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As well as traditional conventional systems, conventional IP networks and trunked networks, NEXEDGE allows you to link up to 1,000 sites
(up to 24 networks).
Digital Conventional Systems
NEXEDGE conventional systems offer capabilities beyond analog conventional systems. With large unit ID and talk group ID capacity, operators can identify and segment different depart- mental/agency groups and sub-groups on shared channels. Mixed Mode allows service to both analog and digital fleets at the same time.
• RAN (Radio Access Number) base units include a 16 RAN capacity conventional repeater controller for 16 user group site sharing (RAN range: 1-64; this is similar to CTCSS/DCS use in FM).
• 1,000 GIDs Large talk group ID capacity for group selective calling.
• 1,000 UIDs Large unit ID capacity for individual selective calling.
• Mixed Channel Type FM & NXDN conventional units can share the same RF channel. Both subscriber units and bases demodulate incoming analog FM or NXDN digital calls and talkback or repeat in the same mode (combination with any bandwidth).
[ Conventional System ]
Digital Conventional IP Networks
NEXEDGE Conventional IP Networks offer wide area coverage or coverage fill-in extensions.
• 16 or 48 Site Configurations NEXEDGE Conventional IP networks link up to 16 or 48 digital conventional repeaters into one system for wide area coverage or coverage fill-in extensions.
• Beacon Signals As users roam throughout the network, subscriber units use beacon signals to choose the best repeater for communications.
• Normal or Automatic Site Roam (per Zone) Subscriber zones can be programmed for “Normal Channel Select,” for traditional conventional operation, and/or “Automatic Site Roam,” which allows subscribers to scan for site beacon signals to lock on to in order to make or receive network calls.
• Receiver Voting Voting systems extend the portable talk-in range of an NXR-710/810 conventional repeater by utilizing
a constellation of satellite receivers linked to the repeater site. Portable signal strength data (RSSI) is sent via IP link to the repeater site which compares and selects the receiver site with the best audio quality for re-transmission.
[ Conventional IP Network ]

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