Multi-Protocol Desktop MIC (MPM)
Desktop Microphone with Gooseneck Design – Multi Protocol
The Orion System’s Multi-Protocol Desktop MIC (MPM) interconnects to LAN/WAN via a RJ45 ethernet connection. The MPM is capable of interconnecting far end equipment to its analog audio interface using SIP, Multicast, or Unicast.
The MPM includes a full duplex Tx/Rx radio communication link with PTT. The MPM is capable of transmitting and receiving audio in a either simplex or duplex operation. The MPM Radio keying utilizes either a PTT EIA Function Tones or VOX. used for remote keying.
The management and configuration is accomplished by the use of a simple web browser. Settings such as Tone Keying and VOX, IP address, and SIP extension are set using a standard web interface.
To further supplement the MPM interconnecting ability, it is also capable of simultaneously running multiple protocols and can be used as a conference bridge between the various interfaces.
Gooseneck Microphone (MPM) features:
- (1) RJ45 connector for Ethernet interface
- Easy user programmable keystrokepreference
- Noise canceling microphone
- Blue and red LED’s built into the PTT button to show the status of the microphone
- Runs on USB power, no external power required
- Built in speaker
- Removable microphone for mobile applications
MPM: (1) Channel TX/RX with PTT Call Types: SIP Unicast Multicast ED137 DMR AIS Mode of Operation: Mute Monitor Talk Listen (T/L) Signaling: SIP Radio Conferencing SIP Private Line (Point to Point/Ringdown) Group Calls/point to point intercom Push to Talk Broadcast
Management: Web Browser with password sign in Network Requirements: 10/100 Base T (Full Duplex) Protocols- SIP, UDP, DHCP, DNS, Syslog, NTP, SSH, TCP Codec Interfaces: 711 a/u-law 80 kbit 729 20 kbit Speex 4-15 kbit Power: POE Environment: Temperature: operating 0 to + 50C / non-operating -20° to + 70°C, Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing, operating Dimensions: The unit is a fully enclosed chassis designed for desktop Size: 2.0” h x 3.125” w x 7.5” d