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Simple Rebanding and Narrowbanding

With radio bandwidth becoming more in demand, regulatory authorities are mandating a narrowbanding of frequency bands used.

Many organizations can find this difficult to do instantaneously due to the time and cost involved. Downtime is generally not an option.

Omnitronics’ Audio Bridges can make this conversion easy, without any loss of service.

Using these Audio Bridges, organizations can purchase and install their new radios over a period of time, during which time the legacy and new units run in parallel.

This is done by physically connecting each radio through the Audio Bridge at the repeater site, which then combines the audio regardless of frequency or manufacturer.

For more information on Omnitronics range of Audio Bridges, click here or contact us.

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Audio Bridging: Real-World Applications

Audio Bridging provides a uniform way of interconnecting radio equipment from different manufacturers and in different frequency bands. Typically this is done at the repeater remote site to provide multiple paths within a single radio network. However, with advances in technology a vast array of additional applications are possible.

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