The ACU-M, Mission Critical Interoperability Solution, is a feature-rich, simple-to-use device with four radio ports that can be networked and managed remotely. Weighing less than 3 pounds, the ACU-M is easy to deploy and affordably priced, making it ideal for mission-critical interoperability.
The drawing below shows the JPS VIA PTToC app connecting through the JPS VIA server (on the left) to the ACU-M via one of the two RoIP channels:
The ACU-M connects to a donor radio for the LMR Repeater system on the right. The PTToC users and the LMR users connect on the same talkgroup or channel.
The unit is equipped with a comprehensive suite of digital signal processing (DSP) functions that allow it to competently interconnect radios in any band including:
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The DSP function is notably absent from competitive counterparts.
An Ethernet port provides access to a network for:
Feature and firmware upgrades
The enclosure design of the ACU-M offers maximum portability and flexibility to meet the demands of establishing command and control in the field. The unit can be powered by a battery, vehicle +12-volt outlet, or AC power supply provided.
Below: ACU-M in a case, comes with AC or battery power.