ScoopFone IP is a wired IP codec designed for the home or travel consultant, having to contribute regularly, and who wants to focus on AoIP transmissions via Ethernet. Compact, easy to use with its simple and intuitive interface and its SIP account included and pre-registered, ScoopFone IP also offers the benefits already available on the ScoopFone range: great audio quality with Opus (20 kHz), IP transmission quality indicators and remote management through its dedicated web interface.
ScoopFone IP 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.
Using a SIP server greatly simplifies the setting up of a connection.
AETA has set up a public SIP server, dedicated to Audio via IP broadcasting applications.
Our customers can get accounts and register their audio codecs on this server.
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However, the Direct RTP mode allows you to setup an audio call over an IP network without using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
Please download this application note to see how to operate the codecs using the "Direct RTP" mode.
ScoopFone IP can be controlled via its dedicated web page.
The product is detected by its MAC address when connected to Ethernet.
AETAScan scans your LAN to look for AETA codecs and displays MAC and IP addresses.
Click here to download it for free (Java needed, works on any OS).
A double click on the selected codec opens its dedicated web page, enabling the configuration and control of the codec.
It is also possible to control ScoopFone IP via codec management software, such as Scoop Manager, edited by AETA Audio Systems.