Xplorer is based on Xvirtual, a software application running on iOS or Windows, and operates as a single, fully featured, intercom panel. As an example, and thanks to Ethernet connectivity, a computer in a newsroom can be rendered with the functionality of an intercom user panel.
Just the same way, any iPhone, iPod or iPad Apple device can be turned into a wireless intercom system, provided that there is Wi-Fi connectivity available with a Conexia or Crossnet intercom matrix. It can also operate as an autonomous system by simply adding a TW5000 base station.
Further, AEQ has developed a series of wireless intercom panels using this technology that includes all commonly required features for professional belt-packs.
XBP is a hardware intercom panel based on 5GHz Wi-Fi technology and using Xplorer as its software engine. In essence this is the combination of the the processing capabilities, connectivity and operating system of an Apple iPod device and a hardware solution that provides professional features.
It provides a quick-access user interface consisting in 4 physical keys, a gain control and mute encoder and battery status indicators. It is connected to the iPod through a low power Bluetooth link.
It also incorporates all necessary circuitry required to charge the internal batteries and interface professional headset combinations.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
Minor bug fixes
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.