For use in mutual aid operation and incident response, the ICRI® Radio Interoperability Gateway System can be used to interconnect municipal, state and federal radios, public safety and military radios, land-line/satellite telephones, 700Mhz, 800Mhz, UHF, VHF, VoIP devices, TETRA, cell phones and more, within minutes after deployment.
Features and Mission Capabilities
Easy-to-Setup and Easy-to-Operate
— Virtually plug-n-play.
Multiple Configurations Available
— Includes Rack Mount or Portable, Waterproof, VoIP, SATCOM
Low Initial Cost, Low Sustainment Cost
Lightweight and Portable
— Can be easily carried/transported to any incident by a single person.
Rugged and Durable
— Will operate in harsh environmental conditions.
Seamlessly Connect Any Radios
— Interface legacy, APCO P25, trunking, digital, TETRA, SATCOM
Options & Configurations
The ICRI radio bridging device, is available in a wide range of optional configurations that allow it to be customized to meet the needs of public safety agencies, first responders and the military. The configurations listed below can be further tailored to meet your organization’s specific requirements.
Options & Configurations
2 and 4 Talk Group, 5 Port – The “Gold Standard”
Portable and rapidly deployable, radio interoperability in a small, rugged package. Selection of the National Guard WMD/CST ADVON Vehicle communications cache and hundreds of federal, state and local public safety agencies Read More >>
Cross-band or in-band tactical repeater for two radios. Compatible with portable and mobile radios, compatible with military and commercial radios.
ICRI-2PED – 2 Port, Environmental
Tactical repeater – Designed to enhance communications in areas of poor RF propagation. (i.e. inside buildings, tunnels or caves) Read More >>
“ICRI-E” – 2 Talk Group, 5 Port – Environmental
Environmental – built into a ruggedized, waterproof and sand-proof housing (Selection of DoD Guardian II Base Force Protection)
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4 Talk Group ,10 Port – Portable
Configured with VoIP/SIP, PSTN, SATCOM (Selected by National Guard CERF-P, HRF and FSRT)
4 Talk Group, 10 Port – Rack Mount
Configured with VoIP/SIP, PSTN, SATCOM. Designed for use in an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) or Mobile Command Vehicle
ICRI-to-MSAT/G2 Satellite Transceiver
Radio link to TACSAT – Interface portable or mobile radios, or other audio devices to the MSAT/G2 Satellite Transceiver
Remotely control talk group selection, audio level, COR or VOX selection and additional settings via a GUI, across a computer network.
When power or Internet is unavailable, setup and operate without a computer or IP connection. Read More >>
Manuals & Literature
Manuals and Literature
The following information is available for download:
- Tactical Voice Communications Solutions for HLD and HLS – 2.54 MB
- ICRI para Equipos de Emergencias – 1.32 MB
- ICRI-9575 for Iridium Extreme PTT Handset – 308.09 kB
- 2 Talk Group, 5 Port – 224.42 kB
- All ICRI Configurations – 645.58 kB
- Deployed Radios Test Compatible with ICRI – 212.30 kB
Watch Videos on the ICRI
ICRI in use by Joplin and Jasper Co. Law Enforcement
ICRI: In use by the City of Miami First Responders
ICRI-E: Major Components, Setup and Operation
ICRI-9575 Bridge: Linking Iridium 9575 PTT to a Portable Radio
ICRI-E: Training for the Warfighter, Homeland Security and Mutual Aid
ICRI – 2PED Training Video
The ICRI can be connected to a wide range of devices. The following documents will describe, in general, how to interface the ICRI to these devices.
1) How to Connect an ICRI to a VoIP Phone for RoIP – 609 KB
5) Connecting the ICRI to a Cisco IPICS – 513 KB
The ICRI and accessories are available for purchase by qualified agencies including participants in the 1122 program, under our GSA contract. The General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service, awarded C-AT Contract Number GS-07F-0653N, under schedule number 084, Service Identification Number (SIN) 426 99.
This GSA contract simplifies the purchasing process for qualified agencies by making the ICRI available under pre-arranged and pre-negotiated terms.