The RSP-Z2TM supports: SIP, RTP, RoIP, Radio, dispatch, or audio connections.
This allows public safety agencies to communicate with a vast array of communication devices using a single interoperable platform.
The RSP-Z2TM – Dual Channel Interoperability Gateway works on a Linux operating system and includes:
Smartphone and tablet interface,
Supports SIP/RoIP passthrough,
SIP/RoIP net with two radios
Intuitive web-based GUI with SSH encryption
Supports: Independent SIP, RTP, or ROIP radio interfaces; Remote Radio Relay
Single RJ-45 connector & IP address for both channels
Can use a PC, Smart Phone, or Tablet for configuration, control, and audio links
USB port supports software upgrades and monitor/dispatch with specified USB headsets/DECT 6.0 Headsets
Includes JPS radio interface algorithms developed over several decades as the leader in radio interoperability
Uses standard JPS radio interface cables
Remotely interfaces radios, or other devices to other RSP-Z2TM units and JPS gateways, including the new ACU-Z1
Versatile modes of operation:
In stand-alone mode, users can monitor and control the remote radios connected by the RSP-Z2TM.
Remote Extension Mode
The RSP-Z2TM functioning as a pair of independent Radio to IP interfaces.
Use multiple RSP-Z2TMs with a Z2C Controller to create a wide area interoperability system.
An operator using the Z2C Controller can create interoperability nets by drag-and-drop operations on icons that represent each of the system endpoints that are interfaced by the RSP-Z2TM units. A Z2C Controller operator can also perform dispatch operations on all endpoints; icons can be set for full two-way communications or monitor only.
The RSP-Z2TM simplifies setup.
This is the first screen seen when browsing to the RSP-Z2TM, clicking on one of the three choices sets up the the RSP-Z2TM for control of that capability.
The choices for the RSP-Z2TMTM – Dual Channel Interoperability Gateway are below:
Cross-Connected with Backhaul
Cross Connected with Backhaul:
Education Use Case:
In this diagram the college campus on the right is using the JPS VIA PTToC APP to communicate with each other. JPS VIA talk group 2 can communicate with the security police (in the middle of the diagram) on the handheld radio off one of the RSP-Z2 radio ports. This is achieved when the JPS VIA goes to the JPS VIA server, which converts the signal to JPS RoIP, which connects to the RSP-Z2, and to the LMR security. All talk groups can be connected to the police if required.