Based in Sydney, Australia, Westel is
focused on the provision of APCO Project 25 Digital Radio Repeaters
Westel's prime market is the United States - the key market for APCO Project 25 technology -
and it also operates in emerging international markets, such as Russia and China.
Westel recognises that in migrating from analog to digital operation no two users
have the same requirement and Westel regularly undertakes customisation of products to
incorporate customer specific features.
The Irukandji Repeater/Basestation
is an entry-level product capable of both analog and digital operation.
Incorporating IMBE vocoding, DES-OFB encryption, interfaces to 2/4W lines for
tone-based consoles and remotes and 2W PSTN it is ideally suited to for users requiring a
plug-in replacement for existing analog repeaters as part of an analog - digital migration.
The DRB-25 Dual Radio Repeater/Basestation
is designed to facilitate interoperability between analog and digital users.
Containing two independent repeaters the DRB-25 provides sophisticated cross-band and cross-mode
capabilities together with VOIP and IP-based diagnostics and is widely deployed by agencies
with a responsibility for Public Safety and Law Enforcement.
The Trunkissimo product provides a platform for
analog users migrating to an digital radio platform and, additionally, provides an
upgrade path to an APCO Project 25 single site trunking capability.
Trunkissimo is intended for users of small trunking systems and up to 2 Trunkissimo platforms
may be stacked to provide for up to 600 users. This offers an unparalleled opportunity for Federal and
Local agencies and other business and industry users to implement a digital trunking
system - without the overheads often associated with such systems.