Sepura Tetra terminals
The Sepura mobile Tetra terminal can be remote controlled either fully through an interface that gives the operator a Virtual Control Head, or through our universal interface.
The virtual control head gives you full control of the radio, just as if you were sitting in front of the radio. All buttons can be accessed from your touch screen, with the PC mouse or by short cuts on the standard keyboard.
All connections are made from one of the control head connectors on the radio. The standard control head can be left connected to the other port and will work in parallel with the virtual control head.
The terminal needs no special programming.
Network Interface: 3009/08
Single Talkgroup use
For users that needs only one talkgroup and no other functions from the radio, the Network Interface LE can be used. A system mix of advanced radios and single talkgroup radios are also possible. See example below.
The terminal then needs to be programmed for Line in/out and a PTT function.
Network Interface LE: 3130
Examples of use:
- Local use when several dispatchers want to share one radio
- Remote use where a dispatcher at one location want to talk to radio users at a different location
- Cross patch between Tetra and other two way radio systems, like Airband, Nexedge, DMR, MPT or an other Tetra network
- Service work, by placing a radio at a remote location in the Tetra network
Typical at a larger dispatch installation is to have a few radios with a fixed talk group (through the Network Interface LE) and a few with a full remote function (Standard Interface).
In this way the dispatchers can monitor all the most important/most used talk groups in parallel. And depending on need set the full function radios to other talk groups and use them for sending SDS messages etc.
Sepura SRG3900 connected to a standard Network Interface
Sepura SRG3900 connected to a Network Interface LE
Supported radio models:
Sepura SRM/SRG Tetra terminal
Virtual Control Head for Sepura mobiles
There is also a kit to remote control the radios standard control head. Separating the radio and the control head through IP. Remote connection can be made through LAN, WAN or the Internet.
Read more here.
Single operator remote controlling one Tetra radio
Two operators remote controlling two
Tetra radios and one Marine radio
Local and remote operators controlling both local and remote radios. Tetras with full control and Tetra with only one talk group