Amsterdam, The Netherlands RTS is proud to introduce the
RVON-16 VoIP Card at IBC 2007, Booth #121, Hall #10.
RVON-16 is installed into the
ADAM intercom frame and provides Voice-Over
IP communications for the RTS
ADAM intercom product family. The RVON-16 is an integrated solution for connecting custom
keypanels to the
intercom matrix over standard
IP networks by supporting 16 channels of audio IN and OUT.
RVON-16 also supports RTS Intelligent Trunking over IP. Trunking is a method of using minimal audio paths for a large number of users. Because it is flexible, a trunked system can expand along with your business to accommodate a growing number of users. RTS’s Intelligent Trunking is a proven technology, which provides the same capabilities and ease of use for intercoms and the seamless routing of communications between facilities, regardless of distance.
RVON-16 is fully compatible with internationally recognized standards and supports the following protocols: G.711, G.729, and G.723 (two speeds).
RVON-16 is hot-swappable and installs into any available slot in an
ADAM intercom system. It provides a single RJ-45 Ethernet connection for use with a 10 BASE-T or 100 BASE-TX network. It also has two DB-9 serial connections for RS-232 or RS-485 pass-thru port connections.
16 Channels of Audio IN & OUT
Expands the connectivity of the
ADAM intercom and
RVON-8 card by supporting 16 channels of audio IN and OUT. Each channel has a configurable network and bandwidth parameters that can be configured to individual network functions, as well as ancillary data for
RVON-16 card uses standard Ethernet protocols and is compatible with all Ethernet compliant devices and networks.
AZedit configuration software, users have the ability to adjust the audio parameters of each
RVON-16 channel to optimize the available bandwidth on the network. At an additional cost, the
RVONedit software, which has expanded configuration functionality, is available. Using
RVONedit, you can set Ethernet auto-negotiation parameters, view multiple
RVON-16 devices simultaneously, and view all
RVON-16 devices independent of the frame in which they are located.