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User Guide DMR


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DMR Handset CapabiliFes


DMR Repeater
Zone Planning for Repeater Using CloudRF

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2. DMR
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CloudRF
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(see hQps://cloudrf.com/web%20interface for designing RF coverage)

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Antennas
Repeater InstallaFon

TX
RX

DMR Handset SEP8010 DMR


(1) Antenna
(2) Programmable side buQon 1 [Zone up]
(3) PTT buQon
(4) Programmable side buQon 2 [Zone down]
(5) Emergency/programmable buQon
(6) Exchangeable colored insert
(7) Speaker
(8) Channel selector knob
(9) Power/volume knob
(10) LED status indicator
(11) Microphone
(12) Rugged accessory connector (RAC)
(13) Belt clip accessory (opFonal)
(14) RAC cover (screw xing)
(15) BaQery
(16) BaQery latch
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(2) 1 [ ]
(3) PTT ( )
(4) 2 [ ]
(5) /
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9) /
(10)
(11)
(12) (RAC)
(13) ()
(14) RAC ( )
(15)
(16)

DMR Handset SEP8010 DMR


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DMR Handset SEP8010 DMR

REPROGRAMMING RADIOS WITH DMR MANAGER

P C DMR MANAGER
Step 1 - Connect Radio with USB cable to laptop
Step 2 - Open DMR Manager soware
Step 3 - Select proper radio: PortableVHF 136-174MHzWith Keypad
Step 4 - Read the seng from the radio
Step 5 - Make the suggested changes
Step 6 - Save the changes as a dierent version
Step 7 - Write the new version to the radio
Step 8 - Disconnect USB from laptop

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Step-3

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Step-7

1 - USB-
2 - DMR Manager
3 - : 'Portable 'VHF 136-174MHz
'With eypad
4 - Read from Radio
5 - Write to Radio
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8 - USB

REPROGRAMMING REPEATERS WITH DMR MANAGER


C DMR MANAGER

Step 1 - Connect Repeater with Ethernet cable to laptop


Step 2 - Open DMR Manager soware
Step 3 - Change IP sengs of laptop to be compaFble with repeater
Step 4 - Select proper radio: Repeater VHF 136-174MHz
Step 5 - Read the sengs from the repeater
Step 6 - Make the suggested changes
Step 7 - Save the changes as a dierent version
Step 8 - Write the new version to the repeater
Step 9 - Disconnect cable from laptop

Step-8

Step-3

Step-5
Step-7

Step-4

1 - Ethernet
2 - DMR Manager
3 - IP ,
4 - : 'Repeater''VHF 136-174MHz'
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8 - b
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DMR Repeater SER8010 DMR


(1) Handles
(2) Status indicators
(3) Power switch
(4) GPS antenna connector
(5) Accessory connector
(6) Ethernet (RJ45) connector
(7) AC power input connector with fuse holder
(8) Grounding point
(9) Transmit (TX) antenna connector (N-type)
(10) Fan
(11) Heat sink
(12) Receive (RX) antenna connector (BNC)
(13) DC connector

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4) GPS
(5)
(6) Ethernet (RJ45)
(7)

(8)
(9) TX ( N-)
(10)
(11)
(12) RX ( BNC)
(13) DC

DMR Repeater SER8010 DMR

TX
RX

Planning CloudRF -

Here are your recommended sengs when


going through the CloudRF web input to
calculate a transmiQer.
Here are the only changes you need to make:
LocaFon and EsFmated height of the proposed
antenna
*Note: the higher the antenna, the beQer (5km
range per meter height)
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CloudRF
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ANTENNAS
1. Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX) antennas appear idenFcal
2. The Repeater requires both a RX and TX antenna
3. Both antennas require a ground plane to be assembled
4. Both come with 50 of cable with appropriate connectors

1. (TX) (RX)
2. RX TX
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4. 15m

REPEATER INSTALLATION


Repeater Must Be Placed:

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1. Appropriate Regional Coverage Area on high ground

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(see hQps://cloudrf.com/web%20interface for designing RF coverage)

2. Secure Site with Roof or Tower Mast Access


3. Place as high as possible on roof or mast (>20m high)
4. Reliable Power with BaQery Backup (Large UPS)
5. Place Transmit and Receive Antenna >2M Apart

(hQps://cloudrf.com/web%20interface )

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3. (> 20)
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5. >2

TX

RX

DISPATCHING RADIOS WITH SICS eXpress


C SICS EXPRESS

Sepura SICS eXpress DMR Dispatcher :


Control, Locate, Monitor, and Coordinate all Portable Radios on the Network -- -- ,