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Re: question on the PTT button on the new dv switch mobile

Jed Barton
 

ah so I need to purchase the full version. How much is the full version?

Cheers,

Jed

On 8/2/22, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...> wrote:
Jed,
There are currently two versions.
The first is the production version that is version 1.61 (147) That
version does not have any of the AllStar enhancements. Purchasing the
app allows you to save your settings.
The second version is the beta test version that is 2.0.0 (160) That
version has the AllStar enhancements. If you purchased the production
version, then the beta will also be the full version.

If you have the full version, change the keycode on the config tab. Go
to the dialer screen before you exit. Now reenter the app, did your
keycode stick?

Steve N4IRS

On 8/2/22 20:37, Jed Barton wrote:
ah, that might be the problem. I didn't realize you could buy it. I
take it the full version doesn't have all the web tranceive and all
that, right, it's still in beta I think.

On 8/2/22, Patrick Perdue <borrisinabox@...> wrote:
Jed:

Did you buy DVSwitch? I think that setting, and some others, are only
saved if you have the full version.


On 8/1/2022 8:38 PM, Jed Barton wrote:
Hey guys, Hope everyone is doing well. So I had a question, and it's
driving me nuts. In the new dvswitch mobile, I use a device with an
external PTT button, it's a hardware button on the screen. In
dvswitch, there is an option to change the code. I change it, and it
works just fine. I change the code to 301. Here's my problem. After
using it, and when I exit the application, it diverts back to 230.
This is a huge problem. Is there any way to change this, so it saves
your value? It's super annoying to have to change it every time. Any
thoughts?

Cheers,

Jed















Re: question on the PTT button on the new dv switch mobile

Steve N4IRS
 

Jed,
There are currently two versions.
The first is the production version that is version 1.61 (147) That version does not have any of the AllStar enhancements. Purchasing the app allows you to save your settings.
The second version is the beta test version that is 2.0.0 (160) That version has the AllStar enhancements. If you purchased the production version, then the beta will also be the full version.

If you have the full version, change the keycode on the config tab. Go to the dialer screen before you exit. Now reenter the app, did your keycode stick?

Steve N4IRS

On 8/2/22 20:37, Jed Barton wrote:
ah, that might be the problem. I didn't realize you could buy it. I
take it the full version doesn't have all the web tranceive and all
that, right, it's still in beta I think.

On 8/2/22, Patrick Perdue <borrisinabox@...> wrote:
Jed:

Did you buy DVSwitch? I think that setting, and some others, are only
saved if you have the full version.


On 8/1/2022 8:38 PM, Jed Barton wrote:
Hey guys, Hope everyone is doing well. So I had a question, and it's
driving me nuts. In the new dvswitch mobile, I use a device with an
external PTT button, it's a hardware button on the screen. In
dvswitch, there is an option to change the code. I change it, and it
works just fine. I change the code to 301. Here's my problem. After
using it, and when I exit the application, it diverts back to 230.
This is a huge problem. Is there any way to change this, so it saves
your value? It's super annoying to have to change it every time. Any
thoughts?

Cheers,

Jed









Re: question on the PTT button on the new dv switch mobile

Jed Barton
 

ah, that might be the problem. I didn't realize you could buy it. I
take it the full version doesn't have all the web tranceive and all
that, right, it's still in beta I think.

On 8/2/22, Patrick Perdue <borrisinabox@...> wrote:
Jed:

Did you buy DVSwitch? I think that setting, and some others, are only
saved if you have the full version.


On 8/1/2022 8:38 PM, Jed Barton wrote:
Hey guys, Hope everyone is doing well. So I had a question, and it's
driving me nuts. In the new dvswitch mobile, I use a device with an
external PTT button, it's a hardware button on the screen. In
dvswitch, there is an option to change the code. I change it, and it
works just fine. I change the code to 301. Here's my problem. After
using it, and when I exit the application, it diverts back to 230.
This is a huge problem. Is there any way to change this, so it saves
your value? It's super annoying to have to change it every time. Any
thoughts?

Cheers,

Jed









Re: Error on Compiling Firmware for MMDVM STM32-DVM

Steve N4IRS
 

Jeff,
Those instructions are dated. I will correct them.
Here is a link to the current V2 firmware for the V3 board. <http://dvswitch.org/files/HAM/MMDVM/Version_3_Firmware/MMDVMV2/Repeater-Builder_V3.bin>

Steve N4IRS

On 8/2/2022 11:05 AM, Jeff - WA3PNY wrote:
Not sure this message is at the right group?  I am trying to compile firmware for a Repeater-Builder DVM - black board (ver 4), using the FAQ in Repeater-Builder.   It referred me to https://github.com/N4IRS/MMDVM-Install/tree/master/STM32-DVM.  I have followed the README.md and I think I have it all in place.  I have not knowingly modified any of the files.  Here is the error that I am getting:
root@pi-star(rw):MMDVM# make -f Makefile.CMSIS
arm-none-eabi-g++ -MMD -mthumb -mlittle-endian -mcpu=cortex-m3 -Wall -I. -ISTM32F10X_Lib/CMSIS/Include -ISTM32F10X_Lib/CMSIS/Device/ST/STM32F1xx/Include -Isystem_stm32f1xx  -DSTM32F105xC -DMADEBYMAKEFILE -DSTM32F1 -Os -flto -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -g  -nostdlib -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti -c IOSTM.cpp -o obj/IOSTM.o
In file included from IOSTM.cpp:23:0:
Globals.h:27:10: fatal error: stm32f1xx.h: No such file or directory
 #include "stm32f1xx.h"
          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.
make: *** [Makefile.CMSIS:129: obj/IOSTM.o] Error 1

Any thoughts?  I am trying to get a firmware load to service M17.  Thanks in Advance, Jeff WA3PNY


Error on Compiling Firmware for MMDVM STM32-DVM

Jeff - WA3PNY
 

Not sure this message is at the right group?  I am trying to compile firmware for a Repeater-Builder DVM - black board (ver 4), using the FAQ in Repeater-Builder.   It referred me to https://github.com/N4IRS/MMDVM-Install/tree/master/STM32-DVM.  I have followed the README.md and I think I have it all in place.  I have not knowingly modified any of the files.  Here is the error that I am getting:
root@pi-star(rw):MMDVM# make -f Makefile.CMSIS
arm-none-eabi-g++ -MMD -mthumb -mlittle-endian -mcpu=cortex-m3 -Wall -I. -ISTM32F10X_Lib/CMSIS/Include -ISTM32F10X_Lib/CMSIS/Device/ST/STM32F1xx/Include -Isystem_stm32f1xx  -DSTM32F105xC -DMADEBYMAKEFILE -DSTM32F1 -Os -flto -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -g  -nostdlib -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti -c IOSTM.cpp -o obj/IOSTM.o
In file included from IOSTM.cpp:23:0:
Globals.h:27:10: fatal error: stm32f1xx.h: No such file or directory
 #include "stm32f1xx.h"
          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.
make: *** [Makefile.CMSIS:129: obj/IOSTM.o] Error 1

Any thoughts?  I am trying to get a firmware load to service M17.  Thanks in Advance, Jeff WA3PNY


Re: question on the PTT button on the new dv switch mobile

Patrick Perdue
 

Jed:

Did you buy DVSwitch? I think that setting, and some others, are only saved if you have the full version.

On 8/1/2022 8:38 PM, Jed Barton wrote:
Hey guys, Hope everyone is doing well. So I had a question, and it's
driving me nuts. In the new dvswitch mobile, I use a device with an
external PTT button, it's a hardware button on the screen. In
dvswitch, there is an option to change the code. I change it, and it
works just fine. I change the code to 301. Here's my problem. After
using it, and when I exit the application, it diverts back to 230.
This is a huge problem. Is there any way to change this, so it saves
your value? It's super annoying to have to change it every time. Any
thoughts?

Cheers,

Jed




question on the PTT button on the new dv switch mobile

Jed Barton
 

Hey guys, Hope everyone is doing well. So I had a question, and it's
driving me nuts. In the new dvswitch mobile, I use a device with an
external PTT button, it's a hardware button on the screen. In
dvswitch, there is an option to change the code. I change it, and it
works just fine. I change the code to 301. Here's my problem. After
using it, and when I exit the application, it diverts back to 230.
This is a huge problem. Is there any way to change this, so it saves
your value? It's super annoying to have to change it every time. Any
thoughts?

Cheers,

Jed


P25-HBlink3

Bob kc2cwt
 

I have a P25 Relfector up and running . 
Do you need P25Gateway or 
will MMDVM_Bridge/DvSwitch connect dir 
And i did read some thing about Analog Bridge 


KC2CWT
Bob Schneider 
(914)497-5502
Carmel NY 10512


Re: ASL to DMR

Steve N4IRS
 

You need root privileges.
sudo -s
Now run asterisk

On 7/26/2022 2:32 PM, f1manoy via groups.io wrote:
Hi Steve, i did manage to install the on rpi4 but seems there is something on asl. please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks in advance






Re: ASL to DMR

f1manoy@...
 

Hi Steve, i did manage to install the on rpi4 but seems there is something on asl. please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks in advance





Re: [Question] OrangePI Zero 2: how to install DVSwitch Server #best_practices

Claudio Leiva
 

Thank You Steve, I've installed it to my Raspberry Pi Zero 2W and it works beautifully.


Re: MMDVM with Motorola R1225 Repeater (DMR) #mmdvm_bridge

Greg Powell
 

I have one of those on the air and another for a project. On the one running, I use "Repeater with external controller"


Re: MMDVM with Motorola R1225 Repeater (DMR) #mmdvm_bridge

James Allen
 

Hello,

I run two GR1225 repeaters using the MMDVM modems supporting both DMR and P25.  
To address your deviation question, yes, set the channel deviation to 12.5 KHz.

I have older versions of the STM/MMVM boards, setting the deviation on those was a bit more complex, if you have the newer version, I believe version 4 or newer, Steve and team made the process much easier.  Follow the instructions on their site.

Good Luck
73
W4JEA
--
73

Jim Allen
KB4OVL


MMDVM with Motorola R1225 Repeater (DMR) #mmdvm_bridge

Jim Kusznir
 

Hi all:

I acquired a Motorola GR1225 repeater that was pre-configured with a pi-star/STM32-DVM setup for DMR.  Unfortunately, the programming all needed to be changed, as I'm installing this as a "real" repeater (coordinated, public, etc).

The original programming was set up with the repeater in "dual use" mode -- analog or digital repeating, pretty much to this spec:
http://www.repeater-builder.com/products/DVM_pdfs/R1225_connection_notes.pdf

However, I do NOT want analog repeating to work, AND I was assigned a coordinated channel from the 12.5khz spaced channel space.  So, I have two questions:

1) Should I be running this as 12.5khz instead of the 20/25/30khz?  (in fact, is that "channel spacing" the programing setting that sets 12.5khz instead of 25khz deviation)?
2) should the mode remain "Uni-Directional Repeater" or something else (perhaps Base Station or Repeater w/ Ext Controller?)

I am currently having issues with performance on dmr radios decoding transmissions; I am currently suspecting its tx deviation, but I lack a service monitor.  But the question of 12.5khz vs 25khz is really bugging me; it seems that as DMR is 12.5khz, I should have it set to a 12.5kHz channel instead of a 25kHz one (although I don't have the tools to see what is actually coming out of the radio RF-wise).

Thanks for your help!


Re: Analog to DMR missed transmissions

nh6bf
 

The ClearNode that was doing the linking didn't have much in the logs... but mine did, and it was on echolink at the time.  The KE5SQC in the log towards the bottom was a drop out, but... what is the "KB3NUN to TG 3142"???


Re: Analog to DMR missed transmissions

Brad N8PC
 

If he is having audio drop outs from either Analog to digital or digital to analog he needs to reboot his internet. I had it happen to me the other day after a storm. also he needs to check his addressing in his router to make sure it points to his repeater especially if he is only getting 1/2 the conversation( ex: digital to analog). 

On 7/22/2022 12:33 PM, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Mike,
We discussed this and I don't see a way for the transmission to be lost. That being said, the next step is to capture the section of the logs when this happens.
We need to get the same time frame from the AB and MB logs. The AB log is in /var/log/dvswitch. The MB log is in /var/log/mmdvm

Steve N4IRS


Re: Is Web Transceiver still supported?

Steve N4IRS
 

Transceive is a very nice program for the Apple Mac ONLY. The next release of DVSwitch Mobile will connect to a AllStar node either as a phone connection (legacy)  or in Web Tranceiver mode, or as a node (Node mode) In this mode DVSwitch Mobile is using a node number issued by AllStarLink.org.

On 7/22/22 12:29, d_wilkinson9 via groups.io wrote:
you can get a program called transceive   from play store  it works on Allstar network https://transceive.app/help/


Re: Is Web Transceiver still supported?

d_wilkinson9@...
 

you can get a program called transceive   from play store  it works on Allstar network https://transceive.app/help/


Re: Analog to DMR missed transmissions

Steve N4IRS
 

Mike,
We discussed this and I don't see a way for the transmission to be lost. That being said, the next step is to capture the section of the logs when this happens.
We need to get the same time frame from the AB and MB logs. The AB log is in /var/log/dvswitch. The MB log is in /var/log/mmdvm

Steve N4IRS


Re: Analog to DMR missed transmissions

 

What courtesy tone? :D  Digital doesn't have them (at meaningful delays after the traffic stops). :( 

On 22/7/22 10:42 am, Steve N4IRS wrote:
Anyone remember wait for the courtesy tone....

On 7/21/22 18:44, Tony Langdon wrote:
I rarely use BM these days.  Most often on FreeDMR or VK-DMR(DMR+), where I haven't seen too many issues, but quickly keying up can caused a missed over.

I also discovered my main hotspot (a 2+ year old cheap Chinese duplex hat) is prone to dropping out on DMR in the middle of an over when I transmit (works perfectly on other modes or while receiving remote DMR transmissions over the network), regardless of network.  I use my repeater (also MMDVM based) for DMR, as that's much more reliable.

Just another data point.

On 22/7/22 12:44 am, nh6bf via groups.io wrote:

Waiting "3-5 seconds after a transmission ends before you key up. Closer to 5." is not effective communications.  And... a lot of older people forget what they are saying in that enormous amount of time!!!  What we are discussing are "dropouts," signal is there and then it disappears. So, probably not a reset issue, but something is causing the signal to be lost AFTER it has been on the network... The Allstar networks don't do it, even close to what DMR does, and D-star doesn't do it as much either. But...dropouts are a BIG PROBLEM!  Having "faith" in a system is nice, but not helpful.  Keeps a blind eye on the problem.
      I have been on DMR/BM for years...  didn't do it before as much.  Now, I listen, not talk, because of the dropouts.  
 
    


-- 
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com


-- 
73 de Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
http://vkradio.com

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