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Hytera Patrol System Tutorialwww.hytera.comRespond & Achieve04Software Installation03SystemConfig01System Overview02NetworkStructure201System OverviewSystem Overview

Receiving Station: A repeater (RD62X/RD96X/RD98X/RD98XS) or a mobile radio (only MD78X) can work as a patrol data receiving station.System ComponentsItemPower SupplyWorking TemperatureFrequencyValid DistancePatroller ID CardNo extra power supply-22~5513.56~14.2Mhz3 cmPatrol CheckpointNo extra power supply-40~85 13.56~14.2Mhz4 cm UHF: 400-470Mhz4W(High); 1W(Low)VHF: 136-174Mhz5W(High); 1W(Low)16 Hours (1500mAh); 22 Hours (2000mAh)U.S.A Military Standard & IP54Analog & Digital auto detectEmbedded RFIDUp to 250 pieces of offline data could be stored

PD41XPatrol Radio

02NetworkStructureSingle Site Solution

Multi-sites Solution

03System ConfigMobile Receiving Station Config

Forward To PC

Step 1 Go to Conventional -> General Setting -> Network from the left navigation tree of CPS.

Step 2 Select Forward To PC in Radio to PC Network interface.Mobile Receiving Station ConfigChannel Configuration

Step 1 Go to Conventional -> Channel -> Digital Channel from the left navigation tree of CPS,right click Digital Channel and select Add to add a new digital channel.

Step 2 Double-click the new digital channel to enter the configuration interface. Configure the channel alias per configuration planning and select a slot (etc. Slot1) in Slot Operation.

Mobile Receiving Station ConfigChannel Configuration (Continued)

Set the Receive Frequency and Transmit Frequency.

Channel Configuration (with Pseudo Trunk feature)

If Mobile Radio Receiving Station Solution uses only one frequency, the Pseudo Trunk feature must be enabled; the slot for patrolling services must be different from the slot for voice communication; RX Group List and TX Contact must be set to None.Mobile Receiving Station ConfigMobile Receiving Station ConfigRadio ID

Go to Conventional -> DMR Services -> Basic or Conventional -> Digital Common -> Basic to set the Radio ID of the Mobile Radio Receiving Station.

Mobile Receiving Station ConfigTMS Port

Go to Conventional -> General Setting -> Network -> Radio Services and set TMS Port to 5016.Repeater ConfigurationSingle site Network

Step 1 Go to Conventional -> General Setting -> Network from the left navigation tree of CPS and configure the following parameters.

Repeater ConfigurationSingle site Network (Continued)

Step 2 Select Single Site for local operationStep 3 Click Forward to PCStep 4 Enter the client computer IP address into Third Party Server IP.

Step 1 Go to Conventional -> General Setting -> Network from the left navigation tree of CPS and configure the following parameters..Repeater ConfigurationMulti-sites IP Connection (Master)

Repeater ConfigurationMulti-sites IP Connection (Master)Step 2 Select Master. The repeater will operate locally; it will not send data to other repeaters; patrol data will be uploaded to the client.

Step 1 Set repeater IP address into the same LAN of Third Party Server IP.

Multi-sites IP Connection (Slave)Repeater Configuration

Step 2 Select Slave. The repeater will send patrol data to Master via Ethernet.

Multi-sites IP Connection (Slave)Repeater Configuration

Notice: Unclick Forward to PC box of Slave repeater.

Repeater ConfigurationChannel Configuration

Step 1 Go to Conventional -> Channel -> Digital Channel from the left navigation tree of CPS,right click Digital Channel and select Add to add a new digital channel.

Step 2 Double-click the new digital channel to enter the configuration interface. Configure the channel alias per configuration planning and select a slot (etc. Slot1) in Slot Operation..Repeater ConfigurationChannel Configuration (Continued)

Notice:If the voice service and patrolling service shares the same frequency, different slots must be used. For example, the patrolling service uses slot 1 while the voice service uses slot 2Step 3 Go to Conventional -> Zone from the left navigation tree of the CPS, select the Digital patrol channel and click Add to add it to the last channel in Member list.Repeater ConfigurationChannel Configuration (Continued)

Repeater ConfigurationRadio ID

Go to Conventional -> DMR Services -> Basic or Conventional -> Digital Common -> Basic to set the Radio ID of the Mobile Radio Receiving Station.

Go to Conventional -> DMR Services -> Contact from the left navigation tree of the CPS, add the Alias and ID of the repeater or Mobile Radio Receiving Station into the list and set the Call Type to Private Call.Portable Radio ConfigurationRadio Contact

Portable Radio Configuration

Step 1 The necessary parameters need to configure including: Slot Operation, Receive Frequency, Transmit Frequency and Tx Contact Name . The Tx admit of patrolling service channel should be set to Channel Free; TDMA Direct Mode must be selected.Channel Configuration

Step 2 Go to Zone -> Zone 1 from the left navigation tree of the CPS, select the Digital patrol channel and click Add to add it to the last channel in Zone 1.Portable Radio ConfigurationChannel Configuration (Continued)

Notice:For Patrol Management System, the patrolling data of patrol portable radios are automatically switched and transmitted in the last digital channel of the current zone by default. Otherwise, the patrolling data cannot be uploaded successfullyGo to General Setting -> Buttons from the left navigation tree of the CPS, select Patrol Emergency from the drop down list for SK1 or SK2Portable Radio ConfigurationPatrol Emergency

In case of emergency during patrolling, the patroller can press the programmed Patrol Emergency key to trigger the emergency alarm.

Go to General Setting -> Buttons from the left navigation tree of the CPS, select Patrol Resend from the drop down list for SK1 or SK2.Portable Radio ConfigurationPatrol ResendIn case of patrol data uploading failure during patrolling, the patroller can press the programmed Patrol Resend key to resend the data.04SoftwareInstallationHardware Devices Requirements

Software InstallationDownloading and Unzipping Installation Package1. Download Hytera PD41X Patrol Management System.rar from www.hytera.com (Download path: Downloads -> Driver & Software -> PD41X).

2. Unzipping the installation package into a chosen folder.