ABSTRACT

Audio Gateway Handbook   [open pdf - 2MB]

"The basic function of an audio gateway is to interconnect disparate communications devices (typically two-way radios) and allow audio to be patched between any and all of those devices as needed. These communication devices can be portable and mobile radios, base stations, telephones, cell phones or satellite phones. [...] Gateways can come in many different shapes and sizes. They range from something that could fit in a pocket supporting two radios to several racks of equipment supporting thousands of radios. Knowing how the equipment is going to be deployed and how many radios it must interface is an import factor in determining a suitable gateway. The category of gateways compared in this document is considered portable/transportable."

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ICTAP-OG&T-HNDBK-002-R0
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2006-03
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