The RT-RoIP1 is a state-of-the-art radio over IP network controller. It is employed advanced digital voice processing technology to interface with most popular voice messengers for bridging 2 or more radio networks. It is an easy of operation, cost effective and highly flexible platform for extending communication range by linking conventional two-way radio into a radio over IP network system.
The key features of RT-RoIP1 are:
Install in a second, no IT expert technique is required
Very easy operation
Build-in high quality USB audio CODEC, supports both Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 and Mac OS
Build-in analog interface for supporting unrecognized OS
DTMF remote radio over IP link ON/OFF control with password protection
Allows user to change the DTMF remote control password
Works with most popular voice messengers
Works with most popular handheld radios
4. USB Terminal
This terminal is used to connect the RT-RoIP1 to an USB port of computer. ( Without connect analog cable when connect USB )
5. Analog Audio SPK Terminal
This terminal is used to connect to the speaker out of computer.
6. Analog Audio MIC Terminal
This terminal is used to connect to the microphone input of computer.
7. Trigger Level Adjustment
This VR is used to adjust the link signal trigger level from USB and analog inputs.
8. Mode Select Switch
DIP SW1 : Radio Unit PTT Control Mode Selection. OFF for PTT Mode 1. ON for PTT Mode 2
DIP SW2 : Audio Input and Output Selection. OFF for USB terminal. ON for Analog terminals
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