IP-Connected Interoperability Solution
InterTalk's Citadel Enmesh Tone Remote Contorller connects up to four (4) mobile radio units allowing in-field interoperability between diverse radio formats and RF bands. Need more than four radios? Multiple Enmesh units connect using IP so you can build any size interoperability bridge locally or over any distance. More than just an interoperability bridge, Enmesh can be used to extend coverage into unserviced areas. Citadel Enmesh units are built for harsh environmental conditions, and can be left in place permanently to provide gateways between radio systems even where those systems are far apart.
Scalable Communications Ecosystem
When your tactical operation needs centralized, instant communications across all the First Responders at your site, consider the InterTalk Encompass Mobile Dispatch Console. The Encompass can be set up and operating in just five minutes, and connects all your agency’s Enmesh units locally or across an IP network. You have instant access to field units, regardless of the band or format they are using. Quickly and effortlessly set up and pull down joined networks while simultaneously monitoring everything that is happening across all connected networks. With Encompass, you can talk to any of them – instantly!
Citadel Enmesh is housed in a standard 1 RU high 19” rack-mountable enclosure small enough to fit into nearly any rack. Alternatively, the unit can be conveniently mounted vertically on a backboard or on any open wall space. Citadel Enmesh can be fitted with various power supplies for 12 VDC, -48 VDC, 120 VAC or 240 VAC. Redundant dual power feeds allow multiple supplies to be used if needed. With pre-made interconnecting cables, Citadel Enmesh is ready to go within minutes of arriving at the scene.
Interoperability connections are configured via an IP-connected PC or laptop using a standard browser like Firefox or Chrome. The connections can be easily changed as your agency’s requirements evolve. The management dashboard lets you easily check, set and test levels as well as for proper PTT operation. VOX-based buffering is used to ensure that no audio is ever lost. While InterTalk’s default settings work well in most cases, the dashboard gives you full flexibility to adjust all VOX and buffer parameters allowing optimization of every connection.
|Crosstalk||< 60 dB|
|Maximum Output||3 Vrms|
|Minimum Input||14 mVrms|
|Frequency Response||300 - 3000 Hz +1/-3 dB|
|Input Power||12 vdc; 3 watts|
|Physical Dimensions||1.72" H x 11.1" D x 19.0" W|