Roameo Cellular DECT-based wireless intercom system
4 CHANNEL DECT-BASED WIRELESS ACCESS POINT
Uninterrupted, high-quality and license-free audio based on DECT standard
The ROAMEO wireless intercom system is a professional, easy-to-use and future-proof solution based on the license-free DECT standard which operates in a protected frequency band. ROAMEO provides high-quality audio and seamless matrix integration to a large number of simultaneous users across a wide area. State-of-the-art technology guarantees optimized sound performance. Featuring a modern, rugged design, ROAMEO is suitable for a wide range of professional intercom applications where wireless communication is critical, including broadcast production studios, theater and sport event productions, houses of worship, commercial buildings and outside broadcast (OB) trucks. The system consists of the TR-1800 beltpack, the AP-1800 access point and optional accessories including charger, holster and pole-mount kit.
Fully integrated solution using state-of-the-art technology
Operating like a wireless keypanel, ROAMEO can be fully integrated into the ADAM family of RTS matrices. The system allows users to address individuals or specified groups. Connection to a digital matrix is easily established via a single Ethernet cable. In addition, the system can use standard IT infrastructure, which ensures easy installation and low maintenance costs. Access points may be daisy-chained.
4 CHANNEL DECT-BASED WIRELESS BELTPACK
Seamless roaming across wide areas
ROAMEO’s cellular structure can cover a wide area with superior audio and seamless roaming between the individual cells. Users can easily expand the coverage area by adding access points, while additional wireless beltpacks can be directly addressed as part of a wired RTS matrix intercom system. With two available audio codecs, the system administrator can choose between a higher emphasis on voice quality (G.722 full bandwidth) or a more efficient use of the radio spectrum with double the number of beltpacks (G.726 narrow-band).
The system can easily be configured on the TR-1800 beltpack through scroll lists or from a computer using the control software AZedit. Thanks to its large color TFT-display, intuitive icon-based menu structure and multi-language help screens, the TR-1800 beltpack is very easy to set up and operate. The four talk/listen buttons are shaped differently and provide users with a tactile feedback, allowing operation of the device in low light conditions and without the need to look at it. With its lightweight, durable housing, the beltpack has the smallest enclosure in its class and is protected against dust and light rain. The software of the TR-1800 beltpack can be upgraded easily using an USB Flash Drive.