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Most Frequently Asked RoIP Questions Answered

As a pioneer in Radio over IP Technology, Omnitronics Research & Development Manager Paul Whitfield has been a trailblazer of RoIP technology and solutions with international recognition. Get answers from a RoIP expert by browsing through the collection of Radio over IP topics and articles. Alternatively hear it directly from the horse’s mouth and watch the 3-Part RoIP Webinar Series on demand.

 

Simple and Effective Leased Line Replacement with RoIP

Simple and Effective Leased Line Replacement with RoIP

Leased lines are still being used in many parts of the world to carry voice communications between radio repeater sites and from radio sites to dispatching centers. Telecom service providers charge for this service and fees can be a significant proportion of the...

4 Examples of Audio Bridging’s Ease of Use and Reliability

4 Examples of Audio Bridging’s Ease of Use and Reliability

When teams need to exchange information over different radio bands, these disparities introduce obstacles that are impossible to overcome unless departments have the right technology. Audio bridging enables multiple teams using disparate...

The Flexibility of Radio over IP

The Flexibility of Radio over IP

In business it’s resilience, in psychology it’s plasticity but whatever you call it, flexibility is an essential component of a successful organization. There is no better way to create flexibility than through highly agile communication systems. Unlike cellular...

What is RoIP and Why is it Important?

What is RoIP and Why is it Important?

What is RoIP and Why is it Important? Given the popularity of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions available to businesses and individuals today, it’s a good bet you are familiar with how much digital technology has impacted our...

Cost Saving Benefits of Radio over IP

Cost Saving Benefits of Radio over IP

There are a number of quality and reliability benefits associated with radio over IP (RoIP) dispatch solutions, but for many organizations, the most pressing concern for their business is cost management. Maintaining and effectively running the type of equipment...

Ensuring Security for Your RoIP Network

Ensuring Security for Your RoIP Network

Radio over IP (RoIP) has leveraged modern digital technology to introduce a number of impressive new features and benefits to our communications networks. The Internet provides greater widespread connectivity, new functionality such as location services and improved...

Going Deeper with RoIP Networks

Going Deeper with RoIP Networks

Transitioning to Radio over IP (RoIP) offers some tremendous benefits to organizations that rely on two-way radio communications. Lower costs, greater reliability and increased interoperability are just a selection of the enhancements users can expect, for industries...

An Overview of VoIP for Radio Networks

An Overview of VoIP for Radio Networks

An Overview of VoIP for Radio Networks Public safety is of critical importance to many fleet mobile operators. As such, the convergence of communications with IT continues to see numerous improvements through the adaptation of Voice over IP...

Flexibility of Radio over IP

Flexibility of Radio over IP

In business it's resilience, in psychology it's called plasticity but whatever you call it, flexibility is an essential component of a successful organization. There is no better way to create flexibility than through highly agile communication systems. Unlike...

Why Use a Gateway for Digital Radios?

Why Use a Gateway for Digital Radios?

The decision to move to digital radio can be made for a number of reasons, but it's likely that organizations would cite the beneficial shift to Radio over IP (RoIP) as one of the key factors. This may be especially true for dispatchers who had previously been on an...

Using RoIP as part of your Disaster Recovery Plan

Using RoIP as part of your Disaster Recovery Plan

With so many natural disasters in recent years (the Christchurch earthquakes, Qld floods and Black Saturday bushfires to name a few), organisations are now thinking about how to maintain their communications networks during these times, when they are needed most....

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