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autogain

Patrick Perdue
 

Hi all:

For the entire time I've been using DVSwitch, I've had usrpAudio=AUDIO_USE_Gain on Analog_Bridge. I'd like to use AGC, as dynamic range from DMR can be quite wide, but I find the attack and release to be way too fast, yielding a very crunchy effect, even with moderately hot DMR audio. Decreasing the gain just turns down the output. The input is still just as squished, just quieter. I like the idea, just want a smoother implementation of it. I think increasing the release time a little, and perhaps raising the threshold slightly would improve things, but I don't see a way to do this. Is this possible at all with the algorithm currently being used? If so, could this be added as a set of user adjustable parameter in Analog_Bridge?

Thanks and 73

de

KE4DYI


Re: allstar asterisk Help please

Ken KE2N
 

phil - you did not say how you got to where you are, but this looks like a typical missing dahdi module problem.

If it is a new install of the existing ASL image you may just need to compile dahdi from the directory where the source is.

If you have done an update to the OS and did not "pin headers" then you need to follow the readme that covers that topic.   


allstar asterisk Help please

Phil
 

Hi Having some issues with my setup see can anyone help.  Reading Master Configuration ]
[ Initializing Custom Configuration Options ]
[Apr 12 17:31:34] NOTICE[1172]: dnsmgr.c:394 do_reload: Managed DNS entries will be refreshed every 300 seconds.
[Apr 12 17:31:34] NOTICE[1172]: cdr.c:1416 do_reload: CDR simple logging enabled.
[Apr 12 17:31:34] NOTICE[1172]: loader.c:874 load_modules: 56 modules will be loaded.
..............[Apr 12 17:31:34] WARNING[1172]: chan_iax2.c:12750 load_module: Unable to open IAX timing interface: No such file or directory
.......................................... ]
Asterisk Ready.
*CLI> [Apr 12 17:31:35] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22184 rpt_master: Normal Repeater Init  51178
[Apr 12 17:31:35] WARNING[1193]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:35] ERROR[1193]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:35] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:35] WARNING[1194]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:35] ERROR[1194]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:37] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22228 rpt_master: RPT thread restarted on 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:37] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:37] WARNING[1195]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:37] ERROR[1195]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:39] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22228 rpt_master: RPT thread restarted on 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:39] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:39] WARNING[1196]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:39] ERROR[1196]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:41] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22228 rpt_master: RPT thread restarted on 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:41] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:41] WARNING[1197]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:41] ERROR[1197]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:43] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22228 rpt_master: RPT thread restarted on 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:43] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:43] WARNING[1198]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:43] ERROR[1198]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:45] NOTICE[1178]: app_rpt.c:22228 rpt_master: RPT thread restarted on 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:45] WARNING[1178]: app_rpt.c:22240 rpt_master: rpt_thread restarted on node 51178
[Apr 12 17:31:45] WARNING[1202]: chan_dahdi.c:928 dahdi_open: Unable to open '/dev/dahdi/pseudo': No such file or directory
[Apr 12 17:31:45] ERROR[1202]: chan_dahdi.c:7906 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such file or directory
rpt:Sorry unable to obtain pseudo channel
[Apr 12 17:31:47] ERROR[1178]: app_rpt.c:22223 rpt_master: Continual RPT thread restarts, killing Asterisk
root@DVNZ:/etc/asterisk#


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Steve N4IRS
 

There is only one P25Gateway

On 4/10/20 8:18 PM, Kevin N9OIG wrote:
Is this updated for quantar bridge also?


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Kevin N9OIG
 

Is this updated for quantar bridge also?


Re: Dvswitch server

Phil
 

Thank you :)


Re: Dvswitch server

Raul cruz <rcw3023@...>
 

Did you try typing  sudo fiist

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From: main@DVSwitch.groups.io <main@DVSwitch.groups.io> on behalf of Henrik Hansen via groups.io <hhansen06@...>
Sent: Friday, April 10, 2020 5:41:39 AM
To: main@dvswitch.groups.io <main@dvswitch.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Dvswitch server
 
apt Install asterisk :) 

Phil <Zl2ro@...> schrieb am Fr., 10. Apr. 2020, 11:40:
Hi all i'm very new to this I have installed dvswitch on a Virtual box running Debian 10
Now for so reason I,m trying to  setup the ASL to DMR bridge however when go to  /etc/root@debian:/etc# cd /etc/asterisk
bash: cd: /etc/asterisk: No such file or directory  

can someone please help :)


Re: Dvswitch server

Henrik Hansen
 

apt Install asterisk :) 

Phil <Zl2ro@...> schrieb am Fr., 10. Apr. 2020, 11:40:

Hi all i'm very new to this I have installed dvswitch on a Virtual box running Debian 10
Now for so reason I,m trying to  setup the ASL to DMR bridge however when go to  /etc/root@debian:/etc# cd /etc/asterisk
bash: cd: /etc/asterisk: No such file or directory  

can someone please help :)


Dvswitch server

Phil
 

Hi all i'm very new to this I have installed dvswitch on a Virtual box running Debian 10
Now for so reason I,m trying to  setup the ASL to DMR bridge however when go to  /etc/root@debian:/etc# cd /etc/asterisk
bash: cd: /etc/asterisk: No such file or directory  

can someone please help :)


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Steve N4IRS
 

The updated version of P25Gateway is in Github. Make sure you get the Audio subdirectory also. You can not change the voice messages in this one either. The difference is in the new version the announcement is the TG numbers only. No more "North America" The old version had the words built into the code and could be changed IF you had the tools. The first release Jonathan did had another phrase for disconnected, Mike and I submitted the change that produced "disconnected"

Steve N4IRS


On 4/9/20 5:54 PM, Lily W. wrote:
Tagging off of this... Steve mentioned a while back that an updated version of P25_Gateway was in the works. Was that ever released? I'm still running the old version that doesn't allow voice announcements to be changed. 


-------- Original message --------
From: Scott Evans <vk7hse@...>
Date: 4/9/20 4:42 PM (GMT-06:00)
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Talkgroup Announcement

You must be using an old version of P25 clients because the current version uses number sequence to announce the talkgroup. The system that originally used the location announcement was P25NX. The reason for the change to the number sequence was to allow for the P25 reflectors that weren't covered by the previous type.


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Lily W.
 

Tagging off of this... Steve mentioned a while back that an updated version of P25_Gateway was in the works. Was that ever released? I'm still running the old version that doesn't allow voice announcements to be changed. 


-------- Original message --------
From: Scott Evans <vk7hse@...>
Date: 4/9/20 4:42 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: main@DVSwitch.groups.io
Subject: Re: [DVSwitch] Talkgroup Announcement

You must be using an old version of P25 clients because the current version uses number sequence to announce the talkgroup. The system that originally used the location announcement was P25NX. The reason for the change to the number sequence was to allow for the P25 reflectors that weren't covered by the previous type.


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Scott Evans
 

You must be using an old version of P25 clients because the current version uses number sequence to announce the talkgroup. The system that originally used the location announcement was P25NX. The reason for the change to the number sequence was to allow for the P25 reflectors that weren't covered by the previous type.


Re: Port errors ASL to DMR

Steve N4IRS
 

yes

On 4/9/2020 2:50 PM, Sean Burton wrote:
So, I assume if I run systemctl stop MMDVM_Bridge first then run the checks I should see what else is connected to the port?


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Re: Port errors ASL to DMR

Sean Burton
 

So, I assume if I run systemctl stop MMDVM_Bridge first then run the checks I should see what else is connected to the port?


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Re: Port errors ASL to DMR

Steve N4IRS
 

That means MMDVM_Bridge is already running.

On 4/9/2020 2:40 PM, Sean Burton wrote:
I have done those tests and it says that mmdvm_bridge is connected.

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Re: Port errors ASL to DMR

Sean Burton
 

I have done those tests and it says that mmdvm_bridge is connected.

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Re: Port errors ASL to DMR

Steve N4IRS
 

Sean,
This happens when another program is listening to 31103. Here are the commands you want to run to find out what is listening on 31103:
As root (sudo -s)
netstat -unap | grep 31103
ps ax | grep MMDVM_Bridge

Run the 2 commands above BEFORE you try to start MMDVM_Bridge and report the results.

73, Steve N4IRS

On 4/9/2020 2:23 PM, Sean Burton wrote:
I have set up an ASL to DMR bridge but I can't get it to work due to an error where it tells me it cannot connect to port 31103. I've run the checks and I can't find anything else connected to that port. Any ideas, bearing in mind my limited capabilities with coding. TIA


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Port errors ASL to DMR

Sean Burton
 

I have set up an ASL to DMR bridge but I can't get it to work due to an error where it tells me it cannot connect to port 31103. I've run the checks and I can't find anything else connected to that port. Any ideas, bearing in mind my limited capabilities with coding. TIA


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Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Pete Fierro
 

I ran audacity to make my announcements on my analog repeater& the audio codec is ULAW..Never did it for digital

Pete
KD2ARB


On Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 11:51, Jeff Carrier
<k0jsc.jeff@...> wrote:
Yes, I have one standalone non published reflector that only runs the reflector software. 

We also have a reflector with the gateway software so that one should be easy as soon as I figure out how to configure the announcement.


Re: Talkgroup Announcement

Jeff Carrier
 

Yes, I have one standalone non published reflector that only runs the reflector software. 

We also have a reflector with the gateway software so that one should be easy as soon as I figure out how to configure the announcement.

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