ACU 2000 IP

General Information

IP-Based ACU-2000 IP is a switching system that can provide both of the Voice Over IP (VoIP) devices’ connection with the different radios, which are at different frequency such as VHF, UHF, HF/SSB over the SIP protocol that is one of the known internet protocols. In addition, it can integrate wired or wireless devices to each other over the IP network regardless of their infrastructures and distances.

Integration of the different corporation/establishment’ radio systems to each other and the interoperability of the systems and also with integrated SIP-featured devices, remote channel changing can be provided by the ACU-2000 IP Switching device, which is developed by JPS Communications. SIP capability allows user to control of the radios over any point in the network by the telephone sets. The ACU-2000 IP in the crisis or disaster situation provides the interoperability requirement of the different communication devices.


Technical Features

Radio/4W Interface Specifications
Audio Input : Balanced or Unbal 600 ohms; -26dBm to +12dBm levels; 100Hz to 3200Hz


Dijital I/O: : COR/Squelch and AUX inputs, PTT ve AUX outputs, E&M input/output
DSP Algorithms
: VOX or VMR Voice Detection; TD-Mode Noise Reduction; DTMF; Audio Equalizer; TX and/or RX Audio delay; Peak Limiter; COR Sampling; TX Keying tones

SIP Network Interface

RFC Supported : 3261,2976,3515,2327,3264,1889
SIP Support Vocoders : GSM and G711u

RoIP Interface (Radio over IP)
Network Interface : RJ-45 Connector; 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Programming/Configuration :HTTP (Password Protected Web)
Radio-centric features :Audio delay and jitter buffers to handle network latency; embedded COR, PTT, and RS-232 serial control; three audio vocoder types

AC input : 115/230 VAC + 15% 47-63 Hz, 80 VA Typical, 100 VA Maximum
DC input :+11 to +15 VDC @ 4A Nominal
Size : 5.25” H x 19”W x 11”D (13.3 x 48.3 x 28 cm)


: Operating: -20 +60 degree C. Storage: -40 +85 degree C
Humidity : Upto 95% @ 55 degree C



-Command and Control Vehicles

-Command and Control Centers

-Call Taking and Dispatching

-Emergency Management Centers