Zetron Inc.

VOIP Radio Dispatch System (VoIP RDS) v. 1.8

Zetron's VoIP Radio Dispatch System (VoIP RDS) v. 1.8. This release supports many of the popular features provided in Zetron’s Series 4000 dispatch system, such as combined telephone-radio headset functionality, instant recall recording, and analog console logging—along with the flexibility and future readiness of IP.

New VoIP RDS Features include:

  • Better control for operators - The telephone-radio headset interface allows operators to use one headset to handle phones and radio dispatching and to move seamlessly between the two functions. The interface also supports an improved headset jackbox that includes two separate volume controls.
  • Support for analog logging recorders; simpler installation - The new audio interface supports analog console logging recorders. Its standardized connectors also simplify the installation of VoIP RDS.
  • Instant Recall Recording -The VoIP RDS Instant Recall Recorder is an integrated software option that allows operators to replay missed calls or save them for later review.
  • Reduced costs and support for up to 99 remote radio functions -The new VoIP RDS gateway connects directly to Kenwood radios. This cuts costs and installation time because communications between the console and radio require only one box instead of two. The gateway supports up to 99 remote radio functions when the radio and gateway are co-located. The gateway also supports Knox paging protocols.

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