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From the album: PACNWComms - Misc PhotosRoIP rack with VHF commercial, VHF Marine, and UHF commercial radio frequency programming, for use with Telex/Bosch Communications IP-223 IP interface devices. This allowed computers running Telex C-Soft software to remote control the radios via an Internet connection. This rack ended up in an emergency communications package, installed within a conex box, which was then sent to hurricane/oil spill/and exercise response efforts. The UHF equipment was capable of being programmed for GMRS and interoperable comms with local auxiliary communications services spread around the country to assist first responders. However, all of this is analog, and was used near waterways, hence the marine radios. All of this has been replaced with newer gear, or decommissioned as smaller palletized systems took over.
Hi all! I'm curious if anyone has looked into or even set up something like the ICOM VE-PG2 (or 3 or 4) in bridge mode to connect GMRS radios over IP? I've seen a little discussion about RoIP, but it seems to always go back to whether or not it is legal for GMRS, yet I see multiple GMRS organizations using some type of RoIP setup using something like Asterisk APP_RPT and associated equipment. Is something like the ICOM VE-PG* series RoIP Gateway a viable system to use in bridge mode for GMRS? It would seem like this is a good alternative to the other solutions. Thanks, WRJL231