From Mining to Factories, various Industries depend on Digital Radio Protocols for their safety and coordination communications. Digital Radio Protocols, which include TETRA, P25, DMR, and TETRAPOL (among others), enable mission critical functions to continue when less stable networks fail, such as cellular. Any robust and dependable digital radio system requires continuous monitoring to discover dead-spots, fix connectivity issues, or plan additional repeater sites when new equipment or facilities are installed.

Decodio software packages help Industry leaders ensure safe and secure communications throughout the job site. Our DECODIO RUNNER software package combines the monitoring and analytical power of DECODIO NET with the data display and drive test mapping of DECODIO ORANGE , allowing operators to map their spectrum and optimize their networks. By uncovering detailed information through decoding, such as Bit Error Rate (BER) and Message Erasure Rate (MER), and plotting these metrics, operators can exactly pinpoint problems. Also, DECODIO RUNNER can hook up easily to existing sensors and doesn’t require long system startup times. Don't wait for the emergency to learn that a network has coverage gaps, with RUNNER, Industry leaders can ensure more stable and robust radio networks on the job site.

RUNNER Comprises of the following core software:
  • NET is Decodio RED, tailored for a specific digital radio protocol
  • Uncover call data, including network identifications and users
  • Standard interface for GNSS receiver
  • Create alerts for signals of interests through automatic detection
  • Optional DF function allows any unit to localize signals or interference
  • Adapt to existing government or commercial sensors
  • Discover our NET solutions:
  • Quickly display call statistics in various pivot table options
  • Use pie-diagrams to easily wade through large data sets
  • Analyze and display capacity time series, call setup histograms, PPT lengths, and many more statistics
  • Display drive test results on a wide range of maps (Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, MapQuest, SwissTopo)