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                                                   mACS - Mobile Audio Control Server

The mACS is a Audio Control Server, offering efficient VoIP technology adapted for Land Mobile Radio (RoIP) with one flip of a switch and a private wireless network for a fraction of the cost of cellular equipment.

The mACS uses a unique Network Bridging technology to create an instant wireless conference-call network for up to 16 radios, cell phones, phone lines or other devices per site, and puts them at the command of a single Radio Gateway. The mACS operates equally well as a stand-alone VoIP switch, and in full interface with other mACS devices.  

Several mACS devices can be integrated into a single network, covering an extended Geographical area.

Like our standard ACS, the mACS works seamlessly with the ACB audio/video operator terminal, and with Mer's Maintenance Work Station. Each mACS can also be fitted with an internal  IP Logger, offering real-time recording, streaming and archiving with virtually unlimited capacity.

mACS Features and Advantages:

  • Based on field-tested VoIP technology
  • Supports LMR,  2-way Radios, TETRA, P25, iDEN, GSM, and Landline phone technology
  • Open Architecture - allows users to quickly create and modify their applications
  • Modular and cluster architecture for custom scaling
  • Unlimited # of user terminals
  • Full redundancy with duplicated LAN and switching
  • Merges radios, phones, LMR transceivers and other network components for seamless communication
  • "Commander Mode"  Allows to cut into ALL networks from one terminal
  • Remote control over any IP network

Choice of configurations:

(Rack-mountable 19")    

  •  mACS 2: for up to 2 radio/phone line elements
  •  mACS 5: for up to 5 radio/phone line elements
  • mACS 8: for up to 8 radio/phone line elements 
  • mACS 10: for up to 10 radio/phone line elements 
  • mACS 16: for up to 16 radio/phone line elements
  • MIL-SPEC version available upon request

Applications:

  • Command centers
  • Air and sea traffic control
  • Mobile tactical control
  • Cost-effective two-way radio communication network
  • Training and simulation communication
  • Emergency dispatching
  • Communication in harsh environments (mines, pipelines)