VOCAL’s SoIP Reference Design Kits enable licensees to develop a variety of standards-based next generation product configurations with extensive features and world-wide configurability.
- Standards-based design
- Extensive features list
- World-wide configurability
- Multilingual support
- Customizable control interfaces
- Simple upgrade/expansion paths
SoIP – Serial Over IP Reference Design Kits
The SoIP Reference Design Kits enable licensees to develop a variety of standards-based next generation product configurations with extensive features and world-wide configurability. VoCAL’s highly optimized On-OneTM DSP technology is used to reduce system cost by controlling all SoIP operations for one audio (E&M/handset) port and three or four sync/async serial ports and performing advanced signal processing on a single state-of-the-art DSP. These designs far surpass the competition in terms of cost advantage and time-to-market potential, and VoCAL’s extensive customization support allows quick and easy implementation of value added features Contact us for a demo or to discuss your specific application and performance requirements.
We have over 25 years of custom design and development experience in the telecommunications industry; our expertise and extensive customization support will result in the product you want at an unbeatable cost. Since VOCAL provides both the hardware design and a complete, optimized software solution, the result is a fully integrated, robust product which can be brought to market quickly.
Product configurations (please see diagram below):
3 Sync/Async Serial Ports with handshake controls and one Analog E&M Handset Port
4 Sync/Async Serial Ports with handshake controls (no Analog Port)
1 Analog E&M Handset Port supports GPIO controls for PTT input/output
1 Optional GPS receiver for stream time synchronization
1 or 2 Ethernet with optional POE
5 volt wall adapter standard
10-55 volt isolated power option
GPIO signals are protected and configured for driving PTT (push to talk) and receiving COS/COR
(carrier on squelch/receive) signals. Analog signals are single-ended and may be converted to
isolated 600 ohms externally. Digital MEMS microphones may be supported as an alternate use
of GPIO signals with synchronous sampling as two independent audio channels.
Reference Design Kit
VOCAL’s AoIP Gateway Reference Design Kit provides developers a customizable, fully-functional hardware and software solution with:
- Complete custom firmware
- Technical engineering assistance with layout design and hardware bringup
- Lifetime product maintenance and support