Why not just send your comms over Dante? get yourself a couple of 2w-4w conveters and a small Dante interface (like a Stewart Audio or an AtteroTech or a FourAudio DBS1) and use that to get the comms audio over the Dante network.Regarding tempest range, the next stage is to get the remote antenna box and get your antennae to a more ideal location over Cat5. Beyond that you're looking at multiple bases w/ roaming, or tempest-capable antenna distribution systems
Besides 2 to 4 wire converters, you will also need a clearcom power source on each side as 4 wire won't pass power.
If you don't mind spending a little bit, I would suggest looking at the Studio Technologies units. They will power the IC line, and provide the 2-4 conversion with metering.http://www.studio-tech.com/product_m47.html
We have other converters in inventory. I spoke to Studio Technologies last year, but they wouldn't arrange a demo unit presale. Not only that they refused to waive a restock fee if we weren't happy with the unit. Good gear, lousy customer relations.
BTW you did not tell us how far you want to send the comm signal nor if there would be copper available. Clearcom will run much further than 300'.
It would be better anyway to rent one. Probably much less tahn a restock fee would be if they offered one.I recommend their hybrid as one of the best. You will not be dissatisfied.BTW you did not tell us how far you want to send the comm signal nor if there would be copper available. Clearcom will run much farther than 300'.
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