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VoIP (Voice over IP)

The VoIP communications technology offers the possibility of transmitting voice via IP networks. Thus, a remote dispatcher having access to the radioserver via IP network can communicate with radio network subscribers and other dispatchers from any place of the world.

TX Passive

The TX Passive function allows for delaying the transmission in case the line is busy. The dispatcher records a message and queues it. TRBOnet RadioServer transmits the message as soon as the line gets free.


The Intercom function allows the dispatchers communicate among themselves separately from the main line, thus, lessening the load of the line.

Telephone Interconnect

The telephone Interconnect function allows making calls from radios to telephones and from telephones to radios. A dispatcher can also make calls from the Dispatcher Console. read more...


The CrossPatch enables dispatchers to patch talk groups, channels, sites and systems together to enable seemless comunication between all radio users of TRBOnet, regardless of frequency or if the radios are operating in Analog, Digital, IP site connect or Capacity plus. read more...

Voice Recording

TRBOnet provides recording of all conversations between dispatchers and subscribers. (The exception is private conversations and text messages between subscribers). The conversations are stored as audio files on the hard disk and are logged in the event log with date and time indication and playback capability.


The Emergency call is activated by the emergency button on a Motorola radio. When a subscriber presses the emergency button, the alarm mode is activated and the dispatcher gets the alarm message. All the calls from this subscriber become broadcast and the system starts the monitoring of the subscriber. The system also generates alarm signal after one of the following events:

  • Lone Worker Policy
  • Geofencing Policy
  • Speed Policy

GPS Positioning

The MOTOTRBO integrated GPS allows for indication of subscribers’ location and routes on map. Vector and raster maps are supported (i.e. Google Earth, MapPoint, MapLib, etc). read more...

Geofencing and Speed Control Policies

The Geofencing function lets the dispatcher limit the movement of subscribers. The dispatcher can add regions on the map and make rules for entering or leaving a region. For example, when a subscriber leaves a region, the system sends him/her a message and generates an alarm signal for the dispatcher.

Messages (Predefined messages, Scheduled Text messages, Text passive)

Both dispatchers and subscribers can send messages. The Predefined messages function allows for sending template messages. The Scheduled Text messages function implements the possibility to send messages in an exact interval or in time set by the dispatcher. The Text passive function is used in situations when a subscriber is offline. If a message has been sent it will be delivered when the subscriber is online.


TRBOnet uses the data from telemetry sensors and buttons. For example, when a telemetry button on subscriber’s radio is pressed the dispatcher gets the message about the telemetry. The dispatcher can set the parameters for telemetry.

Lone Worker

The Lone Worker policy lets the dispatcher set a time interval in which the communication with a subscriber is expected. For example, if a lone worker hasn’t called the dispatcher for 15 minutes, he/she gets a message and the dispatcher gets an alarm signal.

User Activity

The User Activity function lets the dispatcher make lists subscribers can be assigned to due to their activity. For example, if a subscriber sends a message “On duty” or presses an exact preset telemetry button this subscriber gets assigned to the “On duty” list in the Remote Dispatcher Console. The dispatcher can also assign subscribers to lists manually.

Stun Kill Passive

If the dispatcher gives a command to kill a radio which is offline TRBOnet can delay killing this radio. As soon as the radio is online the server kills it.

Radio Allocation

An exact radio can be now assigned in the system to an exact employee registered in the system. This can be really useful for situations with shift workers. All the radios are disabled and an employee will need to enter username and password to take a radio or return it. When the radio is taken it gets enabled and assigned to this worker in the system. When the radio is returned it’s no more assigned to the employee and it gets disabled again.

TRBOnet Power Point
(Feb 2010)
TRBOnet Schemas
(March 2010)
TRBOnet™ Enterprise 2.6






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