Digital Wireless Ad-Hoc Repeater
Hytera's E-packs versatility leads to a flexible communication system that can be deployed efficiently and effectively.
E-pack can be used as a radio to make and receive calls, and also creates a wireless mobile ad-hoc network to route voice.
Wireless Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking
Hytera E-pack can create a wireless mobile ad-hoc network, in which there are maximum 32 nodes. The ad-hoc net work is self-configuring and dynamic in which E-pack nodes can move freely.
Based on wireless mobile ad-hoc networking, Hytera E-pack is capable of creating and joining networks to deploy the communication system as soon as it is powered on.
Multiple Networking Topologies
E-pack supports versatile topologies, for example chain, tree, star and so on, so as to provide wider coverage.
Highly Reliable Networking
If one E-pack node moves away from the network or malfunctions, voice will automatically route to another E-pack node in order to guarantee link continuity.
High Spectrum Efficiency
Based on TDMA and FDMA technology, one frequency can be used to make calls and route voice at the same time, greatly saving frequency resources.
GSM Link as Backup
With an embedded GSM card, if an E-pack node is away from the network it can make a call via public network to any E-pack node on the network. This ensures radios within its coverage can communicate with radios on the network.
E-Pack100; Digital Wireless Repeater
Here's a quick video to provide an overview of the E-Pack100; Digital Wireless Repeater and also explain some of the key features of this product.