RUN100A


Radionect RUN100ATM is a small but powerful edge gateway for integration of legacy two-way radios with IP technology. RUN100A contains the fully capable Radionect switching engine and therefore can be deployed in both standalone and networked scenarios. In networked scenarios, several RUN100A units can be interconnected over IP networks with fully distributed switching architecture and no single point of failure. Network of RUN100A nodes enables customers to unite in one common radio communication space their disparate radio networks situated in multiple locations, deployed in multiple frequency channels and bands, and working in analogue or digital modes.

 

Remote radio dispatch

Geographically dispersed supervisors are enabled with voice, data and alarm communications over remote two-way radio sites using Radionect Dispatch Console applications on their Windows computers or tailored desktop appliances connected to RUN100A devices via IP networks.

Distributed logging of radio voice and data, centralized archiving

RUN100A devices log voice and data information from two-way radios to the embedded memory. The logged information can be reviewed on a per device basis via standard internet browsers. Additionally, the logged voice and data information can be automatically uploaded to the centralized vault for the archiving and review.

Proactive monitoring of radio networks health

Radio technicians are enabled with a tool for proactive monitoring and testing of radio coverage in their conventional radio networks using MOTOTRBO™ donor radios.

Radionect IP intercom at donor radios

IP intercom feature adds the second PTT button for voice calls over broadband networks at MOTOTRBO™ donor radios. In this way legacy two-way radios are enabled with the second “leg” over broadband connections for seamless communications when the radios cannot be reached over legacy radio channels.

 

General features

Compatible with MOTOTRBO high-tier donor radios[1]
Self-sufficient networked node
Fully distributed switching architecture with no single point of failure
Real-time communication with radios using Radionect Dispatch Consoles
Reliable local logging of radio voice and data to the embedded memory
Radio echo channel for one-person radio coverage testing
Web interface for viewing and replaying of local logged information
Automatic and secure upload of logged information to the centralized vault[2] [3]
Time synchronization via NTP
Web interface for device management
Configuration backup and restore
Remote firmware upgrades
LED indication of radio and network channels’ health

 

[1] Donor radio must be purchased separately, see applicable models in the Specification section

[2] The activation licence must be purchased

[3] The centralized vault, Radionect Archiving Server must be deployed

 

Features with MOTOTRBO™ radio technology

Full radio control and digital audio via Generic Option Boards (GOB)
Support of MOTOTRBO™ services: XCMP/XNL, ARS, LRRP, TMS, Telemetry, Control Signaling, GOB
Group and individual1 voice calls
Emergency alarms and calls[1]
Identification of talkers by radio IDs[1]
Radio text messages[1]
Radio text messages on donor radio’s GPIO change
GPS location information from radios[1] [2]
Affiliation of donor radio’s RSSI with logged radio calls, handy tool for monitoring and troubleshooting
Actualization of current donor radio channel names (programmed aliases)
Switching radio channels at donor radios
Logging of donor radio transmit audio
Radionect IP intercom at donor radios via standard microphones[3] and speakers[2]
Remote upgrades of GOB firmware
Integration with MOTOTRBO Radio Management and IMPRES Battery Fleet Management
Powering from donor radios, less hardware required  

[1] Applicable to digital radio channels only
[2] The activation licence must be purchased
[3] Radio microphones with several buttons must be used


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