NXU-2A
NETWORK EXTENSION UNIT
Raytheon JPS Communication

NXU-2A

NXU-2A

Raytheon's JPS Communications introduces the NXU-2A, a new device that replaces its legacy NXU-2 Network eXtension Unit.  The NXU-2A uses radio over Internet protocol (RoIP) and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology to send and receive digital voice messages.

The NXU-2A Network eXtension Unit is a general purpose, standalone device that connects communication equipment to a digital network (local area network, wide area network or Internet).  It is intended for use with radios, radio communication consoles, and JPS products such as the ACU-1000 Interconnect Unit and the SNV-12 Signal-and-Noise Voter.

The NXU-2 and NXU-2A embodies VoIP technology in a way that enables communications radios to be interconnected across the room or around the world

APPLICATION EXAMPLE

Extended Radio To Radio Link

MAJOR BENEFITS

An Extended Radio-to-Radio Link offers some unique benefits.  One is that radios at different locations can communicate regardless of frequency of operation (VHF, UHF, 800MHz, 900MHz), which means you won't have to buy new radios! Little or no recurring costs, the scalability to add more units, having your own "always on" private communication network, and cutting back on costly cell phone bills are just some of the reasons why we're excited about this revolutionary technology.  Call us today, we love to sit down and discuss the advantages.

APPLICATION EXAMPLE

Download PCNXU For Free. 
Visit http://www.jps.com/page/view/89. PCNXU is a PC implementation of the NXU-2 and allows a computer equipped with a sound card and Ethernet connection to communicate with an NXU-2. Audio may be sent and received, and the PTT line on the remote device may be controlled.

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