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Hytera Debuts New PoC to DMR/Analog Gateway Solution

Two-way radio communications solutions provider Hytera US Inc. recently announced the launch of its newest product, Hytera HALO Bridge. The system offers a simple and reliable Radio over IP (RoIP) gateway from Hytera Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) radios and a wide variety of other DMR and analog radio systems, according to a news release.

The solution was designed for organizations needing to add nationwide PoC communications to their existing analog or DMR standard compliant two-way radio systems, the news release said. HALO Bridge can connect Hytera PoC radios with other devices like analog radios, Tier II DMR Radio systems, DMR Tier III trunked systems, and Hytera XPT systems for group calls to allow the expansion of hybrid communication using existing technology.

The hardware can be installed in a data closet or radio equipment rack with minimal disruptions. The device comes with a PoC and DMR mobile radio, a chassis, power supply, and cable, according to the news release. It also offers functionality for a variety of flexible system interconnect configurations, connecting narrowband systems to broadband systems or between two remote DMR radio systems via a PoC Broadband connection.

“Hytera’s new HALO Bridge adds tremendous flexibility to our Push-to-Talk over Cellular and DMR product lines,” said Hytera America VP of Sales Tom Wineland. “The HALO Bridge delivers great value by facilitating the expansion of a hybrid communication system and also protecting previous investment.”

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Matt Jones is senior editor of Spaces4Learning. He can be reached at [email protected].