Zetron series 6300 radio-over-IP gateways

Wednesday, 14 December, 2011 | Supplied by: Zetron Australasia Pty Ltd


Zetron’s series 6300 radio-over-IP gateways provide flexible, IP-based connections between a variety of radio dispatch backroom equipment and remote wireline radio resources. The gateways ease the migration of circuits between radios and their control equipment from legacy leased lines to IP networks.

The gateways allow users to migrate without replacing their large installed base of LMR wireline equipment. Any audio, serial and I/O settings can easily be adjusted through a web browser without requiring any physical adjustments to the hardware.

The series supports common 4-wire circuits employing tone remote control (TRC) of radios, as well as 6- and 8-wire circuits employing local and/or E&M control. This makes it compatible with a wide variety of radio control equipment, such as desktop remotes and radio dispatch consoles.

The RoIP gateways support the delivery of serial data (RS232 and TTL options) and digital I/O, as well as voice. This eases the migration of systems that incorporate both voice and low-bandwidth serial data, such as voted receivers. It uses TCP and Unicast UDP IP packets rather than Multicast UDP packets which helps avoid the need for special IT infrastructure and special IT personnel skills.

The series comes in two versions: the model 6301 and model 6302. The 6301 single radio-channel version provides a cost-effective connection to a single radio resource. The 6302 dual radio-channel version is useful in places like the back room, where using two connections may save space.

Online: www.zetron.com
Phone: 07 3856 4888
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