Tag Archives: OSI

Migrating Your Radio Dispatch to IP Transport

From utility providers to public safety agencies, many organizations rely on a fleet of vehicles to facilitate their operations. However, maintaining an efficient fleet isn’t just about having vehicles in their tip-top shape. It’s also about equipping those that man these vehicles with a reliable communication system.  Traditionally, analog land mobile radio systems (LMRS) are […]

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Radios Now Use IP Connections To Extend Reach

Since its invention in the late 1890s, the radio has been a reliable tool for communication. Fast forward to today, more secure radio communications are now in place thanks to different technologies, including encrypted Radio over IP and secured IP consoles.  RoIP (Radio over IP), in particular, offers a cost-effective way to connect radio systems […]

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Why VoIP Security is So Important

Cost-effective, scalable, and easy to use, Voice Over IP or VOIP has modernized the way people communicate with each other. With this technology, analog audio signals are converted into digital ones and transmitted via the internet. However, like any other virtual data, these are vulnerable to cyber attacks. This is why VOIP security should not […]

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Securing Radio Communications for Security Teams

The majority of the organizations that deal with the safety and security for others often have a team of security personnel that have direct access to an internal control center and other security teammates working that shift. Often these teams are equipped with two-way radios tuned to a specific frequency. Older analog devices used UHF […]

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RoIP is Not Concerned with a Clear Line of Sight

When it comes to using two way radios, the most common question we get from users would be how far can they communicate? To answer that question, one must be familiar how two way radios work. Analog Radios Require a Clear Line Of Sight Simply put, two way radios can transmit and receive radio waves […]

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Radio Over IP Is Not New Just More Affordable

Radio over IP is an effective and low cost solution for those companies that are using older hardware for two way radio communications to connect with employees, security teams and service personnel and just don’t have the dollars to upgrade to all new digital mobile radios throughout their organization. Using radio over the Internet is […]

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Protect Yourself Against Top VoIP Security Threats

You must protect data, information, and confidentiality in your company. Nowadays that is not an easy thing to do. Hackers and snoopers of all sorts are constantly scavenging for information. You should assume that your company has been targeted and take appropriate action.  One of the most effective ways to keep your voice communications secure […]

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Bridging VoIP and Radio Communications With a Gateway

Radio transmission is used in many applications, including first responders, helicopters, hospitality, construction, maintenance and campus security. Voice over IP is used by large service providers to connect users for voice communications across broadband instead of traditional phone lines. RoIP or radio over IP is a similar philosophy but focuses solely on radio frequencies. It […]

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Secure Mobile Communications Over IP Radio Networks

Internet Protocol (IP) radio is an excellent way of sending and receiving audio or data-based digital voice packets. Using radio through IP gateways will allow you to piggyback on various LAN (Local Area Network) and WAN (Wide Area Network) networks. You can also use data and voice encryption at the gateway to achieve secure mobile […]

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Dispatchers Today Need Communication Tools that are Diverse

Controlling costs and streamlining your fleet dispatching processes are at the core of many service-oriented companies where you have a crew in the field. The advances in communication technology never takes a break so chances are that the technology you implemented only three years ago is now old news. Today dispatch operators are reaching field […]

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