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Push-to-Talk over Cellular/LMR Integration

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What is Push-to-Talk over Cellular?

The concept of Push-to-Talk over Cellular (POC) was introduced as an alternative to land mobile radio (LMR) communications. It offered the ability to take advantage of connecting through a growing number of cellular networks and towers. POC now has coverage far beyond the reach of existing LMR networks, along with the capabilities of high speed data.

POC applications support many of the same features as digital radios (group calls, GPS location, messaging, emergency notifications, etc.), typically at a cost savings. Furthermore, POC systems are able to communicate outside the traditional bounds of any LMR system.
 
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Why Radios are Still Critical and Here to Stay

LMR has been the default means of communications for wireless users, primarily among public safety and military operators. Technology has advanced to provide mobile devices many of the same features. However, POC applications and devices are still not yet considered mission critical.

There are several reasons agencies may want to maintain radio communications, even after implementing a POC solution. These include avoiding recurring fees, providing intrinsically safe devices, and relying on a communications network more capable of surviving infrastructure damage.

POC radio interfaces bridge both systems to provide ideal functionality and coverage expansion while remaining cost-effective and reliable. System capabilities may be shared beyond radio users with other key personnel.

 
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Benefits of Integrating LMR and POC Communications

Demand for two way radio over cellular continues to grow as more and more users require seamless integration with their POC counterparts. JPS radio gateways, such as the FirstNet Certified® RSP-Z2, provide a bridging interface between LMR systems and many modern POC solutions.

These products also offer a substantial amount of flexibility, supporting any requirement from 1:1 standalone applications to statewide solutions. Devices are deployed in a fraction of the time compared to LMR Equipment, both temporarily and permanently.
 
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The Ideal Push-to-Talk Over Cellular/Radio Gateway

The RSP-Z2 is designed with push-to-talk over cellular integration in mind. It is capable of hosting up to two LMR interfaces and two POC interfaces.

Furthermore, the RSP-Z2 contains the capability to bridge disparate POC applications together and to other devices, such as the MCC-4 Desktop Console or legacy JPS systems. The RSP-Z2 and the ACU-Z1 are the only POC gateways capable of interfacing to all existing POC integrations shown below.
 
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Our Current Push-to-Talk over Cellular Integrations

 

 
 

AT&T Enhanced Push-To-Talk

AT&T Enhanced Push-To-Talk (EPTT) is a next generation PTT service that provides virtually instant voice communications, highly secure messaging and location features over 3G, 4G, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi and serves as a powerful collaboration and productivity tool for businesses and governments. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

ESChat (Push-to-Talk)

ESChat is a subscription service that provides Push-to-Talk (PTT) Voice, Group Messaging and Location Services for Mobile Devices and PC Based Dispatch Users. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

JPS VIA

The JPS VIA Push-to-Talk over cellular application, integrated with ACU radio interoperability gateways, provides a major expansion in communications capabilities. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

Motorola WAVE Push-to-Talk

Take Push-To-Talk Further: Based on 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Mission Critical Push-To-Talk (MCPTT) standards, WAVE PTT provides fast, secure, reliable broadband PTT communication across any network, any device. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

Tango Tango

With Tango Tango, your existing two-way radio system can be with you everywhere you go. Tango Tango is a next-generation two-way radio app for radio users in markets like police, fire, emergency medical services, healthcare, manufacturing, utilities, education, and more. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

Verizon Push to Talk Plus

Users can connect from anywhere using Verizon’s 4G LTE network or over any WiFi network and can maximize their productivity with unmatched features including: instant group calling, robust contact lists, and call alert to get more done, in less time. (Description from app store listing)

 

 
 

Zello Walkie Talkie

Zello is the #1 digital two way radio app with over 150 million users in over 200 countries. Frontline workers, teams, and communities stay connected, safe, and productive. Zello turns your phone into a walkie talkie that works anywhere in the world as long as you are connected to the internet! (Description from app store listing)

 
 

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