4 Considerations for Implementing Location Services with Radio Dispatch
One of the most exciting advances in digital radio is the inclusion of global positioning information (GPS) within the radio network. This White Paper presents 4 aspects of Location Services that must be considered for a radio dispatch environment.
How Radio Continues to Drive Business in the Resources Industry
This White Paper explores 5 of the lessons learnt from the world leaders in resources – including the oil & gas and mining industries.
Significant savings and productivity can be made by switching to an IP infrastructure and using Radio over IP (RoIP) gateways. This White Paper outlines ten important considerations when selecting gateways for leased-line replacement.
5 Questions to Ask Before You Implement a Dispatch Solution with DMR
Before finalizing your network design, it is important to consider your dispatch console system and how best to integrate this as part of the overall solution. There are five key questions that should be asked to ensure you get the most out of your network and maximize the return on your investment.
Which Dispatch Solution?
With the large variety of dispatch consoles and solutions out there, not to mention the differing protocols and technologies, choosing the best dispatch console for your organization can be a confusing process.
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.
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.
Understanding RoIP Networks
Radio over IP differs from Voice over IP technology in a variety of ways. This White Paper explains those differences and the various considerations the IT team and systems integrators need to understand in order to create effective RoIP networks that meet their needs.