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T.Bridge configuration

Once the radio is connected to the computer running T.Bridge, modify provider-specific data in the configuration file.

"ProviderDriver": "4wire",
"ProviderConfig": {
    "RootChannelName": "4wire",
    "RadioUserName": "4wire",
    "InputDeviceID": "{0.0.1.00000000}.{ff9f22ff-5d6d-42bc-8859-35e9a1de8d28}",
    "OutputDeviceID": "{0.0.0.00000000}.{423b8ca3-e46a-4712-9c7c-0014993e5ff6}",
    "VADProbStart": 80,
    "VADProbContinue": 60,
    "UseRelay": false,
    "RelayChannel": 0,
    "RelayInvertSwitch": false,
}
Parameter Required Description
ProviderDriver Yes Must be 4wire.
RootChannelName No The channel name for the bridged radio. This channel will appear in TASSTA network when T.Bridge is running.
If omitted, the base channel will be named "4wire".
Note: This value is only used if T.Bridge is integrated with TASSTA network as a virtual channel.
RadioUserName No The user name for the bridged radio. This user will appear in TASSTA network when T.Bridge is running.
If omitted, the user name will be "4wire".
Note: This value is only used if T.Bridge is integrated with TASSTA network as a virtual channel.
InputDeviceID Yes The unique identifier of the recording device on the computer running T.Bridge, to which the radio is connected. See Audio input device for details.
OutputDeviceID Yes The unique identifier of the playback device on the computer running T.Bridge, to which the radio is connected. See Audio output device for details.
VADProbStart No The probability for distinguishing silence from voice, based on the sound volume threshold. Ranges from 0 to 100, default is 80.
See Configuring voice activity detection for details.
VADProbContinue No The probability for distinguishing silence from voice, based on the sound volume threshold. Ranges from 0 to 100, default is 60.
See Configuring voice activity detection for details.
UseRelay No Set to true if T.Brother is connected to Deditec USB relay module. Otherwise, use false.
If omitted, the relay is not used (even if the hardware is connected).
RelayChannel No Relay channel ID.
Only applicable if UseRelay is set to true.
RelayInvertSwitch No
  • 0 - default behavior;
  • 1 - invert the answer to relay signal.
Only applicable if UseRelay is set to true.

Audio input device

InputDeviceID is the unique identifier of the audio device (audio-in jack) which receives sound from the radio. If you are using the default recording device, provide the empty string ("").

If you want to use an alternative device, provide its ID:

  1. Open Sound from Windows Control Panel.
  2. Switch to Recording tab.
  3. Double-click the device to which you have connected the analog audio output from the radio (3.5mm audio jack).
  4. Click Properties button.
  5. Switch to Details tab.
  6. Select Children from Property list.
  7. Right-click the value which contains {0.0.1.00000000}. and click Copy in the context menu.
  8. Paste the value in InputDeviceID property and remove the part before the first curly brace ({).

Audio output device

OutputDeviceID is the unique identifier of the audio device (audio-out jack) which transmits sound from TASSTA network to the radio. If you are using the default playback device, provide the empty string ("").

If you want to use an alternative device, provide its ID:

  1. Open Sound from Windows Control Panel.
  2. Switch to Playback tab.
  3. Double-click the device to which you have connected the analog audio input from the radio (3.5mm audio jack).
  4. Click Properties button.
  5. Switch to Details tab.
  6. Select Children from Property list.
  7. Right-click the value which contains {0.0.0.00000000}. and click Copy in the context menu.
  8. Paste the value in OutputDeviceID property and remove the part before the first curly brace ({).