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This paper describes a Radio over IP network application that links several radio stations using the IP network. Nowadays companies are demanding much more interoperability than simple unit to unit radio communications. Having broad areas private communications between push to talk (PTT) devices spread along the country is a big advantage for several types of companies, such as security, mining and oil ones. Radio over Internet Protocol (ROIP) can integrate PTT base stations expanding the traditionally limited radio networks to other companie's sites located geographically separated. In order to implement this communication a i.MX53 based board was designed and had Android ported to it and an application developed to control the Radio communications.