A reliable and entirely self-contained System for recording, archiving, searching and replaying radio communications. The system is able to fully function without the need of connectivity to the core network.
Along with a built-in efficient search engine to help the operator to easily access specific recorded conversation in a timely manner. Recording and storing important radio communications for later use enhances the operator’s efficiency and helps track events. The Voice Logger is a recording system compatible with DIMETRA and MOTOTRBO networks
Fast and Easy Access
Live monitor allows the operator to search and replay calls from the built-in search tool and audio player.
Simple Graphical User Interface and Navigation
The solution can be managed via three taps (Monitor, Aliases and Back up) for easy navigation. Also call replay buttons (play, next, previous, stop and continuous play) are included.
Long Term Storage & Archiving
Store up to 10,200 hours of 88 kbps clear audio onboard. Automatically archive calls at pre-set intervals to CD/DVD media. Optional Blu-Ray archiving provides ultra-high capacity storage.
Built-in events and alarms logger makes it easy to track the radio’s event history.
EASIER TO MANAGE
Assign aliases for the radios IDs and talkgroups then manage and search messages using the assigned aliases.
There is no direct connection required to the Dimetra system or MOTOTRBO Repeaters.
EFFICIENT VOICE RECORDING
The system is triggered only when the PTT button is pressed on any of the remote terminals that are the same talkgroups as in the application. The conversation are stored as a .wav file that is compatible by most operating systems and indexed by the radio ID, talkgroup, message duration and date and time.
POWERFUL MESSAGE FILTERING AND SEARCH TOOLS
The OPERATOR can filter messages by talkgroup (single or range), talkgroup alias (if assigned), radio IDs (single or range), radio alias (if assigned), message duration, message time and date.
The operator can create up to 8 multi-talks working simultaneously and independently, each multi-talk can contain up to 8 talk-groups.