Simulcast transmission provides a means of achieving wide-area coverage with multiple transmitters utilizing a single frequency. In simulcast systems, audio is broadcast simultaneously over a number of transmitters on a single frequency. Essentially, each transmitter in the system transmits exactly the same signal, with the same characteristics, at the same time.
Simulcast is spectrally efficient and ideal for organizations that need to accommodate more users on fewer channels. It also offers the peace of mind every radio manager requires, knowing that users can roam between coverage zones with fewer dropped calls and without changing channels.
The Voting software capabilities have also contributed to the excellent audio quality. The voter continuously assembles the best possible audio signal by combining the outputs of all receivers. This ensures that the best-received audio is constantly being selected, enabling the best transmission quality possible. When your users push to talk, they can rest assured knowing that clear audio will connect them.
If you choose to upgrade to P25 LSM in the future, coverage and clarity will only get better.
"Before, you had to look for places where you could talk on a portable. Now I'm looking for places that I can't, and I haven't found any yet."
Matthew Gay, Madison County Maintenance Manager