Analog to IP Conversion Gateway
The Citadel IP Radio Gateway serves as the connection between non-IP radios and your network. InterTalk’s Citadel IP Radio Gateway can be used to construct nearly any type of voice or data radio network. 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.
Specsheet – Citadel IP Radio Gateway [PDF – 1.7 MB]
IP-Connected Remote Site Control
Small and mighty, with powerful voice and audio handling, the Citadel 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.
The Citadel can connect to and control base stations via GPIO (parallel port) connections, with additional ports available to control radio units using RS-232/422/485, USB or Ethernet. The Citadel can control up to four (4) base stations per controller using a single IP connection with TCP/IP for control, and RTP/UDP/IP for voice streaming.
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 also enables an extended network of conventional repeaters to work together over a wide area. While analog trunks can be used, IP connections between the sites allow for advanced features such as peer-to-peer receiver voting, transmitter steering, and talker identification. With the addition of the Vantage Dispatch Console System, a small and very functional radio network with advanced features can be built for less than the cost of a typical P25 system controller.
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 Analog Radio Gateway is the smartest, most economical choice for your remote, battery/solar-powered radio site requirements.
DTMF Tone Call-in
MDC-1200 Protocol Support
Local Radio Control
12 General Purpose Inputs (Alarms)
3W Power Dissipation
Supports MDC-1200, GE-Star™, Fleetsync™ signalling
Local Radio Control
Citadel Enmesh Tone Remote Controller
InterTalk’s Citadel Enmesh Tone Remote Controller connects up to four 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.
Specsheet – Citadel Enmesh [PDF – 1.6 MB]
Speech Plus Data System
InterTalk’s™ Speech Plus Data System (SPD) is utilized to control your agency’s Speech Plus Data radio trunks and/or base stations over legacy analog lines. InterTalk’s SPD is housed on a Linux-run server platform, and each SPD Controller can be configured to control up to 192 polling radio trunks over eight T1 spans. InterTalk’s SPD System can also be configured for complete redundancy, ensuring no critical communications or information are lost to outages or unforeseen circumstances. Learn more about InterTalk’s complete Rail communications ecosystem. Read our White Paper entitled “Modern Speech Plus Data Systems.”
Specsheet – Speech Plus Data System [PDF – 1.4 MB]
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