Radio Configuration Follow


 Pre-requisites:  n/a


Topics Covered
Neighborhood Zones

Target Users

Required Permissions



Radio Configuration

Before beginning radio checks, Post must configure the Radio Module by creating Neighborhood Zones, Groups, and Repeaters based on information related to Post and Post's location.


Neighborhood Zones

Post Neighborhood Zones are specific zones based on the different locations where radios and repeaters are located. Each zone is assigned a color and all radios will display on the map in the color assigned to its zone.

To configure Post's Neighborhood Zones, navigate to Radio > Neighborhoods.

The Radio Neighborhood Zones page includes the Name of the zone, the Post the zone belongs to, the PIN colors, and number of Repeaters and Radios included in the zone.


To create a new Neighborhood, Administrators can click the Create New button at the top, right of the Neighborhoods page.

Assign the Neighborhood a Name, add Post Filters, and give it a distinct Color. 

When the Neighborhood is saved, it will display on the Neighborhoods page.  



The Repeaters section of the radio module displays where the various Repeaters are located along with each Repeater’s Name, Neighborhood, Address, and Coordinates

Administrators can edit and delete Repeaters from the Repeaters page at any time.

To configure Post's Repeaters, navigate to Radio > Repeaters.



This page displays the list of Repeaters and the information associated with each Repeater.

To edit a Repeater's information, click the Edit icon and make the necessary changes, remembering to click SAVE CHANGES.

To create a new Repeater(s), click the + Create New button at the top, right of the Radio Repeaters page.

Assign the Repeater a Name, Address, Neighborhood, and Coordinates.  When the Coordinates are entered, the map view displays the location of the Repeater.  When the Repeater is saved, it will then display on the Radio Repeaters page and also on the map.



Groups are a way that Post can identify specific clusters of radios to be included in Radio Checks.  For example, radios can be grouped by a specific Sections, buildings, etc.  The Groups page includes the Name, Description, and whether the group has a Radio Check or not

Administrators can edit and delete groups from the Groups page.

To configure Post's Groups, navigate to Radio > Groups.


To create new Groups, click the Create New button at the top, right of the Groups page. 

Next, assign the Group a Name, Description, and whether or not the group is exempt from radio checks (exempt groups will not be required to submit a radio check if included in radio check schedules).

When the Group is saved, it will then display on the Radio Groups page and radios can now be assigned to the Group.



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