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1 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway Icom IDAS MultiTrunk IP (Tier-3) Digital Radio Supplement

2 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway Icom IDAS MultiTrunk IP (Tier-3) Digital Radio Supplement Omnitronics Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. ABN: Product Notice No part of the contents of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written consent of Omnitronics. Information contained in this document is provided solely to enable use of Omnitronics products. Omnitronics assumes no liability whatsoever for neither technical or editorial errors that may appear in this document nor does it make a commitment to update the information contained herein. Omnitronics retains the right to make changes to this information at any time and without notice. Trademarks Icom is a registered trademark of Icom Inc. IDAS (Icom Digital Advanced System) and MultiTrunk are trademarks of Icom Inc. The Omnitronics logo and name are trademarks of Omnitronics Pty Ltd. DRG100, DRG200i, Alto, and RediTALK are trademarks of Omnitronics Pty Ltd. Technical Support If you require additional information or assistance with installation or configuration of this product, please contact our technical support at or your local sales representative at the appropriate telephone number shown below. When contacting Omnitronics for support, please have your Omnitronics product serial number, system hardware, and system software versions available. Head Office: Omnitronics Pty Ltd 27 Sarich Court Osborne Park, WA 6017 Australia PH: FAX: International Sales Office: Omnitronics Pty Ltd 301 Coronation Drive Milton, QLD 4064 Australia PH: FAX: North America Office: Omnitronics, Inc Cypress Plaza Drive, Suite 103 Jacksonville, FL USA PH: +1 (904) FAX: +1 (904) Documentation Feedback Spot an error in this document or have a suggestion for improving it? Omnitronics welcomes your feedback regarding this manual. To provide feedback, please your comments to Be sure to include the Omnitronics product name and version with your correspondence. Omnitronics will carefully consider all feedback for future improvements to Omnitronics documentation and software. Date: April 2017 Document Number: MNL ii

3 Document Revision History Issue Date Description /2015 Original publication /2017 Updated Capability Matrix on pviii. Updated section "Digital Radio Configuration" on p4. Updated section Digital Radio Settings on pp5 7. Updated section Call Timeouts on pp7 8. Updated section "IDAS Interface Settings" on p9. Updated section "Digital Radio Diagnostics" on p12. Added section "Send Text Message" on p14. Added section "Radio Status Message" on p15. Added section "Remote Radio Commands" on pp Updated section "Radio Status" on p16. Added Chapter 3, Configuration of Digital Radios. Please report any errors or omissions in this document to Omnitronics so that such errors or omissions may be corrected in later issues (see Documentation Feedback on page ii). iii

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5 Contents About this Manual Overview... vii Intended Audience... vii Related Documentation... vii Capabilities Supported... viii Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG 1 Viewing the System Status...1 Viewing the Digital Radio Status...3 Digital Radio Configuration...4 Common Digital Radio Settings...5 Omnitronics Gateway Interface...5 Digital Radio Settings...5 Call Timeouts...8 IDAS Interface Settings...9 Network Settings Trunking Settings Audio Settings Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics 13 Digital Radio Diagnostics Digital Radio Call Call Setup Busy Activation Group Registration Send Text Message Radio Status Message Remote Radio Commands Radio Status vii v

6 Statistics Omnitronics RTP Statistics Chapter 3 Configuration of Digital Radios 23 Configuring the Icom Radio Emergency Configuration Stun/Revive Configuration Kill Configuration Appendix A Interface Information 27 Connecting the DRG Known Issues Notes 29 vi

7 About this Manual Overview The DRG-Series of Digital Radio Gateway devices supports many digital-radio functions. However, not all digital radios support all of these functions. Hence, the DRG is programmed at the factory for a particular digital-radio interface depending on the type of digital radios you intend to use. This publication supplements the information in the DRG-Series Product Manual supplied with your DRG device. The information presented covers the configuration and diagnostics of the DRG implementing the Icom IDAS Multi-Site Trunk (MultiTrunk ) configuration with IP network connectivity. This implementation is known as Icom IDAS Multi-Site Trunking (MultiTrunk) IP (Tier-3) and is compatible with Icom IC-FR5000/IC-FR6000 IDAS VHF/UHF Repeater in MultiTrunk configuration. MultiTrunk interconnects IDAS trunk sites, creating a large roaming coverage area; and IP is used to transport radio traffic between sites adjacent to each other or scattered over large geographical areas. The DRG extends communications to Omnitronics dispatch consoles such as Alto and RediTALK. Intended Audience This manual is intended for technical support personnel, system integrators, and network administrators, who install, configure and maintain the DRG. Related Documentation In addition to this supplement, the following provide related information: DRG100 Digital Radio Gateway Product Manual (MNL-00106) DRG200i Dual-Channel Digital Radio Gateway Product Manual (MNL-00166) The following documents define the protocols implemented, which are all available as RFC documents from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF): RFC RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications RFC RTP Profile for Audio/Video Conferences with Minimal Control RFC RTP Payload for DTMF, Telephony Tones and Telephony Signals vii

8 RFC SIP: Session Initiation Protocol RFC An Offer/Answer Model with the Session Description Protocol RFC SDP : Session Description Protocol Capabilities Supported The capability matrix below lists the features of the various Icom digital-radio interfaces supported by the DRG and how these interfaces compare to the DX-Altus/Alto and RediTALK systems. Capability matrix Capability DX-Altus + Alto RediTALK Icom PC-CMDV2 (donor, IC-F6053, IC-5053) Icom WIRELINE (IP) T2, IC- FR50xx/FR60xx) IDAS MultiTrunk (IP) T3, (IC- FR5000/FR6000) Notes Channel Change NA Individual Call Group Call All Call Default Call Digital Radio Linking DX-Altus supports analog linking; limited digital linking Call Alert Individual Text Console to radio only Group Text Console to radio only Emergency Voice Call Radio to console only Emergency Alert Msg Radio Status Msg Poll Radio Status Radio Check Remote Monitor Radio Disable/Stun Radio Enable/Revive Radio Kill Lone Worker Supported by radio protocol but not console Man Down Supported by certain radio models and only in later versions of the protocol Scanning NA Talkgroup Registration NA NA Applicable to trunk protocols only Basic GPS Location Services Adv GPS Location Services Request radio GPS location Supported on Icom handhelds by status message response to console (e.g. 100) = Supported; = Not supported; = Partially supported (feature not fully tested with third-party radios) NA = Not Applicable viii

9 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG This chapter discusses the configuration of the DRG implementing the Icom IDAS Multi-Site Trunk (MultiTrunk) with IP-based networking. All web page images included in this supplement are specific to the DRG100 device; however, the web pages for the other DRG devices will be similar. This chapter includes the following sections: Viewing the System Status Viewing the Digital Radio Status on page 3 Digital Radio Configuration on page 4 Viewing the System Status Select the System Status menu to display comprehensive status information about your DRG. The information displayed on this page is read-only so you cannot make any changes to the values. This page shows the version information for both the hardware and the firmware used in the DRG together with its operational status. Figure 1 shows an example of the System Status page when logged in under the administrator account if you are logged in under the technician or limiteduser account, the information displayed will be the same; however, you will not see as many menu items. Most of the information shown on this page is the same for all digital-radio interfaces supported by the DRG for further information about this commonality, refer to the respective DRG-Series Product Manual. The information that is specific to the IDAS interface described in this supplement appears under the Digital Radio: ICOM IDAS IP (Multi Site Trunk) Status section (see Viewing the Digital Radio Status on page 3). IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 1

10 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG Common information Shows information common to all digital-radio interfaces Interface information Shows information specific to IDAS digitalradio interface Figure 1. System status page 2 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

11 Viewing the Digital Radio Status Figure 2 shows the typical interface information for a DRG implementing the IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP-based (T3) interface configured for a Multi Site Trunk system. Figure 2. Status of the digital-radio interface The information displayed under this section includes the following: UDP connection shows the state of the connection to the IDAS digital radio and can be either Connected or Disconnected. Home Repeater ID shows the identity of the home repeater associated with the Multi-Site Trunking configuration. Busy Repeater ID shows the identity of the repeater from which the transmission of audio originated. This is not configurable in the DRG and is dynamically set from the main repeater when an incoming call is made. Hence, it is only used for display and diagnostic purposes. Group ID shows the identity of the group of radios associated with this DRG. Registered Group ID shows the identity of the group of radios associated with this DRG once registered. Registering to a group is essentially setting up a default group (Registered Group ID) in which everyone registered to that group will participate in all conversations. The handheld or portable radios registered will effectively be on the same channel as everyone in this group can hear the same conversations. Hence, if an operator transmits, audio will be heard on all radios in the registered group. However, the operator will still be able to make a call to another group (Group ID) even if that group is different to the registered group. Destination Radio ID shows the individual caller s identity. This identifies the radio with which the DRG has established an Individual Call. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 3

12 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG Digital Radio Configuration Select Digital Radio on the menu, and then select the Digital Radio tab to display the configuration page similar to the one shown in Figure 3. This page shows the settings common to all digital-radio interfaces, and is the same in basic and advanced modes. Figure 3. Digital radio configuration page for common settings 4 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

13 These common settings allow you to disable some of the digital-radio capabilities depending on your requirements (see Common Digital Radio Settings below). The settings applicable to the IDAS Multi-Site Trunk system appear on the System Configuration tab (see IDAS Interface Settings on page 9). Common Digital Radio Settings The settings on the Digital Radio tab shown in Figure 3 are common to all digital-radio interfaces and are discussed in this section. Omnitronics Gateway Interface The information displayed under Omnitronics Gateway Interface is the same regardless of the digital-radio interface you are configuring, and includes only the following setting: TCP Port is the port the DRG uses for incoming TCP connections the DRG acts as a TCP server accepting incoming connections on this port from other Omnitronics devices. Digital Radio Settings The information displayed under Digital Radio Settings controls whether a specific capability is published to the DX-Altus Server, and therefore visible on an Omnitronics Dispatch Console such as Alto. Disable Channel Change option allows you to disable the capability to change the channel on the radio (this capability will be preconfigured by software provided by the radio manufacturer). Disable Call Alert option disables the ability for the console operator to send a call alert to another radio. Call alerts allow console operators to request call backs from radio operators (the radio operator acknowledges the alert by pressing PTT). Disable Individual Call option disables the ability to initiate an individual call from a console. Disable Individual Call Timeout option disables individual-call timeouts. Individual Call Timeout is the time in seconds that the DRG will wait for individual-call activity before it cancels the individual call and reverts to broadcast mode. This timeout is only used when the Disable Individual Call Timeout option is not selected. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 5

14 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG Disable Group Call option disables the ability to initiate a group call from a console to a group of radios. Disable Group Call Timeout option disables group-call timeouts. Group Call Timeout is the time in seconds that the DRG will wait for group-call activity before it cancels the group call and reverts to broadcast mode. This timeout is only used when the Disable Group Call Timeout option is not selected. Disable All Call Timeout option disables the All Call Timeout and allows the console operator to immediately setup a new call without the need to wait or cancel the All Call. If the timeout is enabled, it implies that the console operator will have to either first cancel the call (only applicable to P25) or wait for the timeout to expire (P25, MOTOTRBO, and ICOM). All Call Timeout is the time (in seconds) that the DRG will wait for all call activity to cease before it reverts to broadcast mode. This timeout is only used when the Disable All Call Timeout option is not selected. Call setup timeout is the timeout applied to call setup when the console operator does not PTT within a reasonable time (see Figure 4 on page 8). The console operator can use Alto to send a request to setup a specific call type. If a PTT is received within the specified time window, the DRG will setup this call type. However, if no PTT is received and the timer expires, the DRG will revert to its default call state. If an incoming call is received during this timeout window, the DRG will accept the incoming call and it will void the operator s original request. In this case, the operator will have to request the call type again after the incoming call ends. Disable Emergency option disables access to the Emergency feature from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Text Messaging disables the ability to send a text message to a specific radio or to a group of radios. Disable GPS option disables the feature to update and send Radio GNSS (GPS) updates to the consoles. These unsolicited updates are received from the Radio Repeater/Basestation. Portable handheld radios can be configured to send regular interval updates or as per PTT. Disable Radio GPS Request Update option disables the capability of a console user to request the GNSS (GPS) location of a specific portable handheld radio. In order for this feature to function, see Radio GPS Request Status ID option below. 6 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

15 Radio GPS Request Status ID option is configurable Status ID should match the Status ID configured in the Radio repeater / base station. Essentially, a Radio GNSS (GPS) Request Update is a special type of status message. By default, this ID is set to the maximum status ID which is 100. Disable Radio Status Message disables access to the Status Message feature from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Poll Radio Status disables access to the Poll Radio Status capability from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Kill Radio option disables access to the Kill Radio capability from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. The Kill Radio capability renders a remote radio permanently disabled. Default Call Type selects the default call type to use, which can be None or Group Call. Default Group specifies the number of the group to call when the Default Call Type is set to Group Call. Each of the following options disables a specific remote radio command. This also affects the Diagnostics page: when you select an option (to disable the remote radio command), the corresponding command will not be available under the Remote Radio Commands section (see Remote Radio Commands on page 17). Disable Radio Check disables access to the Radio Check capability from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Stun Radio disables access to the Stun Radio capability from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Revive Radio disables access to the Revive Radio capability from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. Disable Monitor Radio disables access to the Monitor Radio feature from the DRG and any connected dispatch consoles such as Alto. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 7

16 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG Call Timeouts Call timeouts applicable to the digital-radio interface are illustrated in the timing diagram depicted in Figure 4 on the following page. The purpose of a call timeout is to ensure the connection (call type and recipient) is maintained during overs so that the call is not prematurely disconnected. If no further activity (BUSY/PTT) is detected during the time specified by the call timeout, the call will automatically disconnect. The timeouts for each call type (IND, GRP, ALL) can be enabled or disabled, and configured independently. If the call timeout associated with a particular call is not disabled, the DRG will maintain the connection (call type and recipient), and reset the call timer after every over. If the call timeout occurs (no one pressed PTT within the timeout), the DRG will revert to the default call type. This means that the next PTT will then set up an All call. If the timer expires while a BUSY/PTT is active, the timer restarts. If the call timeout associated with a particular call is disabled, the DRG will apply the default call configuration (All call). Keep in mind that the radio itself may have similar timers that cannot be interrogated by the DRG, and if these timers clash with those on the DRG, the DRG will not behave as expected. It is advisable that you always set the DRG timers greater than the actual radio timers. Figure 4. Digital radio timing diagram 8 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

17 IDAS Interface Settings Select Digital Radio on the menu, and then select the System Configuration tab to display the configuration page similar to the one shown in Figure 5. This page shows the digital-radio configuration for the IDAS Multi-Site Trunk (MultiTrunk) system, and is the same in basic and advanced modes. Figure 5. Digital radio configuration for IDAS Mutli-Site Trunk configuration IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 9

18 Chapter 1 Configuration of DRG Network Settings The settings displayed under Network Settings include the following: Site Master Address is the IPv4 address of the radio repeater/base station acting as the site master. Note that in an IDAS Multi-Site Trunking configuration with only one site, the system master will perform the function of the site master. Destination Port is the UDP port used by the system/site master to receive data from the DRG. Source Port is the UDP port used by the system/site master to send data to the DRG. Key Code is the authentication key included in packets that is used to authenticate the packets. This key allows the DRG to connect to the radio repeater/base station and must be the same as the key code configured in the radio repeater/base station. Trunking Settings The settings for IDAS Multi-Site Trunking configuration are displayed under Trunking Settings and include the following: Unit ID is the unique unit identity of this DRG as a subscriber on the radio network. Unit Prefix ID is the unique unit prefix identity associated with this DRG. Group ID is the unique group identity of the radio network associated with this DRG. Group Prefix ID is the unique group prefix identity associated with this DRG in an IDAS Multi-Site Trunking configuration. The combination of Group Prefix ID and Unit ID (or Group ID) codes is used as a unique identifier. Home Repeater ID is the unique home repeater identity associated with the Multi-Site Trunking configuration. Area Bit option is used to enable/disable the area bit to prevent interference from adjacent sites. Site Code is the unique site code of the system in which this DRG communicates. Integrator Code is the unique integrator code of the IDAS MutliTrunk network to which this DRG belongs. 10 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

19 System Code is the unique system code of the IDAS MutliTrunk network to which this DRG belongs. Audio Settings The settings displayed under Audio Settings include the following: Transmit Gain is the gain in decibels (db) that is applied to digital audio sent from this DRG to the repeater/base station. The gain ranges from - 10dB to 10dB with a default of 0dB. Receive Gain is the gain in decibels (db) that is applied to digital audio received by this DRG from the repeater/base station. The gain ranges from -10dB to 10dB with a default of 0dB. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 11

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21 Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics In this chapter, we discuss the diagnostic features of the DRG and how to use these features with the IDAS Multi-Site Trunk digital-radio interface. This chapter includes the following topics: Digital Radio Diagnostics on page 14 Statistics on page 19 IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 13

22 Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics Digital Radio Diagnostics The DRG provides a separate diagnostics page for performing basic diagnostics and troubleshooting of the digital-radio interface. Select Digital Radio under the Diagnostics menu to view the Digital Radio Diagnostics page similar to the one shown in Figure 6. Figure 6. Viewing the digital radio diagnostics page 14 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

23 Digital Radio Call The Digital Radio Call section includes several diagnostic tools to help you test and diagnose call setup for various call types, busy activation, and group registering, as discussed below. Call Setup Use the tools in this section to set up and test a particular call type. Call Type determines the type of digital radio call to make. Depending on the call type, it may occur as soon as you click Setup Call or it may occur on the first Push-To-Talk request after you click Setup Call. The options available will depend on the capabilities and configuration of the radio and may include the following: Default Call Type Next radio call will be the default for this radio Individual Call Group Call All Call Call Alert A call to a single radio A call to all radios in a particular group Calls all radios on the network Sends an alert to one radio. This is sent immediately without waiting for a the next Push To Talk request Some of these call types may not be available depending on whether the corresponding call-type option is disabled on the Digital Radio page. For further information about these options, refer to Common Digital Radio Settings on page 5. Destination: Radio ID or Group ID specifies the unique identity of the radio, or the group of radios, that you want to call. To set up a particular call to a radio, or group of radios, select the call type from the Call Type dropdown, type the numerical destination into the Destination: Radio ID or Group ID text box, and then click Setup Call to send the request to the radio this may occur as soon as you click the button or it may occur on the first Push-to-Talk. The call type should appear next to Call Type under the Radio Status section (see Radio Status section on page 18). Busy Activation Toggle Busy allows you to simulate and test the busy signal on this DRG. This is useful when you suspect the busy signal from the repeater/base station is not detected. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 15

24 Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics To simulate and test the busy signal, click Activate Busy. This should send a busy indication to the dispatch console so you can check whether the busy indication operates as expected. You should also see the busy indication under Radio Status section (see Radio Status section on page 18). When you are done, click the button again to stop the test. Group Registration Group Register and Group Unregister allow you to register and unregister a particular group of radio repeaters: registering allows you to test for the existence of a particular group of radio repeaters. Group Register ID is the unique group identity of the radio network to be associated with this DRG once registered (see Registered Group ID setting on page 3). To associate this DRG with a particular group of radio repeaters/base stations, type the identity of the group into the Group Register ID text box, and then click Group Register. Once this DRG is registered, you should see the identity of the group appear next to Group ID under the Radio Status section (see Radio Status section on page 18). To remove the association of this DRG with a particular group, type the identity of the group into the Group Register ID text box, and then click Group Unregister. Once this DRG is unregistered, a group identity of 0 will appear next to Group ID under the Radio Status section (see Radio Status section on page 18). This indicates that this DRG is no longer associated with a group. Send Text Message You can use Send Text Message section to send a text message to the specified radio or group of radios. Message Type allows you to select the type of message to send and can be one of the following: Individual or Group. Destination Radio ID or Group ID is the identity of the radio to which you want to send the message. To send a text message, select the type of message from the Message Type dropdown list, type the destination in the Destination: Radio ID or Group ID text box, type your text message into the Example Text Message text box, and then click Send Text to send the message. 16 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

25 Radio Status Message You can use Radio Status Message section to send a text message to the specified radio or group of radios. Message Type allows you to select the type of status message to send and can be one of the following: Individual or Group. Destination: Radio ID or Group ID is the identity of the radio to which you want to send the message. Status Message Number is the number of the status message to send. To send a status message, select the type of message from the Message Type dropdown list, type the destination in the Destination: Radio ID or Group ID text box, type status message number into the Status Message Number text box, and then click Send Status to send the status message. Remote Radio Commands You can use the Remote Radio Commands section to send commands to the remote radio. Command is the command you want to send to the radio. The commands available will depend on the capabilities and configuration of the radio but may include the following: Radio Check Stun Radio Revive Radio Monitor Radio Sends a message to a particular radio ID to determine whether the radio is powered on and receiving. Sends a message to a radio terminal that will temporarily disable the radio. Sends a message to a radio terminal that has previously been stunned to revive the radio. Sends a message to radio terminal and places the radio into monitor mode. Some of these commands may not be available depending on whether the corresponding command option is disabled on the Digital Radio page. For further information about these options, refer to Common Digital Radio Settings in Chapter 1, Configuration of DRG on page 5. Destination Radio ID is the identity of the radio to which you want to send the command. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 17

26 Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics To send a command to the radio, select the command from the Command dropdown list, type the numeric radio identity into the Destination: Radio ID text box, and then click Execute to send the command. Radio Status The Radio Status section displays the current status of the digital radio connected to the DRG. The information displayed depends on the functionality of the radio and firmware, and may include the following: Communication Status indicates the current communication state of the link between the DRG and the connected digital radio. OK means the communication link is good; and Failed means the communication link is experiencing problems. Push To Talk indicates whether the radio is currently transmitting (ON) or not transmitting (OFF). Busy indicates whether the radio is currently receiving (ON) or not receiving (OFF). Call Type indicates the call type that is currently active (All Call, Group Call, or Individual Call). Radio ID shows the identity of the radio that is currently receiving or transmitting. Group ID shows the identity of the radio network in which a radio is currently receiving or transmitting. Last Text Message Received shows the last text message received from a radio. Last Text Message Sent shows the last text message sent. Registered Group shows the identity of the radio network currently registered with this DRG. 18 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

27 Statistics The Statistics page shown in Figure 7 is displayed when you select Statistics under the Diagnostics menu. The page is the same in both basic and advanced modes, and provides comprehensive statistics about the operation of the DRG. Figure 7. Viewing the Statistics page for the IDAS interface IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 19

28 Chapter 2 Diagnostics and Statistics Omnitronics RTP Statistics Under Statistics on this page, you can view the various statistic counters and other useful information, which includes the following: RTP receive total packets is the total number of RTP packets received. RTP receive valid packets the number of valid RTP packets received from the remote device. RTP receive invalid packets is the number of packets received that do not contain valid RTP formatting. If this number is very large, it may indicate that this port is being used by some other network protocol. RTP receive valid bytes is the total number of bytes received via RTP. RTP receive sequence errors indicates the number of packets that either were not received or which arrived out of order. If this value is large, it indicates that the network is experiencing packet loss or excessive network jitter. RTP receive packets too late indicates that a packet containing audio arrived at the DRG after it should have been played. If this value is large, it indicates excessive and changing network propagation delays. RTP receive STUN packets indicates the number of value STUN messages received. Some VoIP clients send STUN messages on the RTP port to help determine network configuration. RTP receive MULTICAST packets indicates whether a packet has been received from a multicast address. RTP transmit packets is the number of complete network (UDP) VoIP packets sent, but does not include other packets such as web server data or SNMP packets. RTP transmit bytes is the total number of data bytes sent, and includes the payload data, but it does not include the overhead due to Ethernet protocol. Current transmit bytes per second is an estimate of the current bandwidth usage for VoIP. This will display a non-zero value only if the DRG is currently transmitting audio information. Time since valid RTP packet is the time in milliseconds since the last RTP packet was received. RTCP receive total packets is the total number of RTCP packets received. 20 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

29 RTCP receive valid packets is the number of valid RTCP packets received from the remote device. RTCP receive valid bytes is the total number of bytes received via RTCP. Time since valid RTCP packet is the time in milliseconds since the last RTCP packet was received. Source Name is the name (address) of other IPR/VoIP devices communicating with this DRG, such as: Location is the location or name configured in the remote DRG device, such as DxAltus Radio Channel 1. Firmware Information identifies the firmware, and the version of the firmware, that this IPR device is running. Source IP Address is the source IP address for this audio source, such as Source UDP Port is the UDP Port for this audio source, such as Received packets is the number of VoIP data packets received from the remote device. Duplicate packets is the number of packets that have been detected containing exactly the same data (network errors). Misordered packets is the number of packets that have arrived out of order, usually due to network delays. Packets arrived too late is the number of packets that have arrived after the point where they should have been played (network errors due to high latency). Current playout delay is how much audio (in milliseconds) the DRG device is currently holding in its jitter buffer. Current Busy State is the current state of the Busy (Mute) input. Current PTT State is the current state of the remote audio source requested for the local DRG PTT output. This will appear if the remote site currently has an active busy signal from a connected radio. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 21

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31 Chapter 3 Configuration of Digital Radios This chapter discusses the how to configure the Icom digital radios to operate with the DRG implementing the Icom IDAS Multi-Site Trunk (MultiTrunk) with IP-based networking. This chapter includes the following topics: Configuring the Icom Radio on page 23 Emergency Configuration on page 24 Stun/Revive Configuration on page 26 Kill Configuration on page 26 Note Omnitronics is not usually responsible for the configuration of other manufacturer s products; however, we have learned a few tricks along the way! The information provided in this chapter describes some of the settings that helped Omnitronics during the development of the DRG gateways. You should check these settings with the manufacturer before relying on this information. Although Omnitronics has made every effort to assure the accuracy of this information, it does not accept any liability or responsibility whatsoever for any damage or losses that may result from the use of this information. Configuring the Icom Radio You must ensure the Icom digital radio you intend to use is properly configured to operate with the DRG. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 23

32 Chapter 3 Configuration of Digital Radios Emergency Configuration Select Key & Display under Common to display the Key & Display Assign configuration page, as shown in Figure 8. In the Mobile/Portable column of the Key section, the Ext. Emer setting is for the third-party emergencymicrophone input. In the Conventional column for this setting, select Emergency for the portable emergency input. Figure 8. Configuration page for Key & Display Assign Under Memory CH, you must also assign at least one of the Memory CH channels as E, as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9. Configuration page for assigning a memory channel 24 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

33 Select Emergency to display the Emergency Setting configuration page similar to the one shown in Figure 10. Under the Emergency Timer section, set the various timers according to your situation. Figure 10. Configuration page for Emergency Setting IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 25

34 Chapter 3 Configuration of Digital Radios Stun/Revive Configuration Select Stun/Revive under Multisite Trunk to show the corresponding configuration page of the radio. To enable both stun and revive functionality, set the RX and TX settings under both Stun Setting and Revive Setting to Enable, as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11. Configuration of Stun and Revive settings To configure the radio so that it will only accept the stun/revive message from a specific unit identity, set the Enabled setting under Stun/Revive ID to Enable, type the identity of the unit in the ID field, and complete the remaining fields according to your situation. Kill Configuration If you enable the Kill function in the radio, and issue the Kill command, you will no longer be able to revive the radio: the Kill command deletes the configuration file (ICF file) completely. 26 DRG-Series Digital Radio Gateway

35 Appendix A Interface Information This appendix discusses some important information about your DRG product, and includes the following topics: Connecting the DRG Known Issues Connecting the DRG The DRG does not require any special interface cable for connecting it to your network or to the IDAS MultiTrunk network as both use IP-based network connections. Simply connect the DRG to your network using a network cable and connect it to a suitable power supply with the power cable included with the product: Power supply requirement (recommended minimum): DRG100: DRG200i: Ethernet network connection Known Issues As of the date of publication of this supplement, there are no known issues with this implementation. IDAS Multi-Site Trunk IP Supplement 27

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