The Partner TX terminal is the main element of the Depaepe DECT Cat-Iq system over SIP, adapted to the mobility and roaming needs of companies. It is powered by PoE or by the power supply. Between the terminals of a system, IEEE1588 Lan and/or Air synchronization, handover and roaming are provided.
BASE STATION and REPEATER:
System: up to 4000 bases, 100 repeaters and 16000 handsets registered.
Base station: IEEE1588 Lan and/or Air synchronization,
up to 10 simultaneous conversations when using G.726/G.711, 5 CAT-iq wide band audio channels when using G.722, omni-directional range from 50 up to 300m, can be extended with repeater.
Repeater: up to 3 per base station, installation in chain or around base stations is possible, up to 4 simultaneous calls when using G.726/G.711 Codec, up to 2 simultaneous calls when using CAT-iq-G722 Codec.
Phonebook: 3000 central entries, complies with remote directory LDAP and/or XML.
DECT: GAP, CAT-iq 1.0, Wideband audio (HDSP), seamless handover and Roaming.
Frequency band: 1880 MHz – 1930 MHz, 4 power levels (14, 17, 20 and 24 dBm), authentication / encryption of base and handset.
Power supply: PoE 36-60 V - IEEE 802.3af (Class 2), or DC supply 5v-2A (optional), max power consumption 5w
Upgrade "over the air": support software download to wireless terminals.
Connection: RJ45, Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T IEEE 802.3.
Configuration/firmware download: TFTP, HTTP, HTTPS.
Network: IP v6, IP Sec, VLAN, DHCP options 66 and custom.
SIP: RFC3261 compliance
RFC2833 In-Band DTMF/Out of band DTMF support
RFC2976 The SIP INFO method
RFC3263, DNS SRV redundant server support
RFC3326 The Reason Header Field for SIP
RFC3842, RFC3265 Message Waiting Indication, subscription for MWI events
RFC3892 SIP Referred-By Mechanism
RFC3960 Early Media and Ringing Tone
Generation in SIP
Installation : desk or wall mountable, 144x140x35mm, 400gr.
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