FAQ

Are there any limitations to the number of mobile user IDs and the number of talk groups in the software?
No. There are no limitations of this kind.
What is a fleet?
A fleet is a native NEXEDGE feature. It can be described as a group of users (most frequently a company or organisation) sharing a NEXEDGE network along with other fleets. The most notable difference between a fleet and a talk group is that a fleet’s members cannot communicate with other fleets’ users and all data, like GPS coordinates, voice recordings, statuses, reports etc., related to one fleet cannot be accessed by other fleets. Talk group members can be easily moved to other talk groups belongning to the same fleet by an operator on the fly (if this option is enabled), while fleet settings can only be configured in NexeTalk Server. A fleet can include any number of talk groups, radios and dispatch consoles.

Multiple fleets are often used by radio network providers leasing system infrastructure and radio channels to many customers. Large private networks can also have several fleets (e.g. different company’s divisions) if users from different fleets do not need to communicate with each other and all fleets’ data shall not be viewed by other fleets.

There is a Telephone Interconnect gateway embedded in NexeTalk. What types of calls does it make possible?
You can make phone-to-radio, phone-to-talk group and radio-to-phone calls. It is worth mentioning that all conversations can be recorded by NexeTalk without any additional hardware.