Icom’s IP100H WLAN or IP radio is a compact, yet powerful device.Measuring only 95 mm high (~3.7 inches) and weighing 205 grams (~7.2 ounces), the IP100H is one of the smallest professional radios on the market.
The IP100H is a wireless network radio and can move freely within the network. Adding several access points can easily expand coverage for your radio system.
The IP1000C controller that connects to the wireless network allows grouped users to hear and talk with another group. Individual calls are also possible. Full duplex communication (as with a regular telephone) can be used if enabled in the IP1000C controller and if a headset is connected to the IP100H.
- Compact size, and lightweight
- Up to 27 hours with standard BP-271
- Supports full duplex with headset connected
- Reliable sound quality
- High security with encrypted communication* (*AES Encryption)
- Vibration function for incoming calls
- Waterproof in accordance with IPX7
No radio licenses are necessary for the system as it uses standard WLAN networking products as infrastructure. The system uses the IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n standard.
Communications are distributed across WLAN access points in an IP network which makes it easy to expand the system.
Secure encrypted communication
The wireless security protocols WPA-PSK and WPA-PSK2 encrypt the calls.
Many users in the system can transmit simultaneously. When a headset is connected to the IP100H, users can talk concurrently in full duplex – similar to talking on a regular telephone.
Localization of users
IP100FS software can connect to the network and be used as a fixed radio. It can call a user, send a message and can easily see which access point each user is connected to.
Most programming takes place wirelessly over the network eliminating the need to gather all radios every time a change is made.
Reliable sound quality
Since communication over a WLAN offers a wider frequency bandwidth and QoS priority packet delivery, the sound quality is higher than in a traditional radio communication system and is comparable to regular telephone communication.