Mimer SoftLine gives you the ability to create a
virtual four wire line
- Do you use leased lines to send audio over long distances?
- Do you use modems over leased lines to send data?
- Do you have a need to send logic I/O:s over long distances?
This can be solved with two Mimer SoftLine Network Interfaces connected
together over the Internet or your own LAN.
When connecting two Network Interfaces together over a network or over the Internet, a virtual four wire audio line is created. Along with the audio line you get an RS232 connection and some I/O-ports.
This can be useful to connect old base stations or dispatchers to radio switches. It can also be used for
alarms or totally different types of connections.
Leased lines are expensive today, specially if they are long. Connecting the audio over the Internet instead will drastically reduce costs.
Mimer SoftLine can also be used to connect the standard
control head of a radio to the radio at long distance. For example if you do not
want to operate your radio via a PC as you would usually do in Mimer SoftRadio.
In this way a radio can be remotely controlled over the internet from a standard
With the SoftLine connection you get:
- One virtual 2 or 4-wire line for audio
- One RS232 transparent data connection
- Two logic I/O:s
Brochure is available from the
Cross patch with Mimer SoftLine and Radio terminals
Sometimes it is needed to connect two radios together back-to-back in order
to cross patch between different types of radio systems. This is also a feature
in the dispatch software Mimer SoftRadio.
There are also systems that needs to patch two radios together that are
placed at different radio sites. They can be of the same radio type and system
or they can be of totally different types.
Below is an example of this. Using SoftLine to cross connect between Tetra
and Airband radio at different sites connected via IP.
All audio that comes in on one radio will be rebroadcasted on the other.
Making a cross patch between Airband and Tetra and making a geographical jump
from one radio site to another.
Mimer SoftLine as a remote user
In this example a fixed mobile radio is remote controlled from a desk top
microphone and speakers.
It is just a simple connection with audio and PTT so that you can transmit
and receive on a radio that is "anywhere". Connected over a local LAN or across
the world over the Internet.
Mimer SoftLine with Radio terminals
Remote control your Sepura or Motorola GM-series radio with the standard control head
for up to 150
meters from the radio, or longer using the Internet.
Read about the special versions
of Mimer SoftLine: