- 8 Analog Inputs
- 16 Status Inputs
- 2 Audio Inputs for remote listening
- 8 Outputs (Commands)
Raven Electronics RVI-600 Voter
Raven Electronics’ 6-Site Voter is a pre-configured powerhouse that allows for easy set-up, configuration, and expansion. The RVI-600 with M4x Technology is the most‑flexible and cost-effective voting system on the market and features:
- IP site-monitoring and control from remote locations
- Event-driven, intuitive software
- Full-featured reporting capabilities
- Fully expandable
- Sleek, 1RU rack-mountable design
Subscriber radios that are dispersed in the field in a specific area of coverage are back-hauled to a central location via a Raven IP Gateway, microwave, leased lines, or point-to-point receivers. The RVI 600 Voter resides at the central site and does the following:
- Monitors multiple remote receivers
- Votes the best audio
- Passes it to one or more end-points (consoles, dispatchers, or repeater/transmitters)
Most receivers are configured for S-TAC operation, providing either 2175 Hz or 1950 Hz status tone to the voter to indicate the squelched condition. If a receiver does not have the capability for S-TAC operation, then squelch conditions can be triggered by COR or VOX. Additionally, outlying M4x equipment can be utilized as status tone (or “pilot tone”) generators themselves.
RVI-600 – combining innovation, ‑flexibility, and simplicity in one, ready-to-use package.
Please contact your Secom rep for more information on the Raven Voter and other solutions from Raven Electronics
As you probably know, back in 2012 Pyramid Communications started efforts to obtain more spectrum for VHF SVR users. Pyramid Communications took on this project because it was the right thing to do on behalf of the end users who struggle without mission critical communications.
In a decision applauded by many, the FCC rules were changed. On March 15, 2016, the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB) and the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau (PSHSB) began accepting applications for the operation of mobile repeaters on the following 6 VHF frequencies: 173.2375, 173.2625, 173.2875, 173.3125, 173.3375, and 173.3625 MHz.
Thank you for your support and patience throughout the process. Pyramid has put in a lot of effort on behalf of the tens of thousands of first responders who rely on Pyramid Communications equipment every day.
What we need you to do:
• Contact those who you know have been waiting for a VHF frequency.
• Direct your licensing inquiries to a coordinator who is aware of the new changes. Coordinators with experience on this topic are RadioSoft (888) 723-4695, EWA (800) 482-8280 or your local APCO coordinator. Please contact your coordinator to file now. We are limited to six frequencies in any region and only if they are available.
Please contact your Secom Systems Representative for more more information on Pyramid Repeaters.
JVCKenwood is pleased to announce the launch of its DMR series for select portable, mobile
and repeater product lines. The addition of DMR technology to our existing NXDN & P25 digital
portfolio will allow our customers a wider selection of expertly-engineered, cost-effective,
reliable products. JVC KENWOOD DMR models with TDMA dual talk path capability are ideal for
systems in frequency congested operating areas. JVC KENWOOD DMR products incorporate
convenient digital benefits such as extended range, longer battery life, lighter weight, operation in
harsh conditions and multiple voice paths on a single repeater.
The KENWOOD TK-D240V/340U, TK-D740HV/840HU, TKR-D710/810 with DMR Tier II
Conventional provide all the benefits of advanced digital technology such as superior clarity and
advanced vocoding technology for inherently secure voice communication. This technology is
compatible with both analog and digital modes which allows for growth within your existing
system. Contact your Secom Rep for more information on ALL of the JVC Kenwood Radio products.