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Spotlighting FreeSpeak II
|Unveiled this summer, FreeSpeak II is highly flexible, capable of being a standalone wireless system or an integrated wireless solution with the advanced Eclipse HX Matrix System. As a standalone system, the robust 1RU base station can support up to 20 digital wireless beltpacks.
Alternatively FreeSpeak II wireless beltpacks can seamlessly integrate into Clear-Com's Eclipse HX Matrix System, providing up to 50 wireless user connections per E-Que-HX cellular card. This approach extends the intercom functions offered by the Matrix system to mobile users.
Key features include:
- the Unsurpassed, crystal-clear digital "Clear-Com Sound", giving users full-duplex (talk and listen) 7kHz "commentator" audio bandwidth from a whisper to a shout. This level of sound quality delivers ultimate audio comfort after extended usage and clear intelligibility to FreeSpeak II users.
- Expansive wireless coverage that can be achieved by strategically placing up to 10 remote antennas. Each Active Antenna can be positioned as far as 3,200 feet away from the base station or Matrix, and each powered Antenna can create a coverage zone of up to 1,475 feet.
- Flexible cellular roaming technologies that allow users to move freely about in large, multi-site environments, without the worry of fading or losing connection. With the latest DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) technology at its core, FreeSpeak II continuously scans, selects, and connects with the best Active Antenna for uninterrupted communication.
FreeSpeak II also incorporates an all-new five-channel, full-duplex digital beltpack, which was uniquely designed for the rigorous demands of large-scale operations and continuous communication use. Ergonomic form factor, intuitive operation, and a rugged housing make the beltpack ideal for extended use.
FreeSpeak II is perfect for extensive communication in large-scale operations.