XRT 9000 Gateway is designed to perform protocol translation for equipment and applications wishing to interact with the MOTOTRBO Connect Plus digital trunking system. XRT 9000 is an Internet Protocol (IP) based device that allows connectivity from authorized clients that are part of the Motorola Solutions Application Development Partner (ADP) Program. The XRT 9000 Application Protocol Interface (API) is a published document available to all Motorola Solutions Application Development Partners. The total number of Talk Paths registered by all clients cannot exceed the number of registered talk paths IDs licensed for the XRT 9000 which is a maximum of 100. Please refer to the XRT 9000 Gateway User Guide for Talk Path definition. The number of licensed Talk Paths determines how many Group and Private IDs can be registered by all clients, but not the maximum number of simultaneous calls. The maximum number of simultaneous calls on a single XRT 9000 is 30. R1.2 supports Emergency Alert to console and Network Wide All Call from console. R1.2 supports Emergency Alert to console and Network Wide All Call from console.
The XRT 9000 Gateway Includes:
|Specifications||XRT9000 Gateway Spec. Sheet
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