Connecting radios all over the world

Interfaces for generic types of radios

In parallel with our line of interfaces that remote control the radios more advanced functionality we also have a line of interfaces, Network Interface LE, that will only handle the audio and the PTT. On the other hand this is often enough for many users.

The small black interface 3130, is fixed for connection to the audio levels used by the microphone and the speaker on a  standard fixed mobile radio or base station.

The larger silver interface 3009, can be fitted with extra equipment to handle special signaling for example DSC or be fitted with transformers to handle audio at line levels, typical 600Ohm/-10dB.

The generic interfaces can be used both for single channel analogue radios and for single talkgroup radios in Tetra or DMR.

Connection is done through E&M signalling on the radio, plus PTT. There is no need for a Squelch output from the radio. The interface detects the audio level.

Examples of use:

  • Local use when several dispatchers want to share one radio.
  • Remote use where a dispatcher at one location wants to talk to radio users at different locations, for example a taxi company with base stations in several towns.
  • CrossPatch between one radio system and other systems, like analogue, IDAS, DMR, Tetra or MPT.
  • At a large system where the operators have both radios with a fixed talkgroup and radios with full function. In this way the most used talkgroups can all be monitored in parallel.
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Two universal interfaces

System Examples

Operator working with a fixed channel airband radio

Operator working with a fixed
channel Airband radio

Base station connected with 2-wire to an operator over IP

The operator is connected over IP to the interface, the interface is connected through a 2-wire leased line to the base station/repeater

Local and remote operators controlling both advanced Tetras and single talk group Tetras

Operators working with a mix of advanced radios and Tetra radios set to a fixed talk group

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