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  • Supports of PoE IEEE 802.3af Class 2

  • Up to 20 users per system
  • Up to 10 concurrent calls
    • Up to 10 channels using G.711 codec
    • Up to 4 channels using G.729 codec
  • Up to 6 repeaters per base
  • No multicell
  • Base station indoor range: 50 m; outdoor range: 300m
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Note

*Enabling PTT feature (Push-to-talk) on W-AIR handsets reduces the number of available channels to 6.


Base station and repeaters connection and overview

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Reset a repeater: press and hold the Reset button on the back side for more than 2 seconds (LED turns solid RED and then GREEN with a double pulsation).

LEDs of the Repeaters

GREEN BLINKING WITH A DOUBLE PULSE

Registration/subscription mode and searching for open base station
– registering procedure

GREEN BLINKING

Unregistered, searching for a base station

SOLID GREEN

Registered to a base station and ready for use - idle

SOLID RED

Failed to connect to a base station

BLINKING RED

Handset relayed by repeater

RED/GREEN BLINKING

Repeater is in recovery mode for one of the following reasons (try to re-assign Repeater to Base station):

  • Repeater is locked to base/repeater without repeater mode activated
  • Sync source base/repeater not found (Manual mode)
  • Timeout during RPN allocation due to busy base/repeater

Set up W-AIR Small Business Solution

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Upgrade Procedure of W-AIR system 

Note

W-AIR Upgrade logic in WMS 5.03.

Starting from WMS version 5.03.20210709.3, W-AIR System is upgraded according to the following policies:

  • there is 4 hours timeout for W-AIR upgrade
  • if all base stations are upgraded earlier than the timeout is reached, handsets and headsets upgrade is started immediately
  • after 4 hours if some base stations are still not upgraded, devices will be upgraded in any way

FW upgrade of Base Stations

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