DYNAMIC CROSS SYSTEM RF PATCH
Original Publication Date: 1993-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Jan-31
In today's communication systems there are only two methods for a user that normally communicates on one trunked system to communicate with a user from another system. One method is to obtain a unique ID on the adjacent system(s) and pay for this service. The second method is for the two systems to be linked together via a Wireline Series II console. The user would then have to ask the dispatcher to establish an audio patch with the target user on the other system.