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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.
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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.

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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.

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Linq Repeat Plus
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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.

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