HOMEPAGE The Solutions from Swissphone Components for alerting Radio infrastructure Paging Base Station ITC 2300
Pager Network System Solutions: The powerful paging base station
This digital paging base station is optimally equipped for nationwide and/or local alerting. Equipped with the GT16R controller, the ITC 2300 facilitates additional functionality and provides a considerable amount of additional power compared to its predecessor. Coupled with up to 7 digital inputs and 8 outputs, it is ideally suited for today’s and future IoT applications. Thanks to the already existing plug-in slot for an LTE SIM card, it is already today LTE-ready. The powerful controller and the backward compatibility of the ITC 2300 with its predecessors guarantee future-proof applications and the best possible investment protection.
The combination of decentralized infeed and network status feedback is the world’s most advanced way of operating an alerting network: Previously, the connection was only possible to one control center; today any number of input points (fire stations or municipalities) can be coupled directly to the alerting network. The result is a 2-way communication – in addition to the standard alerting – between the main control center and the decentralized control center via the air interface. And the best thing of all: The benefit of the broadcast method is still maintained. Due to measures like redundancy operation (standby-ITC) and multiple transmissions, a high resilience is achieved.
Thanks to the network status feedback, it is always possible to obtain conclusive information without generating too much traffic. Each individual base station can send back an alerting request, the broadcast transmission confirmation, and its function state via the air interface to the control center.
This is how an installed medium-sized radio network of the latest generation looks like: By means of special procedures, the system ensures that a decentralised alerting request is in 5-10 seconds and reliably transmitted in the whole network. Also, the network status feedback of all base stations takes a short 5-10 seconds.
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