IDEA™ Encryption Technology
The IDEA™ encryption technology employed by Swissphone allows secure transmission of confidential messages. All messages are secured from the dispatcher to the pager (endto-end) which means that messages can only be read by authorised pagers. The 128-bit protection key delivers one of the highest levels of security currently available.
With the patented Express-Alarm® feature, the dispatcher can compile task group RIC addresses and link the alert texts accordingly. Instead of each RIC address being notified one at a time, the alert text is sent simultaneously to all needed users. Less data allows for faster transmission time.
Hybrid combines the reliability of a paging alert with the benefits of commercial mobile telecommunications networks. The alert message is sent to the pager via paging and SMS/GPRS. Only the fastest, of the alert messages, is displayed on the pager screen and any other is suppressed.
Wide PLL: The reception frequency can be programmed within a bandwidth of up to 10 MHz.
Bluetooth technology makes it possible to connect the s.QUAD with a compatible smartphone and ultimately with various s.ONE software solutions from Swissphone.
In idle state, the pager is set in a sleep mode and the display is switched off. At all times, the pager remains active and ready to receive alarm signals.
GLOB is a replace text pattern option that allows you to either suppress text or replace it with a fixed text.In idle state, the pager is set in a sleep mode and the display is switched off. At all times, the pager remains active and ready to receive alarm signals.
s.QUAD Voice works in parallel on analogue and digital POCSAG networks. With this software option the s.QUAD terminal can receive voice calls and text messages from two different networks. This two-in-one option perfectly supports the migration from analog to digital.
The s.QUAD ATEX is approved for use in areas with highly flammable
gas / air mixtures (protection class II 2G EEx ib IIC T4).
Even in the most sensitive zones, the s.QUAD ATEX can be
used without risk thanks to its passive RF reception characteristics
and protection measures.
The RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) is an indicator of the quality of the radio signal received across the airwaves. This device uses a bar graph to display the signal strength, and the higher the value, the better the reception in the respective location. When used in conjunction with a return channel, RSSI readings can be sent back to the system for quality control purposes.