SoftRadio - Setup

Mimer SoftRadio is a system that gives you the possibility to remote control your two-way radio over a LAN, a WAN or over the Internet. It also lets you mix and match different brands and types of radios as well as phones and intercom.
From this page you can navigate to the needed information to do your setup of the SoftRadio system.
It is important to follow the instructions, otherwise the system might not work as intended or even not work at all.
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Setting up SoftRadio software and options

You need to do some basic settings to get the system setup on your local LAN or over the Internet.

If you have a large system there might also be servers that needs to be setup.

And finaly when all is working, you might want to do some fine tuning of the settings in each operator PC to get as much performance as possible.

On this web page you will find all documents needed as downloadable PDF´s.
The first document up to the top left is the basic an most important to use.

Also see the menu bar at the top of every page. Under “Mimer SoftRadio”, you have the headlines “Technical and Setup”, with a lot of setup tips, as well as the “SoftRadio FAQ”, with many answers to your questions.

SoftRadio at SAS

Example of an airport system

Virtual Control Head, MTM5400

Exampel of Virtual Control Head for the Motorola Tetra terminal MTM5400.

Setting up the interface and the connected radio

The Network Interface is delivered to work together with a pre defined radio model. There is seldom any settings needed in the interface itself. Radios on the other hand, often needs to be setup in the correct way to work with the interfaces.

Instructions for each type of interface, cable kit and each radio model are sorted after the number of the cable kit that connects the interface and the radio.

Please find your cable number through the links below.

SoftRadio with three connected radios

SoftRadio with three radios connected.

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