Kodiak completed testing of its Project 25 (P25) Console Subsystem Interface (CSSI) solution for LMR Interoperability with Zetron’s MAX dispatch system. The certification of the MAX system builds on the previous certification of the Kodiak CSSI-based LMR interoperability solution with Zetron’s AcomNOVUS integrated communication system.Kansas Deploys Statewide ESInet with AT&T
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The CSSI provides IP-based connectivity for direct communications between the Kodiak broadband push to talk (PTT) solution and Zetron’s MAX. The direct communications afforded by CSSI enables dispatcher-controlled patching between broadband PTT users and any analog or digital LMR network connected to the MAX dispatch radio console system. The direct communications also make dispatch and resource coordination easier as dispatchers can use both group and one-to-one calls to communicate directly with broadband PTT users.
“With testing completed between our MAX Dispatch and AcomNOVUS systems and the Kodiak broadband PTT solution, organizations of all sizes and types can take advantage of LMR augmentation to increase employee collaboration and improve their efficiency,” said Charles (Lin) Lindsey, director of strategic partnerships for Zetron.
The Project 25 (P25) Compliance Assessment Program (CAP) is working on a Compliance Assessment Bulletin (CAB) to allow formal CAP testing for the CSSI and the Inter RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI).
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