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Mimer Call Options and Text Messaging

Options to help with selective calls and text messaging.

Selective Calls including Speed Dial

To make selective calling (private calls) easier from Mimer SoftRadio there is an option for a speed dial list. The list is easy to use and easy to edit. It is set up for each computer separately but can be copied so that all have the same list.

At the moment Short Dial List works with Private Calls over Tetra and MotoTrbo in DMR mode, with 5-tone and MPT-Systems and with MDC signalling over MotoTrbo radios in analogue mode.

Private Call in Tetra and MotoTrbo digital or MDC in MotoTrbo analogue mode
If you run Motorola MotoTrbo radios, the Speed Dial function can be used to make faster calls. You have instant access to a list of radios and you can make private calls or group calls without going into the radios menus.

CCIR
The signalling tones (CCIR; EEA etc) are created in the operator PC. This means that also radios without tone functionality can use this option. For example an old base station.

Settings of the tone format can be done different on the different radios attached to the system.

Text Messaging

The speed dial list window also has a text function for radios capable of text transmission.

You get the choice to enter a free text or to fetch a predefined text from a template and transmit it to a radio or group of radios in the speed dial list.

The messages are entered from the operator PC´s keyboard.

Local CallLog

Incomming calls will be presented in a list together with a timestamp and which radio the call came in over.

An alarm call will be highlighted in red for higher visibility. And private calls are shown in green.

The calls are both displayed in a user window that shows the latest calls and also saved into a log file on the computer. A new log file is created for each new day.

Local CallLog is often used in systems with “ANI”, ID transmission at each PTT, so that the operator knows who is transmitting. Or if he missed the call, the log tells who last transmitted.

DMR-Systems
Incomming calls are decoded by the DMR radio and sent over the Mimer system so that all operators can log the calls and respond to them. This can for example be emergency alarms.

5-Tone Systems
With a tone decoder in the Network Interface all incoming tones are decoded and sent as data messages to Mimer SoftRadio. Works with for example CCIR, ZWEI and EEA tone systems.

With the option Local CallLog the SoftRadio operator software can be set to react to different selective codes.

Each operator can have his/her own selective call and/or a group call. It can also be different calls on different radios.

Call Back

With both the options for Speed Dial and the option for Local CallLog installed, the operator gets the possibility to make Call Back calls. A double click on one of the calls in the local CallLog will give the option to call back the radio that made the call.

Practical when you need to fast reach the calling radio again, or to acknowledge an alarm call.

Local CallLog for Marine Systems

There is a separate Call Log that is used for Marine Systems with DSC and ATIS calls.

More reading on this is found on this page.

Mimer SoftRadio

SoftRadio Speed Dial list
Radios capable of text messaging also gets the option to enter free text or use predefined messages.

Pre defined messages

Local CallLog with several calls in the list. The red call is an alarm

Local CallLog with the call back function activated

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