VoIP for base station

Tuesday, 27 July, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.westel.com.au/

Westel Wireless Systems has announced the release of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) connectivity as an option for its DRB-25 base station. VoIP connectivity enables the base station to be connected to a standard ethernet LAN or WAN and to be controlled by a remote PC console.

Previously the connection between base station and console required an expensive, dedicated wireline or microwave link, however this development allows the connection to use an existing, lower cost LAN.

The use of internet protocol (IP) to carry voice is growing rapidly in telecommunications networks, but has not previously been used in mobile radio. Wide area networks can now be established for public safety customers. This enables a cost-effective connection for multiple base stations and consoles to form wide area radio systems similar to those used by expensive statewide networks.

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