Presentation on theme: "IDAS™ Conventional IP Network is now available!"— Presentation transcript:
1 IDAS™ Conventional IP Network is now available! IDAS™ is the Icom’s digital land mobile radio system based on the NXDN™ common air interface and has complete system components including handheld, mobile radios and repeaters. It has calling features including selective calling, status messages, radio stun/kill/revive and GPS position reporting, etc,. The IDAS™ is ideal for business and industry users who are thinking to migrate to a digital system and future narrow channel spacing now.The optional UC-FR5000 network controller will interconnect IDAS™ repeaters through an IP network. Up to 16 repeaters can be IP-interconnected in a system or even around the world. Ideal as a wide area network. When connected to a PC, you can remotely maintain the repeater configuration from your PC. All IDAS™ conventional features can be used in the IDAS™ Conventional IP Network communications.IDAS™ Evolution PathConventionalTrunkingSingle SiteIDAS™ ConventionalIDAS™ TrunkingIC-FR5000/FR6000 IDAS™ Digital RepeaterIDAS™, 6.25kHz digital mode readyTwo RF modules in one unit configurableUpgradable to Trunking or NetworkCurrent IDAS™ radios are compatible with IDAS™ Trunking and IDAS™ IP Network.IC-FR5000/FR6000 IDAS™ Digital RepeaterUC-FR5000 #01Trunking BoardMulti-SiteIDAS™ Conventional IP NetworkIDAS™ Multi-Site TrunkingIC-FR5000/FR6000 IDAS™ Digital Repeater*Upgradable in the futureUC-FR5000 #02Network ControllerMulti-Site Conventional Version*Detailed specifications and required options for upgrading have not been finalized yet.RC-FS10 Remote CommunicatorIDAS™ Remote CommunicatorCT-24CT-23SM-25IP NetworkThe RC-FS10 Remote Communicator creates an IP-connected virtual radio on a Windows PC.The PC software will provide a minimum set of programmable dispatcher console-like functions as well as simple repeater control.The RC-FS10 consists of the CT-24 USB VOCODER unit, the CT-23 desktop microphone adapter, an AC adapter for the CT-23 and a virtual radio Windows PC software.
2 Application Examples of IDAS™ Conventional IP Network Communication Link for Distant LocationsIn-Building / Intra-Building NetworkCross-Band RepeaterFarm SiteDispatch Console(Remote Communicator)UHF NetworkVHF NetworkIP NetworkBasementBasementIP NetworkIP NetworkMilk Factory SiteBenefits:Easy installation / No building height limits for communicationsAlready laid LAN cables can be usedThe dispatcher can be anywhereNo sound quality degradationBenefits:Easy to establish a cross-band repeater systemEach agency can monitor all communications.It is possible for each operator to broadcast to both networksBenefits:No expensive microwave link or UHF/VHF link is requiredNo sound quality degradationNo long delay in a multi-hop linkUp to 16 sites can be linkedUHF/VHF Link ReplacementReceiver VotingSite 4Site 3Site 2Site 1UHF/VHF LINKAnalog NetworkLink Radio →Repeater →← Link Radios← RepeaterRepeater Site(Tx & Rx)Receiver Site(Rx only )IP NetworkRemote CommunicatorSite 4Site 3Site 2Site 1IP NetworkIDAS™ IP NetworkBenefits:Expand a communication coverage area of terminals, but especially handheld radiosSeamless connection within the coverage areaThe dispatcher can be anywhereEasy to establish a Receiver Voting systemNo extra voter is required. The Network Controller at repeater site acts as the voterBenefits:No long delay in a multi-hop linkEliminate extra UHF/VHF channels for linkingNo sound quality degradationIcom, Icom Inc. and the Icom logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.IDAS, IDAS logo are trademarks of Icom Incorporated. NXDN is a trademark of Icom Incorporated and Kenwood Corporation.1-1-32, Kami-minami, Hirano-ku, Osaka , Japan Phone: +81 (06) Fax: +81 (06) URL: