The management server of the naval centralization system, mod. SRV-1110, is dedicated to the configuration and management of terminals and the entire VoIP communication network.
From the server it is possible to configure the radio modules, the multicast channels, the operator terminals and the system properties, through a simple management software.
The MPO-1164 user terminal is part of the naval VoIP centralization system for the remote control of traditional radio equipment (MF, HF, VHF, UHF). The operator interacts thanks to the support of a keypad, assisted by an audio system consisting of stereo headphones equipped with a microphone and PTT buttons. The MPO-1164 terminal is particularly suitable for installations on RHIB or in fly bridge.
The TPO-1164 user terminal represents the man-machine interface of the naval VoIP centralization system for the remote control of traditional radio equipment (MF, HF, VHF, UHF). The operator interacts thanks to the support of: a touch-screen monitor, physical buttons and an audio system consisting of stereo headphones equipped with a microphone and PTT buttons.
The CMV-1110/R is a frame consisting of an aluminum structure with a standard 19” rack size and a height of three units. The CMV-1110/R has been designed to house up to 18 DRG-110 dual radio-gateway modules. For this feature it is ideal in cases where the integration of a large number of VoIP and radio modules in the same system is required.
The dual Radio Gateway module mod. DRG-110 is used for the centralization of naval communications and has the task of interfacing traditional radio equipment with the IP network.
Its main purpose is to make the radio equipment usable and remotely controllable from the Operator Terminals. Each module can interface up to two radio devices.
The CMV-1110/2 is a housing frame for two VoIP modules model DRG-110.
The device is designed for a minimum occupation of space, to meet the limited availability of space on board patrol boats or small boats, allowing, at the same time, a simpler installation.
The VCR-1156 system is a multi-channel VoIP recorder. The VoIP recorder stores all audio streams relating to communications made via the VoIP user terminals.
The system is managed through a web interface from one or more remote client PCs through the use of a standard web browser, without the need to install any proprietary software.