IPT Systems

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IPT Systems2019-08-12T20:07:44+00:00

The IPT is a versatile small footprint Linux based product used for small paging systems and for converting data protocols for messaging systems. Used extensively for analog and digital paging using DID or POTS DTMF signaling and TTL or basic PURC transmitter control.

Very popular for converting text messaging transport protocols for linking between message systems.

The IPT with SSL conveys messages securely anywhere on-site or when messages leave the customer’s premises.

IPT Internet Paging Terminals

The IPT is a full featured small paging terminal that is popular for replacing older outdated systems. The IPT provides far more feature options and simplifies systems since everything is one box. The IPT accepts POTS or DID telephone connections for entering numeric paging messages. The IPT can also accept data packets from a serial or network connections and delivers them based on a configurable routing table.

  • Supports Two-tone and Five-tone tone only and voice paging.
  • Supports encoding of multiple paging formats.
  • Supports POCSAG, Golay and Flex Tone only, Numeric and Alphanumeric paging.
  • Supports PURC tone remote control and TTL transmitter interface.
  • Supports sending and receiving messages via:
  • SMTP (Internet e-mail)
  • SNPP (Internet network paging)
  • HTTP (Web paging)
  • TAP (Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol),
  • TNPP (Telocator Network Paging Protocol – ID or CAP page)

IPT Internet Protocol Translator

The Internet Protocol Translator (IPT) merges the functionality of paging and protocol conversion into one device to provide more options for our customers. The IPT accepts packets from a serial or network connections and delivers them based on a configurable routing table.

  • Paging traffic is sent and received using serial or network connections.
  • Supports encoding of multiple paging formats.
  • Supports Two-tone and Five-tone tone only and voice paging.
  • Supports POCSAG, Golay and Flex Tone only, Numeric and Alphanumeric paging.
  • Supports PURC tone remote control and TTL transmitter interface.
  • Supports sending and receiving messages via:
  • SMTP (Internet e-mail)
  • SNPP (Internet network paging)
  • HTTP (Web paging)
  • TAP (Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol)
  • TNPP (Telocator Network Paging Protocol – ID or CAP page)
  • WCTP (Wireless Communications Transfer Protocol).
  • SSL support for HTTP and WCTP

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