Welcome to LS Elektronik AB
We are an engineering company focusing on developing and manufacturing both hardware and software mainly used in radio systems. All hardware and software used in our systems are developed in house at our facilities just outside Stockholm, Sweden.
We have since 2004 produced the IP dispatch system Mimer SoftRadio. It has been sold in over 60 countries worldwide.
Mimer SoftRadio is used on offshore oilrigs, by miners in South Africa, by airports in Europe, by ambulances in the USA and by railrods in Sweden.
We also develop and produce the Sirius rugged remote panel for Motorola MotoTrbo radios and the X-Link interface that bridges almost any two types of radios.
PMR Expo is over for this time. Thank you all for comming to see us. It is always a pleasure!
A totally new function is under development, turning the radio calls into plain text, by the use of an AI.
Working from home
Tetra or small local systems. Mimer SoftRadio can bring them together at the dispatcher and also cross patch the systems.
The picure shows a SoftRadio setup in a Command and Control vehicle.
Mimer X-Link bridges together almost any two types of radio systems. The interface is very universal, to work with all system types.
In the examples above a Tetra radio can talk to the airband radio on the airplane.
A rugged touch screen panel built to remote control a Motorola DM4600 MotoTrbo radio. Built for tough users in rough environments.
Sirius Remote Panel is developed and manufactured by LS Elektronik AB.
Brochures - Setup guides - User guides - Support
All brochures on SoftRadio equipment can be found under the headline SoftRadio Download above.
Brochures on X-Link, Sirius, SoftLine and MVP can all be found under the headline Other Brochures download.
Behind the headline Technical & User Manuals Download above, you will find both setup guides and user guides for SoftRadio and SoftLine.
When you need information on how to setup your radio together with the interface and cable kit, the instructions for SoftRadio and SoftLine are found here. And the instructions for X-Link are found here.
The most common questions about SoftRadio all have answers on this FAQ page.