The Apollo RP125 wireless repeater is designed to quickly and easily extend the coverage area of any in-house paging system, indoors or out. The RP125 can wirelessly receive and rebroadcast pages directly from a system’s source transmitter, or from another RP125 for extending range even further.
Primary features of the RP125 include:
- Powerful 1 or 5 watt output modes, roughly equivalent to additional coverage of between 1/2 and 2-1/2 miles in unobstructed open space;
- A rugged, ultra-compact, machined alumninum housing — about the size of two decks of cards;
- Programmable narrowband or wideband operation.
When using a single RP125, deployment is as simple as programming the unit to receive and re-transmit at the same frequency as the source transmitter, and placing the RP125 within the transmitter’s existing coverage area. All pages/capcodes can be passed through, or only a specified range.
The RP125 integrates seamlessly with all Apollo transmitter models, and is especially well-suited for those with 1/2 watt or less of onboard output power, including all TE series desktop and portable handheld transmitters. Because it adheres to standard paging protocols, the RP125 is also compatible with virtually any other POCSAG transmitter.
The RP125 also features independently programmable receive and transmit frequencies — for receiving source signals at one frequency and rebroadcasting them at another — making it suitable for more advanced re-paging applications.
In multi-layer mode, up to seven RP125 repeaters can be cascaded in any configuration — rebroadcasting at the same frequency as the source, or with up to seven frequency changes as the signal passes through each repeater. Each successive RP125 can be programmed to listen only to the previous one, with the first RP125 designated as the master repeater receiving signals directly from a source transmitter.
When ordering, choose any model with an operating range that matches the transmission frequencies of the target system.