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Remote base question

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curtisdevault

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I am researching ways to do remote base functionality with a Motorola CDM1550. This is for a SAR application. We have two towns we’d like to establish radio comms with from the first There is no line of sight so remote base or RoIP are what I think the options are Ideally we’d like two control heads that control the two remote radios and allows us to talk as if we were in the other towns. We heard of a way to have the heads installed at the location we’d need to use the radios from and have some internet device connected to the head. Then a similar device that is connected the radio body which is at the remote base location. I’m curious to see what options there are since I cannot find anything like this online. If this doesn’t make sense please let me know and I’ll figure out another way to explain it. Cheers.
 

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I am researching ways to do remote base functionality with a Motorola CDM1550. This is for a SAR application. We have two towns we’d like to establish radio comms with from the first There is no line of sight so remote base or RoIP are what I think the options are Ideally we’d like two control heads that control the two remote radios and allows us to talk as if we were in the other towns. We heard of a way to have the heads installed at the location we’d need to use the radios from and have some internet device connected to the head. Then a similar device that is connected the radio body which is at the remote base location. I’m curious to see what options there are since I cannot find anything like this online. If this doesn’t make sense please let me know and I’ll figure out another way to explain it. Cheers.
Look at the ARA or new RSP from JPS Interoperability.

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