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RoIP Gateways for Analog Radios

The Omnitronics IPR Series of RoIP Gateways merge the power and flexibility of IP with analog radio equipment and networks.

This greatly increases communication reach and offers many benefits including interoperability, scalability, low cost of ownership and ease of implementation. It replaces expensive leased lines and is brand independent. The IPR Series enables you to create flexible and powerful radio networks with convenient operator access.

For information on how Radio over IP can improve your radio network, click here or see some applications.

IPR100 RoIP Gateway

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The IPR100 RoIP Gateway is designed to provide Voice over IP extensions for analog radio equipment. Each device enables an analog two-way radio to be remotely controlled over an IP link, either in a LAN or WAN environment.

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 The IPR110+ is a flexible RoIP Gateway that combines VoIP & SIP technologies to enable dynamic connections to remote radios making radio communications more accessible and easy to use.

  1. Connect disparate radio repeaters via IP
  2. Integrate dispatch systems to radios via IP
  3. Interface SIP-based phone networks Directly with radio networks
  4. Leased Line Replacement 
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The IPR400 S2 Interoperability Gateway is the big brother to the IPR100 and a fully fledged multichannel RoIP interface combined with an Interoperability Gateway.

It can remotely connect up to four two-way radios over an IP link and allows patching between local radio channels and remote VoIP connections. 

The IPR400 S2 is an interoperability power-house that can be used to dynamically patch multiple radios even if the radios are thousands of miles apart. 

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RoIP Gateways for Secure Communications

Omnitronics RoIP Gateways are not only powerful and easy to install, they also provide security of information. 

 

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Save on Cost

 Increasing interoperability of a network helps generate gains across productivity, time and other network resources.

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Use Existing Systems

Migrate existing analog or digital radio systems without the pain that usually comes with upgrades to the new technology.

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Secure Encryption

Worried about security of communications? Omnitronics RoIP Gateways offer built-in encryption, protecting against unauthorized access and eavesdropping.

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Flexible

Scaling up has never been so simple: Shake off the limitations of a Telco network with the power of IP!

Omnitronics gateways support multiple protocols. They can be setup anywhere – they’re no longer restricted by a physical cable.

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Compatible

Connect with standard off-the-shelf hardware and industry standard management tools.

Omnitronics RoIP gateways make it so easy to build and manage networks without relying on proprietary Telco equipment.. 

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Reliable

Say goodbye to service interruptions!

RoIP gateways can build in redundancies and back-up paths – increasing availability and reliability of the network. 

IPR Feature Comparison

Which Radio over IP (RoIP) Gateway is right for you?

Analog 4-Wire E&M Port

 

  
 
Software control of 4W E&M busy and PTT signal interface (contact, voltage etc.)
Isolated opto-coupled PTT and COS outputs
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with silence suppression for bandwidth efficiency (received analog audio on 4W E&M)
Isolated PTT control using relay contacts and isolated COS opto-coupler input

IPR100

Software control of 4W E&M busy and PTT signal interface (contact, voltage etc.)
Isolated opto-coupled PTT and COS outputs
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with silence suppression for bandwidth efficiency (received analog audio on 4W E&M)
Isolated PTT control using relay contacts and isolated COS opto-coupler input

IPR110+

Software control of 4W E&M busy and PTT signal interface (contact, voltage etc.)
Isolated opto-coupled PTT and COS outputs
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with silence suppression for bandwidth efficiency (received analog audio on 4W E&M)
Isolated PTT control using relay contacts and isolated COS opto-coupler input

IPR400S2

Software control of 4W E&M busy and PTT signal interface (contact, voltage etc.)
Isolated opto-coupled PTT and COS outputs
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with silence suppression for bandwidth efficiency (received analog audio on 4W E&M)
Isolated PTT control using relay contacts and isolated COS opto-coupler input
Handset Port

 

  
 
Compatibility of handset port with Omnitronics 960 Handsets and Consoles

IPR100

Compatibility of handset port with Omnitronics 960 Handsets and Consoles

IPR110+

Compatibility of handset port with Omnitronics 960 Handsets and Consoles

IPR400S2

Compatibility of handset port with Omnitronics 960 Handsets and Consoles
Ethernet Port

 

  
 
10/100-BaseT Ethernet radio port via US Modular connector
Software configurable and firmware upgradeable via web interface

IPR100

10/100-BaseT Ethernet radio port via US Modular connector
Software configurable and firmware upgradeable via web interface

IPR110+

10/100-BaseT Ethernet radio port via US Modular connector
Software configurable and firmware upgradeable via web interface

IPR400S2

10/100-BaseT Ethernet radio port via US Modular connector
Software configurable and firmware upgradeable via web interface
Serial Port

 

  
 
Serial data pass-through
Serial radio channel change
Control channel-change compatible radios with Omnitronics VoIP-based radiodispatch systems such as DX-Altus™, RediTALK™, or 960SIP™

IPR100

Serial data pass-through
Serial radio channel change
Control channel-change compatible radios with Omnitronics VoIP-based radiodispatch systems such as DX-Altus™, RediTALK™, or 960SIP™

IPR110+

Serial data pass-through
Serial radio channel change
Control channel-change compatible radios with Omnitronics VoIP-based radiodispatch systems such as DX-Altus™, RediTALK™, or 960SIP™

IPR400S2

Serial data pass-through
Serial radio channel change
Control channel-change compatible radios with Omnitronics VoIP-based radiodispatch systems such as DX-Altus™, RediTALK™, or 960SIP™
LED Indicators

 

  
 
Status and diagnostic LED indicators on front panel
Multifunction LCD on front panel

IPR100

Status and diagnostic LED indicators on front panel
Multifunction LCD on front panel

IPR110+

Status and diagnostic LED indicators on front panel
Multifunction LCD on front panel

IPR400S2

Status and diagnostic LED indicators on front panel
Multifunction LCD on front panel
Tone Signalling

 

  
 
Receive and transmit MDC1200 signaling information
Translate MDC1200 to/from selcall tone sequences as well as in-band tones
CTCSS detection/generation
DTMF/SELCALL detection2
Receive and transmit EIA Tone Remote sequences
Tone Signalling: Selcall, DTMF (including channel change), EIA Tone Remote, Guard Tone, MDC1200, 2-Tone Paging and CTCSS
Support for CTCSS, SELCALL, and DTMF over highly compressed links
Support for CTCSS as data to minimise bandwidth usage

IPR100

Receive and transmit MDC1200 signaling information
Translate MDC1200 to/from selcall tone sequences as well as in-band tones
CTCSS detection/generation
DTMF/SELCALL detection2
Receive and transmit EIA Tone Remote sequences
Tone Signalling: Selcall, DTMF (including channel change), EIA Tone Remote, Guard Tone, MDC1200, 2-Tone Paging and CTCSS
Support for CTCSS, SELCALL, and DTMF over highly compressed links
Support for CTCSS as data to minimise bandwidth usage

IPR110+

Receive and transmit MDC1200 signaling information
Translate MDC1200 to/from selcall tone sequences as well as in-band tones
CTCSS detection/generation
DTMF/SELCALL detection2
Receive and transmit EIA Tone Remote sequences
Tone Signalling: Selcall, DTMF (including channel change), EIA Tone Remote, Guard Tone, MDC1200, 2-Tone Paging and CTCSS
Support for CTCSS, SELCALL, and DTMF over highly compressed links
Support for CTCSS as data to minimise bandwidth usage

IPR400S2

Receive and transmit MDC1200 signaling information
Translate MDC1200 to/from selcall tone sequences as well as in-band tones
CTCSS detection/generation
DTMF/SELCALL detection2
Receive and transmit EIA Tone Remote sequences
Tone Signalling: Selcall, DTMF (including channel change), EIA Tone Remote, Guard Tone, MDC1200, 2-Tone Paging and CTCSS
Support for CTCSS, SELCALL, and DTMF over highly compressed links
Support for CTCSS as data to minimise bandwidth usage
Analog Audio Delay Modes

 

  
 
Audio delays for busy validation
Radio/Handset: Trunk Radio audio delay mode
Interfaces to Smartnet™ type trunking radios via audio delay

IPR100

Audio delays for busy validation
Radio/Handset: Trunk Radio audio delay mode
Interfaces to Smartnet™ type trunking radios via audio delay

IPR110+

Audio delays for busy validation
Radio/Handset: Trunk Radio audio delay mode
Interfaces to Smartnet™ type trunking radios via audio delay

IPR400S2

Audio delays for busy validation
Radio/Handset: Trunk Radio audio delay mode
Interfaces to Smartnet™ type trunking radios via audio delay
VoIP Functionality

 

  
 
Static or dynamic IP address configuration
Multicast addressing to efficiently send audio to multiple destinations
Multiple voice codecs for optimal data compression
Number of concurrent active VoIP sessions
PTT via VAD on incoming VoIP
Optional voice encryption with user configurable key
Optional DES voice encryption technology for secure voice transmissions
Secure communications using AES encryption
Optional stronger encryption (AES with a key length of 256 bits)3
Jitter buffer on VoIP to consoles/IPRs/DRGs
PTT via DTMF tones
ESChat integration to extend coverage of existing radio network4
Linking radio ports with omnilink

IPR100

Static or dynamic IP address configuration
Multicast addressing to efficiently send audio to multiple destinations
Multiple voice codecs for optimal data compression
Number of concurrent active VoIP sessions : 5
PTT via VAD on incoming VoIP
Optional voice encryption with user configurable key
Optional DES voice encryption technology for secure voice transmissions
Secure communications using AES encryption
Optional stronger encryption (AES with a key length of 256 bits)3
Jitter buffer on VoIP to consoles/IPRs/DRGs
PTT via DTMF tones
ESChat integration to extend coverage of existing radio network4
Linking radio ports with omnilink

IPR110+

Static or dynamic IP address configuration
Multicast addressing to efficiently send audio to multiple destinations
Multiple voice codecs for optimal data compression
Number of concurrent active VoIP sessions : 5
PTT via VAD on incoming VoIP
Optional voice encryption with user configurable key
Optional DES voice encryption technology for secure voice transmissions
Secure communications using AES encryption
Optional stronger encryption (AES with a key length of 256 bits)3
Jitter buffer on VoIP to consoles/IPRs/DRGs
PTT via DTMF tones
ESChat integration to extend coverage of existing radio network4
Linking radio ports with omnilink

IPR400S2

Static or dynamic IP address configuration
Multicast addressing to efficiently send audio to multiple destinations
Multiple voice codecs for optimal data compression
Number of concurrent active VoIP sessions : 48
PTT via VAD on incoming VoIP
Optional voice encryption with user configurable key
Optional DES voice encryption technology for secure voice transmissions
Secure communications using AES encryption
Optional stronger encryption (AES with a key length of 256 bits)3
Jitter buffer on VoIP to consoles/IPRs/DRGs
PTT via DTMF tones
ESChat integration to extend coverage of existing radio network4
Linking radio ports with omnilink
SIP Functionality

 

  
 
Number of incoming SIP connections supported
SIP state controls local PTT
SIP progress tones to VoIP connections
SIP remote status sounds, disconnect by tone, and connection control via tones.
Interoperability with hardware/software SIP phones, SIP servers, SIP PBX systems
Terminal radio to SIP phone patching (provide a radio-to-SIP-PABX gateway)
Connect to device via SIP Server (including authentication)
SIP connection control from Omnitronics software (web interface, RediTALK-Flex etc.)
SIP connection control from DTMF/SELCALL inputs on 4W E&M audio input
Originate SIP calls
Accept SIP calls (from Omnitronics IPR/DRG devices and consoles such as RediTALKFlex and 960SIP)
Automatic SIP registration on startup (to SIP server/PABX)

IPR100

Number of incoming SIP connections supported : 12
SIP state controls local PTT
SIP progress tones to VoIP connections
SIP remote status sounds, disconnect by tone, and connection control via tones.
Interoperability with hardware/software SIP phones, SIP servers, SIP PBX systems
Terminal radio to SIP phone patching (provide a radio-to-SIP-PABX gateway)
Connect to device via SIP Server (including authentication)
SIP connection control from Omnitronics software (web interface, RediTALK-Flex etc.)
SIP connection control from DTMF/SELCALL inputs on 4W E&M audio input
Originate SIP calls
Accept SIP calls (from Omnitronics IPR/DRG devices and consoles such as RediTALKFlex and 960SIP)
Automatic SIP registration on startup (to SIP server/PABX)

IPR110+

Number of incoming SIP connections supported : 12
SIP state controls local PTT
SIP progress tones to VoIP connections
SIP remote status sounds, disconnect by tone, and connection control via tones.
Interoperability with hardware/software SIP phones, SIP servers, SIP PBX systems
Terminal radio to SIP phone patching (provide a radio-to-SIP-PABX gateway)
Connect to device via SIP Server (including authentication)
SIP connection control from Omnitronics software (web interface, RediTALK-Flex etc.)
SIP connection control from DTMF/SELCALL inputs on 4W E&M audio input
Originate SIP calls
Accept SIP calls (from Omnitronics IPR/DRG devices and consoles such as RediTALKFlex and 960SIP)
Automatic SIP registration on startup (to SIP server/PABX)

IPR400S2

Number of incoming SIP connections supported : 48
SIP state controls local PTT
SIP progress tones to VoIP connections
SIP remote status sounds, disconnect by tone, and connection control via tones.
Interoperability with hardware/software SIP phones, SIP servers, SIP PBX systems
Terminal radio to SIP phone patching (provide a radio-to-SIP-PABX gateway)
Connect to device via SIP Server (including authentication)
SIP connection control from Omnitronics software (web interface, RediTALK-Flex etc.)
SIP connection control from DTMF/SELCALL inputs on 4W E&M audio input
Originate SIP calls
Accept SIP calls (from Omnitronics IPR/DRG devices and consoles such as RediTALKFlex and 960SIP)
Automatic SIP registration on startup (to SIP server/PABX)

White Paper

VoIP for Radio Networks

Radio over IP (RoIP) adds significant value to Radio Networks. This White Paper explores the many benefits of this technology and discusses the range of differing applications in which it can be used.

 

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