IP-Connected Remote Site Control
The Citadel Base Station Controller serves as the connection between non-IP radios and your network. InterTalk’s Citadel Base Station Controller can be used to construct nearly any type of voice or data radio network, as it converts any audio from conventional radio or phone and sends it to your console system(s) and radio sites at your agency, and vice versa. Small and mighty, with powerful voice and audio handling, the Citadel Base Station Controller can be customized to meet your exact communications requirements in the field, and also allows you to remotely control gates, doors, lighting, alarms, generators, or anything else connected to your network.
Where no IP backhaul facilities exist, the Citadel can be configured for analog trunk operation by using one of the analog ports as drop-and-insert style trunk connections.
The Citadel’s DSP technology accompanied by its built-in Linux operating system make it easily modifiable for any job you can think up for your site. Coupled with a best-in-class input and output offerings, an extreme temperature range tolerance (-40°C to +65°C / -40°F to 149°F), and a significantly lower power requirement (3W nominal), our Citadel Base Station Controller is the smartest, most economical choice for your remote, battery/solar-powered radio site requirements.
12 General Purpose Inputs (Alarms)
12 Outputs (Controls)
3W Power Dissipation
Supports MDC-1200, G-Star™, Fleetsync™ signalling
Supports tone remote control, analog paging tones, Selcall, CTCSS/DCS, FFSK/GMSK, PSK
Tone, serial, local, or relay radio control
Ethernet for connection to consoles
Audio interface to radios, phone, voters, and other audio sources
Serial port for RS-232 data
Functions in -40F to +149F (-40C to +65C) temperature environments