Mimer SoftRadio XL
SoftRadios big brother, for systems where each operator needs to control more than eight devices and/or needs special options.
Mimer SoftRadio XL gives the ability to access up to 30 devices from each operator computer.
The operator can monitor all radios at the same time and also connect telephones, VoiceLog etc without having to reduce the number of radios.
Grouping devices in tabs - and more
In SoftRadio XL the devices can be grouped in tabs. This can be used so that each operator has his/hers own devices, or list of radios, or it can be used so that separate tabs are used for different tasks. Maybe one list for daytime use, one for night time use, and a third for emergencies.
You can have as many tabs as you like and each tab can hold up to 30 devices. The same device can of course also be on more than one tab.
The tabs can be named by the administrator for easy use.
All tabs but the first one can be password protected.
All standard options can be added like CrossPatch, GroupSend and PhoneConnect. The device panels can be configured to suit the users application, allowing buttons to be added or removed.
Movable Device Panels
Your SoftRadio XL can easily be set up in different configurations for easy access to your devices. You can even move the device panels around freely to make up groups of devices. This can also be totally different on different tabs if you like.
If you have selected to have movable panels you can also group your device panels into separate frames. Maybe having a frame for each type of radio system or for different radio sites.
Mimer SoftRadio XL with the device panels freely moved and grouped inside frames
Special options only together with SoftRadio XL
3215 - Quad Speaker
With the Quad Speaker option you can select up to four speakers for each device.
You can have two front speakers and two rear speakers or maybe four front speakers.
For each device you select if it shall be heard in one, two, three or all four speakers. It makes it easy to hear which of the devices that are speaking at the moment.
Mimer SoftRadio XL with the Quad Speaker option activated
3242 - Multiple Device Configurations
In some cases the operators needs to change the configuration of connected devices depending on what work they have at hand.
For many the standard function “Tabs” described above is enough. But for others it is better to change the whole configuration. This can be done through the option Multiple Device Configurations.
In Connections Setup several configurations can be saved and the operator can select between them.
When using “Tabs” all devices are connected even when not visible, taking up recources from the IP net. With Multiple Device Configurations only the visible devices are connected.
A typical use can be to have different setups for different users or different weekdays.
Menu for the operator to select among the setup device configurations.
3049 - Multiple Hotkeys
If you add the option Multiple Hotkey you will get the possibility to assign separate keyboard keys as PTT, volume and speaker on/off buttons for every attached device.
You can use the standard PC:s keyboard, or with an extra external keyboard on the side, you can have all your functions at the tip of your finger.
3236 - Advanced Audio Messages
As default you have the yellow “ReSend” button for each device in SoftRadio. Pushing the ReSend button will send the last voice transmission again on the same device or on another device.
This can be changed to the “hour glass” key that instead sends a “Wait tone” message.
With the Advanced Audio Messages option you can pre record a number of audio messages and send them on any device at any time.
The messages can be voice recordings, tone messages or other audio files.
A small and simple to use dialogue helps the operator to make and save his own voice recordings.
More information on the use can be found on the Audio settings page.
Alternative uses of the yellow key
There is also an option to the option called “AutoRxResponse“. This will give the operator the possibility to set an auto answer message that is sent out after each reception of audio on a radio. For example “I am out to lunch, please call back after one o´clock”.
The option “3084 – I/O Control” is no longer available.
But you can still use the extra I/O´s that are available on most interfaces. You need to have the option “Custom Functions Panel” and we will tailor make scripts that gives you the functions needed.
Useful for burglar-, temperature- or SWR-alarms. Or for example to unlock the site door.
Different network interfaces offer a different number of I/O:s. This is because the I/O:s are also used by certain radio types. I/O Control can not be used together with LE-Interfaces.
Please tell us your needs and we will make you an offer.