DTMF codes and can connect to other users via an IP phone or PTSN line. With an optional remote communicator, this creates an IP-based virtual radio on a PC and works as a simple dispatch system. Additionally, external equipment can be connected such as a public address system, sirens and warning lights.

Bridge mode interconnects two or more RoIP networks over an IP network. The VE-PG3 can connect dispersed radio systems over the network and can provide cross-band communication between VHF/UHF, IDAS and NXDN digital and analog conventional radio systems. Further, when the IP network system is compatible with IP multicast routing, three or more VE-PG3s can be connected in bridge mode to provide site-to-multisite radio communications.

Online: www.icom.net.au
Phone: 03 9549 7500
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