The DECT R4 Radio Base Stations are used with IP Office only.
You can have up to five base stations per system. Each station
connects directly to a LAN switch using Ethernet cabling. The DECT
R4 Radio Base Stations can either be powered by Power-over-Ethernet
or by using external power supplies that are available as
Each standard DECT R4 Radio Base Station can handle up to eight
concurrent calls while each Compact Radio Base Station can handle
up to 4 concurrent calls. A special protocol called on-air
synchronization ensures that active calls are seamlessly handed
over from one DECT R4 Radio Base Station to the next one if a user
with an active call roams through a building.
Two variants of the standard Radio Base Station: With Internal
antenna and with External Antenna due to regulation, in the US only
the base-station with internal antenna may be used.
There are several antennas available for the base-station with
external antenna: Standard, Directional Single, Directional Dual,
One variant of the Compact Radio Base Station with internal
antennas. The compact base station has the same look and feel as
the base station with internal antenna.
Outdoor housing available for both versions
Up to five compact base stations per system can be
8 simultaneous voice and up to 12 signaling channels for the
standard Radio Base Stations.
4 simultaneous voice and up to 12 signaling channels for the
compact Radio Base Stations.
Codec G.711, G723, G.729a/b for base station IP trunk
Power over Ethernet or local power supply supported
Power over Ethernet, IEEE 802.3af, class 2, typical 4W, maximum
Dimension: 200 (w) x 165 (d) x 56 (h) mm including mounting
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