The Model 61 receives TNPP data via an RS-232 port from a satellite downlink, wireline, or radio link. It then encodes pages and batches them for transmission. Ideal for remote sites that need to monitor for co-channel activity before paging, the Model 61 makes any digital transmitter a simple and inexpensive TNPP network node. Model 61F encodes FLEX™ and POCSAG; Model 61 encodes POCSAG and Golay Paging formats.
The Model 61F offers the benefits of the FLEX protocol and FLEX pagers to the smallest paging operator.
The Model 61 can also be used as a backup for the Series 2000 paging terminal. It will send alphanumeric pages should the main terminal be disabled.
Product Features and Configuration
- Makes any digital transmitter a TNPP network node
- FLEX, POCSAG, and Golay Paging
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