Two-Way Radio Communications Recording

Robust communications monitoring and recording for IP, digital and analog two-way radio interfaces

The Voxida call recording solutions can be configured to record digital, IP (RoIP) and analog two-way radio, including Telex, Zetron and other systems. Voxida's robust recording systems are often used for air traffic control, railroads, government and defense applications, public safety and security.

With Voxida's radio recording solutions, you have guaranteed future support, revision control and the stability of fully field-proven systems. You can immediately reconstruct an incident and chose up to eight channels for simultaneous multiple playback. Calls can also be emailed or exported for further review and commented in real time.

Supported Analog, Digital & IP Radio Models - Telex, Zetron and More

The Voxida communication recording solutions can record digital, VoIP (RoIP) and analog two-way radio as well as other signal types. For a partial listing of the supported radio interfaces, please see below:

  • Analog and Digital Radio
  • IP Radio (RoIP)- including Telex
  • Trunked Communications
  • Vega Consoles
  • Zetron interfaces
Please note that Voxida has an extensible framework that is constantly updated to support new interfaces and recording requirements, which may or may not be detailed here. If you do not see your equipment model listed, that does not mean that it is unsupported. Please contact us.

Learn more about the Voxida two-way radio recording systems now:

  • The Voxida Appliances: Optimized hardware for voice and video communications recording, monitoring and analysis
  • The Voxida Voice Software Platform, which runs on the Voxida Appliances
  • Optional Voxida Software Modules, which run on the Voxida Voice Software Platform

If you have any questions, please contact us and we will assess your recording requirements and propose a solution that is a fit for your call volume, workflow and budget. Send an email to our sales engineers about your two-way and console radio recording requirements.