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Re: Help install DVSwitch in server Debian 8 64 bits for error.

francois xavier. humetz <francoisxavier.humetz@...>
 

Bonjours je recherche un coup de mains pour installer dvswitch  sur mon telephone  portable .jai TeamViewer  pour le faire ..cordialement


Re: Overdriven P25 audio

Bill N2WNS
 

Seems to have done it. Thanks!


Re: Overdriven P25 audio

Steve N4IRS
 

I would try turning down the audio coming out of the DMR Analog_Bridge in the [USRP] stanza:
usrpGain = 1.10 
Change it to 1/2
usrpGain = .60

retest.

On 3/3/20 6:10 PM, Bill N2WNS wrote:
Looking for the best audio settings for a DMR<->P25 implementation. It's being reported on the P25 side the audio sounds overdriven. DMR sounds fine. Settings are all defaulted.


Overdriven P25 audio

Bill N2WNS
 

Looking for the best audio settings for a DMR<->P25 implementation. It's being reported on the P25 side the audio sounds overdriven. DMR sounds fine. Settings are all defaulted.


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

Weller Rudolf
 

Hello David,

that's a very interesting idea. I tried private nodes twice now, but it doesn't really work. I think my rtp.conf has the wrong configurations for nodes 1999 & 1998.

DMR to analog seems to work. When I press the PTT on the DMR device, I can hear the CW output and an acknowledgement sound from the same device, but no sound whatsoever from the FM device. No red LED signal on the UriX either... When I press the PTT on the FM device instead, nothing happens at all, and DTMF sounds aren't recognized either.

When I enter "rpt cmd 1998 cop 4 1998" directly into the Asterisk-shell, I can hear the sound from the DMR device and - with 1999 - also in the FM device. So the UriX seems to work. The startmacro in my rpt.conf is *31998.

When I enter "rpt cmd 1998 ilink 3 1999" into the Asterisk-shell, I can speak from DMR to FM, not the other way round though.

When I enter "rpt cmd 1999 ilink 3 1998" into the Asterisk-shell, neither DMR nor FM work. All I hear is a rogerbeep in the DMR device.

Maybe someone can help, cuz I'm at my wit's end.

1999 - UriX
1998 - USRP
Raspberry Pi 3 B+
Allstarimage von DVSwitch.org
 
73 and take care
Rudolf


Re: MMDVM cron jobs for reflectors

Steve N4IRS
 

dvswitch.sh tune REF001CL

On 3/3/2020 9:45 AM, Mike, AA9VI via Groups.Io wrote:
Agreed, Steve, but what is the syntax for the commands?

Mike


Re: MMDVM cron jobs for reflectors

Mike, AA9VI
 

Agreed, Steve, but what is the syntax for the commands?

Mike


Re: MMDVM cron jobs for reflectors

Steve N4IRS
 

Just write a script to do what you want, test it and drop it into /etc/cron.daily. Make sure the script does not have a extension (.sh)

Steve N4IRS

On 3/2/2020 2:45 PM, Mike, AA9VI via Groups.Io wrote:
Is it possible to write a cron job to automate MMDVM DStar reflector switching at specific dates/times?  What is the syntax?

Mike, AA9VI


MMDVM cron jobs for reflectors

Mike, AA9VI
 

Is it possible to write a cron job to automate MMDVM DStar reflector switching at specific dates/times?  What is the syntax?

Mike, AA9VI


Re: Arming time for MMDVM/Analog Bridge DMR-DStar transcoding

Curt Hart
 

Mike,

    I can easily help you, but this isn't really the proper place for this post. Contact me off list or give me a call..

73,
Curtis - N9INK

On Monday, March 2, 2020, 8:47:49 AM CST, Mike, AA9VI via Groups.Io <mjswiatk@...> wrote:


Is there a way to decrease the arming time on the transcoding?  I am transcoding DMR to DStar and I noticed that some packets from DMR are not getting transcoded to DStar and vice-versa.  There is a delay in there.  Is there a way to decrease that delay?

If you are deliberate about keying up and waiting a second or so to speak I usually don't see the problem.

Mike, AA9VI


Arming time for MMDVM/Analog Bridge DMR-DStar transcoding

Mike, AA9VI
 

Is there a way to decrease the arming time on the transcoding?  I am transcoding DMR to DStar and I noticed that some packets from DMR are not getting transcoded to DStar and vice-versa.  There is a delay in there.  Is there a way to decrease that delay?

If you are deliberate about keying up and waiting a second or so to speak I usually don't see the problem.

Mike, AA9VI


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

David Martin
 

Hi Rudolf, Mike, 
I would suggest ASL with two 'private' nodes say 1999 & 1998 one connects to the URI the other USRP (Analog_Bridge).
Connect 1999 & 1998 at startup in asterisk. 
There is no ASL involvement the only permanent link will be to DMR through MMDVM_Bridge.

Just a thought or two
David Martin VK3KQT


On Sun, Mar 1, 2020, 20:47 Weller Rudolf <t4.vw-bus@...> wrote:
Hey Mike,

I didn't necessarily wanna set up an ASL node. Are there other options? I was hoping to get a connection simply via MMDVM and Analog_Bridge, without an extra node. My problem with an ASL node is that it keeps a permanent connection, and I just wanna transmit to a talk group when analog FM is spoken. Kinda like a real radio device.

A COR signal is no problem, I have a Motorola GM360 connected to the URIx Interface

Thanks for the help
73 Rudolf


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

Mike KB8JNM
 

Well, your only looking for ideas. Stick around for everyone to read and comment.
I would imagine you might also be able to pipe from a sound fob to the usrp.
Never done it, but I think it would be worth exploring.


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

Weller Rudolf
 

Hi Mike,
 
thanks for all your informations. I think i will get ahead. A great forum, by the way ... thanks to everyone!

73 Rudolf


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

Mike KB8JNM
 

Well, the USRP interface is a A/D D/A bridge. Plugs right in to your mmdvm. But it's not really a A/D D/A converter since the format is all digital but one side is sourced from analog. It's really just a D/D format converter. In asl, the sound fob converts A/D. I have not 'seen' anything to the contrary but it may exist.

And the 'easiest' way to manipulate that is using asl. But you could bypass that. But I would be no help, except as I said in the first msg, a rtl-sdr may be what you want in place of your reciever. I know there are some doc's out there, however, I can't point to them. Google would help.

rtl-sdr --> usrp  --> mmdvm

On 3/1/2020 4:47 AM, Weller Rudolf wrote:
Hey Mike,

I didn't necessarily wanna set up an ASL node. Are there other options? I was hoping to get a connection simply via MMDVM and Analog_Bridge, without an extra node. My problem with an ASL node is that it keeps a permanent connection, and I just wanna transmit to a talk group when analog FM is spoken. Kinda like a real radio device.

A COR signal is no problem, I have a Motorola GM360 connected to the URIx Interface

Thanks for the help
73 Rudolf


Re: FM Repeater to DMR Talkgroup? #best_practices

Weller Rudolf
 

Hey Mike,

I didn't necessarily wanna set up an ASL node. Are there other options? I was hoping to get a connection simply via MMDVM and Analog_Bridge, without an extra node. My problem with an ASL node is that it keeps a permanent connection, and I just wanna transmit to a talk group when analog FM is spoken. Kinda like a real radio device.

A COR signal is no problem, I have a Motorola GM360 connected to the URIx Interface

Thanks for the help
73 Rudolf


Re: Package 'chkconfig' has no installation candidate

ken@...
 

I did that on the script I have, it appears that all worked well until I got snagged at PHP, So I uncommented php7 and php and commented the one that was there. It worked.

Thank you for your help.


Re: Package 'chkconfig' has no installation candidate

Steve N4IRS
 

script updated

On 2/29/20 6:46 PM, ken@... wrote:
This is Debian 9.5 on amazon light sail.

Also, I looked over the script, I found that one of the initial apt-get install lines does include chkconfig


Re: Package 'chkconfig' has no installation candidate

Steve N4IRS
 

I'm going to comment it out. I don't see any reason for it. Must be a leftover. Works with Raspbian but I don't think it's used anywhere.

On 2/29/20 6:46 PM, ken@... wrote:
This is Debian 9.5 on amazon light sail.

Also, I looked over the script, I found that one of the initial apt-get install lines does include chkconfig


Re: Package 'chkconfig' has no installation candidate

Steve N4IRS
 

I stand corrected. It does. Hmmm

On 2/29/20 6:46 PM, ken@... wrote:
This is Debian 9.5 on amazon light sail.

Also, I looked over the script, I found that one of the initial apt-get install lines does include chkconfig

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