A standalone voice logger is a device that is designed to record and store audio data from one or more communication channels, such as phone lines, radios, or microphones, independently of any other computer or server.
Unlike other types of voice loggers that require a connection to a computer or a network, standalone voice loggers can function as a self-contained unit. They typically include their own storage device, processor, and operating system, allowing them to operate independently of any other hardware or software.
Standalone voice loggers are commonly used in small to medium-sized businesses, public safety organizations, and government agencies. They can be used to capture and store voice data for compliance purposes, quality assurance, or training purposes. Standalone voice loggers can also be used to monitor and record emergency response calls, dispatch communications, and other critical voice communications.
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|Hard disk||64GB SSD|
|Compression Ratio||1/8 times|
|Recording Start Mode||Voltage, Key, Sound Control|
|Consume Power Maximai||15W|
|Call Number||FSK, DTMF|
|FSK Concoct Mode||Logic 0(: 2200Hz±1%), Logic 1: 1200Hz±1%|