The Bolero wireless intercom system excels in technical sophistication with its high-clarity voice codec. This proprietary technology not only increases speech intelligibility but also maximizes the efficiency of RF spectrum utilization. It supports a beltpack-to-antenna ratio that is twice that of other DECT-based systems within the same radio bandwidth. The system incorporates the Advanced DECT Receiver (ADR) technology. This technology synergizes a unique receiver design with multiple diversity elements to minimize sensitivity to multipath reflections, thereby making Bolero highly functional even in challenging RF environments that typically hinder other systems.
The Bolero beltpack features a robust design, outfitted with six intercom channels and a dedicated “Reply” button for prompt responses. It also includes a sunlight-readable, dimmable display with rotational capabilities for optimal orientation. Remarkably, the beltpack can operate without a headset, functioning as a walkie-talkie, facilitated by its integrated microphone and speaker. The beltpack offers Bluetooth connectivity, permitting the pairing of a Bluetooth headset or a smartphone. Once a smartphone is connected, the beltpack replicates a hands-free car setup, enabling users to receive and initiate calls through their beltpack headset. Users can integrate phone calls directly into the intercom channels, providing a new dimension of workflow flexibility. The beltpack’s construction utilizes a blend of premium materials, including high-impact plastics and rubber overmolds, based on Riedel’s extensive Managed Technologies experience. This design approach ensures the beltpack’s resilience and comfort under any operating conditions.