ScoopFone 4G extends the range of ultra-portable solutions for AoIP transmission over mobile 3G and 4G networks. This mode adds to the mobile voice and HD Voice capability already available on the ScoopFone range.
The coding algorithms available for AoIP are OPUS, G722 and G711.
ScoopFone 4G remains as easy to use as possible. To simplify IP connections, a SIP account is readily available and active; the coding mode is selected automatically depending on the device being called, with a priority on OPUS. A network quality meter guides the user for adjusting the bit rate if needed.
"Direct RTP" mode allows you to setup an audio call over an IP network without using Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Please download this application note to see how to operate the codecs using the "Direct RTP" mode.
The interface is intuitive, making ScoopFone 4G a simple-to-use device with optimal transmission performance.
The ScoopFone 4G is also available in a rackmount version, ScoopFone 4G-R.
ScoopFone 4G includes a radio module certified for the European Community and Australia.
It covers many other countries, but it is recommended to check in each case whether the integrated radio module supports at least one of the bands used locally (see table hereafter), and if the mobile operator grants the access to the module.
A specific version for North America, the ScoopFone US, allows to benefit from HD Voice in the USA, via the T-Mobile network.
A specific version for Japan is also available (consult our distributor).
To know which bands are used by the operators in a given country, you can for instance check on this site.
You can find a list of the network operators that support the "HD voice" service in the section "Information Papers" besides.
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Make sure to read the instructions carefully before performing the update on a unit!
See the firmware revision history and details in this page.
HD Voice delivers higher quality voice transmissions by extending the frequency of range of traditional or narrowband voice calls (300 Hz to 3400 Hz) out to wideband audio ranges (50 Hz to 7000 Hz). The 7 kHz wideband sound quality allows the full signature character of the reporter’s voice to be heard, leading to greater audience involvement and loyalty.
Look for more about HD Voice in our FAQ page.