Sure, but I'm currently going through two of them to get from Allstar to DStar.
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I'm just wondering if there's a way to drop one of them out and still maintain metadata. I could directly connect A_B and MMDVM_Bridge to the XLX reflector and only direct DStar traffic to the module, and audio between DStar and the other digital modes should be about the same as it is now, but audio from Allstar to DStar has one less generation of vocoding, but then I lose metadata between the digital modes. At least, this is how I understand it.
On 11/25/2020 6:55 PM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Either way, you have to go through a vocoder to go from analog to D-Star Same for P25, you still have to go through a vocoder.
On 11/25/20 6:28 PM, Patrick Perdue wrote:
I have a system that incorporates ASL, XLX, HBLink and DVSwitch. I'm toying with the idea of adding P25.
Currently, DStar is handled by XLX and a pair of transcoders connected to the XLX reflector, not DVSwitch. I would like to connect ASL directly to the XLX reflector in DStar mode, so that the audio to and from DStar to ASL is not transcoded through AMBE, but still pass metadata to DStar from the other digital modes. Is this at all possible? Similar question in regards to P25.
Basically, I want to do the least amount of transcoding possible to and from analog, while maintaining the greatest compatibility across digital modes. What I have now works, but I'd love to get rid of that extra layer of transcoding between analog and DStar without sacrificing metadata.