What is Simulcast

Simultaneous radio transmission, or Simulcast systems, are ideal when you have a wide area to cover and a limited number of frequencies available. By using a Simoco Wireless Solutions Simulcast system, it is possible to broadcast the same signal across multiple overlapping sites on the same frequency at the same time. This means that users can move between sites without having to worry about changing channels, and dispatchers can rely on transmissions being broadcast from all sites simultaneously with received communications being automatically channelled through the site with the strongest received signal.

Our Solutions

The arrival of IP has meant that Simulcast systems have never been as advanced, or reliable as they are now and Simoco Wireless Solutions is at the forefront of providing intelligent solutions that enhance the reach and quality of radio communications across a wide range of geographies and industries.

Simoco Wireless Solutions has a long history of Simulcast installations, a commitment to working to international standards and extensive experience in IP based mobile radio networks from the analogue Xfin through to P25 and the DMR-based Simoco Xd range.

We deliver resilient mission -ritical networks while keeping costs under control. Our expert knowledge and experience across industries such as oil and gas, mining, public services and utilities means that our customers benefit from best in class solutions.

SIMULCAST PRODUCTS

SB2025NT

The SB2025NT Simulcast Base Station offers market leading P25 performance in a robust, reliable yet compact 2U form. Designed and built to exceed industry standards and all international specifications it is available in the widest range of frequency bands.

Solar 2

Simoco Solar 2 is the latest ‘Dalman Inside’ Simulcast product to be developed by our specialist Simulcast engineers at Dalman Labs. Leveraging over 25 years of dedicated Simulcast engineering, research and development, Solar 2 now extends the benefits of Dalman’s revolutionary Simulcast IP to the P25 environment.

Solar 25

Simoco Solar 25 is the latest ‘Dalman Inside’ Simulcast product to be developed by our specialist Simulcast engineers at Dalman Labs. Leveraging over 25 years of dedicated Simulcast engineering, research and development, Solar 25 now extends the benefits of Dalman’s revolutionary Simulcast IP to the P25 environment.

SB2000

The SB2000 analogue base station offers market leading performance in a robust, reliable yet compact 2U form factor.

SIMULCAST SOLUTIONS

Simoco has a long history of Simulcast installations, a commitment to working to international standards and extensive experience in IP based mobile radio networks from the analogue Xfin through to P25 and the DMR based Simoco Xd range.

Simoco delivers resilient mission critical networks while keeping costs under control. Our expert knowledge and experience across industries such as oil and gas, mining, public services and utilities means that our customers benefit from best in class solutions.

Simoco has the product knowledge and years of acquired expertise in planning and designing both analogue and P25 digital Simulcast networks around the world.

Features / Benefits of Simulcast

  • Entirely digital

    Our Simulcast infrastructure components are entirely digital and run on an IP backbone, giving them a broad range of advantages over older systems in terms of coverage, reliability, management and more.
  • Wide area coverage

    Simulcast is ideal for organisations with multiple sites or on-the-go workforces, as it provides high-quality coverage over a broad area.
  • Voting

    Always ensure the best receive site is selected.
  • Enhanced mobility

    Support flexible and remote working, and employees who need to work from the road.
  • Simple setup

    Simulcast from Simoco Wireless Solutions is designed to be installed and ready to go rapidly.
  • Efficient operation

    Our solutions are designed to take as much away from day-to-day management as possible.
  • Low cost of ownership

    There are no hefty running costs and the upfront investment is kept to a minimum too.
  • Remote management

    Network components in the field can be monitored, maintained configured and even upgraded remotely.
  • Scalable

    The network can be easily extended without having to shut the system down or interrupt system operation.
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