Check your power supply it needs to be 2 amps or greater.
Also Pi do not like the heat. Use cooling fan and
I have Analog_Bridge and MMDVM_Bridge running on a
Debian Stretch VPS.
Analog_Bridge is connected to a remote DV3000 dongle
hosted on a
Raspberry Pi at my house. Pings between my house and
server average 3 ms, with higher spikes. The worst I
see is 19 ms, but
that's not at all typical.
Sometimes, after Analog_Bridge has been running for
some time, traffic
appears to stop bridging. There is no activity in
the log indicating
that it is receiving or transmitting between
MMDVM_Bridge and USRP. It
just stops, requiring a restart of A_B, which makes
everything work again.
Sometimes, it can run like this for a day or two.
Other times, it can
fall over in less than an hour.
I haven't figured out a pattern in the logs. At
first, I thought it
might be short keys from Allstar, but it often just
drops in the middle
of transmission, and it doesn't seem to matter what
side of the bridge
is transmitting at the time. I have tried running it
in the console and
as a daemon with the same result. Note: I'm using
the version of
Analog_Bridge from the repository. Is this a known,
fixed issue in the
latest build from github?
This didn't happen when I was using the md380-emu
vocoder, as far as I
can remember. I had Analog_Bridge running solidly
with no restarts for a
For a while, I had Analog_Bridge restart four times
a day on a Cron, but
that wasn't ideal, as it would sometimes break QSOs,
and often, it fell
over between restarts, leaving large gaps of time
when the bridge didn't
work if I didn't happen to be around. I haven't yet
implemented a macro
so anyone can restart the bridge.
Has anyone else experienced this while using a
DV3000? Would it be safer to run DVSwitch and the
DV3000 locally, and
have it connect to USRP across the internet rather
Analog_Bridge connect to my DV3000 that way?