Hytera Bridge offers a simple, reliable, cost-effective Radio over IP (RoIP) gateway between Hytera Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) radios and open standard DMR and Analog two-way radio systems.

By linking your existing two-way radio system to the Hytera HORIZON Nationwide Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) radios, your in-house and mobile workforce will stay connected anywhere in the country where an LTE or Wi-Fi connection is available.

How does it work?

Hytera Bridge PoC to DMR connectivity consists of a hardware kit that interconnects and re-broadcasts communication between an MNC360 PoC mobile radio and an HM782 DMR mobile radio.

The MNC360 provides connectivity to Hytera PoC radios via LTE cellular or Wi-Fi Internet access, and the HM782 provides connectivity to DMR Radios and repeaters via narrowband UHF and VHF frequencies. The HM782 can communicate with DMR radios via a repeater or base station or directly with DMR digital and analog radios.

It can connect two remote DMR radio systems over a PoC Broadband connection.

Hytera Bridge

How many channels does it provide?

Hytera Bridge provides a single-channel interconnect. It does not pass caller ID, group, or other information between the two systems. For additional channels, deploy multiple Hytera Bridge systems.

Is it easy to install?

Hytera Bridge is a compact hardware configuration with minimal footprint installation in a data closet or radio equipment rack. Both mobile radios are powered by one dual-output power supply.

Is it cost-effective?

Hytera Bridge provides a single-channel interconnect at a much lower price than other systems that require more hardware or servers.

What is the main benefit?

It gives you access to the Hytera HORIZON Nationwide Push-to-Talk Over Cellular radio coverage while preserving your existing radio system investment. It links your existing DMR or Analog radio system to Hytera PoC radios with a nationwide range via LTE or Wi-Fi. For more details, click to download the HB Brochure.