Radio Email

Email for conventional radio. A software solution that
allows the sending and receiving of email messages
across conventional radio networks.

Radio Email is a simple solution to the problem of relaying
messages and documents to operators who are either in
remote areas or in locations where weather or other
conditions make use of other telecommunication
networks impossible. Radio Email is easy to configure and
learn and can be used in conjunction with a normal
Internet based mail or messaging system.

The Key Facts

  • Simply connect a PC or notebook to a TAIT TM8000
    series radio, load the Radio Email software and you
    will have a workstation capable of sending and receiving
    email directly to and from another workstation on the
    same radio network or to a Radio Email linked central
    server able to relay mail to and from the Internet
  • Radio email can send and receive smaller sized attachments
    such as documents and low resolution images. (Tested
    up to 150Kb attachments)
  • All email messages are data encrypted providing security to
    senders and receivers. An audible alert can be set to announce
    incoming email messages.
  • The email software uses your standard email client eg. Outlook
    or Thunderbird. The administration interface is similarly simple
    to use and configure.
  • Radio Email workstations can be stationary or mobile. A notebook
    computer connected to a vehicle or portable radio will
    provide the same service.
  • Radio Email is easily integrated with existing computer systems
    and networks. Mail can share a voice channel or if preferred, the
    radio can be commanded to switch to a data channel to send
  • Radio Email is a solution designed for organisations wanting to
    provide email services across an existing radio infrastructure at a
    lower cost than other wireless networks. It is perfect for remote
    area locations and areas where topography, weather or other
    factors make cellular or other networks redundant. It is also
    ideal for organizations wanting to maintain messaging services
    during times of emergency when cellular and other networks
    may be prone to failure due to overloading.