Skip to main menu Skip to main content Skip to footer

IP Connectivity for FreeSpeak II

The FreeSpeak II 1.9 GHz system allows users to leverage networking capability to create wireless coverage zones anywhere a reliable connection is available. Transceiver antennas for the wireless system are linked through a network to an Eclipse-HX matrix frame with an available E-IPA-HX card. Eclipse-HX gives the FreeSpeak system the ability to connect to other intercom devices also tied to the matrix frame for a complete IP-based wired and wireless intercom system.

Why Choose IP Connectivity for FreeSpeak II?

Remote Intercom Access

Allow contributing team members to connect remotely and effortlessly to core intercom users.

Fast and Easy Deployment

Download app from the Apple iTune Store (for iOS devices) or Google Playstore (for Android devices) and be connected to the host Eclipse HX system or LQ Core Configuration Manager. Access is granted by the System Administrator.

Secure and Seamless Connections

Connect securely and confidently to multiple IP networks over 3G, 4G and WiFi with NSA (National Security Administration) approval.

System Diagram

In a single-frequency band configuration, the FreeSpeak II base station can support as few as one or as many as 10 Transceivers for providing wireless coverage to a maximum of 25 full-duplex wireless beltpacks in either 1.9GHz or 2.4GHz frequency band. Add the fiber-based Splitter box to extend the transceiver position to as far as 60,000 feet away from the base station.


View Diagram

Expanded Diagram

In a multiple-frequency configuration, a FreeSpeak II system can support a very large coverage zone with up to 60 Transceivers for wireless communication of potentially up to 50 1.9GHz and 40 2.4GHz full duplex wireless beltpacks in the same radio space.  This setup is ideal for applications that require more wireless users or for adding 1.9GHz DECT wireless in areas where there is high intensity of 2.4GHz interference.


View Diagram