The NXU connects to the speaker, mic and PTT. COR is nice, but not necessary. That's all there is to it. It's universally connectable, same as their voting and gateway equipment. It's all IP from there on out.
iDas GPS is sent as a part of the digital string and most of the iDas radios can grab it and hand it off to a third party tracking software.
Also, Icom has their VE-PG2 LAN interface that connects any radio (or FR) to another VE-PG2 connected radio (or FR) anywhere via a LAN (or really-anywhere via WAN through a VPN). The VE-PG2 can also directly connect to a VOIP phone for outbound calls and inbound via ring-then-talk. I'm finishing up a three repeater interconnect via the Internet this week. Pretty slick box.
Tessco has the JBS line, and Icom stuff is available through the dealer network.
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Last edited by jeatock; 11-19-2012 at 8:09 PM..