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Mimer SoftLine Motorola

Mimer SoftLine with Motorola analogue radios

Through the use of a specially designed version of the Mimer SoftLine Network Interface, a remote control can be set up for a Motorola GM380 or GM1280 radio and its standard control head.

Some customers do not want to use computers at all. They prefer the standard control head. But in order to have a very long cable connection between radio and control head they need to go digital. Mimer SoftLine will do this for them.

The radio and the control head can be separated by a standard CAT5 cable of up to 150m or you can use a standard LAN to expand the range even further. You can also use the Internet for longer expansions.

With SoftLine Motorola you can have more than one control head attached to one radio and even mix control heads with the software solution Mimer SoftRadio.

Compared to having a radio on your desk the benefit of remote control is that the radio can be placed in a high up place in the building, or at a different base site, and there use a short antenna cable, for low loss. Perfect for redundancy use or as a link to a repeater.

There are also special installations were copper wire can’t be used. This solution permits you to use fibre cables between radio and control head.

A Motorola GM380 radio connected via Mimer SoftLine Motorola to a standard control head.

At the control head side, the standard remote control head with built in speaker and hand held microphone can be used.

The Mimer Network Interface has a built in speaker amplifier to get the audio level right.

Brochure is available from the Download page.

(This solution does not work with GM360 / GM160 radios)

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