LAS VEGAS — Riedel Communications will come to the 2018 InfoComm show — to be held in Las Vegas from June 6–8 — with new systems for real-time intercom signal distribution and networking.
At the top of the list is the Bolero wireless intercom system, a standalone solution that allow for antennas to be daisy-chained to each other in a line or a redundant ring via a low-latency, synchronized TDM network. New plug-and-play functionality does not require any sort of IP configuration. An external power supply can power up to five antennas so that power and data redundancies are easily achieved, the company said. A new single-RU, half-width external interface box, with six analog 4-wires and three GPIOs, can be directly connected to any antenna and then patched into an existing intercom system.
The system is configured via a web GUI. Other new capabilities include individual rotary programming, Bluetooth headset support, and a new beltpack QuickMute feature that allows users to set the volume of all channels to zero.