English | Español | Português
Icom America - 2 way radios

IDAS logo     LINQ Repeaters

Linq Repeat logo
IDAS LINQ repeaters
This system simply connects multiple conventional repeaters via IP. In this case, the mobile radio signal is received by Repeater 1 which transmits on frequency 1 and forwards the same signal over IP to the other repeaters. Those repeaters transmit the signal over frequencies 2 and 3.
Linq Repeat
Linq Repeat Plus logo
IDAS LINQ repeaters with subscriber voting
This system simply connects multiple conventional repeaters via IP with Subscriber Voting enabled. In this case, the mobile radio signal is received by Repeater 1 which retransmits on frequency 1 and forwards over IP to the other repeaters. Those repeaters transmit the signal on frequencies 2 and 3. However, in this example, both Repeater 1 and Repeater 2 reach the mobile radio. Since the mobile radio has Subscriber Voting enabled, it has already selected Repeater 1 as having the strongest signal allowing it to ignore the signal from Repeater 2.
Linq Repeat Plus
Linq Repeat Plus logo
IDAS LINQ repeaters with system receive voting
The system has at least 1 transmitter and 2 voting receivers. In this case, there are 3 voting receivers. This system is useful when mobile or portable radio transmissions cannot reach back to the transmitter/repeater, but the transmitter signal can reach the desired coverage area. In this example, Receiver 1 and Receiver 3 both sense the mobile radio signal, which they send over IP to the Transmitter. It selects the strongest signal, Receiver 1, for transmission.
Linq Repeat Plus
Linq Repeat Plus logo
IDAS LINQ with system receive voting, multiple transmitters and subscriber voting
This system has at least 2 transmitters and 2 voting receivers. In this case, there are 2 transmitters and 3 voting receivers. This example shows Receiver 1 and Receiver 3 both sense the mobile radio signal, which they send over IP to transmitters 1 and 2. Transmitter 1 and Transmitter 2 selects the strongest signal which, in this case, came from Receiver 1. The mobile, with Subscriber Voting enables, chose Transmitter 1 as having the strongest signal, so Transmitter 1 is selected.
Linq Repeat Plus
View our blog