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Re: ambeserver failing?

 

Are you using a NW Digital Radio ThumbDV™ or PiDV? (e.g. USB Connected or GPIO Connected)
Are you using Linux?

On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 2:56 AM andrew delgado via groups.io <andrew_12ph=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
How did you fix the DV3k! error?



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John D. Hays
Kingston, WA
K7VE

 

Re: ambeserver failing?

andrew delgado
 

How did you fix the DV3k! error?

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

 

That's not logical.  AMBEserver listens to one serial device and one UDP port transferring packets between clients and the AMBE-3000 chip.  Any talk groups, reflectors, etc. and the connection to those services are controlled by the client application.

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 10:36 PM andrew delgado via groups.io <andrew_12ph=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I did this already. See my 1st post on this thread i observe that it will receive both tgs on the each usb 1 and usb2 if they are both on dmr mode. 




On Friday, June 26, 2020, 1:00 PM, Patrick Perdue <patrick@...> wrote:

Yes, I just made another copy of the AMBEserver.ttyUSB0 service, called it AMBEserver.ttyUSB1.service, changed the appropriate command line in that file, enabled the service and started both.

On 6/26/2020 12:58 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Patrick ,

yes im using raspberrypi3 B , did you create the other instance? i  know where to change ports but the suggestion to create new instance.... i haven't tried it because i dont know how to do it.
i have no idea what are the folders need to be copied for me to create instance im using a compass image.


Regards,
andrew



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John D. Hays
Kingston, WA
K7VE

 

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

Patrick Perdue
 

I have not seen that behavior when running multiple AMBEservers on the same system. Did you change the UDP port in your client to 2461?


On 6/26/2020 1:35 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
I did this already. See my 1st post on this thread i observe that it will receive both tgs on the each usb 1 and usb2 if they are both on dmr mode. 




On Friday, June 26, 2020, 1:00 PM, Patrick Perdue <patrick@...> wrote:

Yes, I just made another copy of the AMBEserver.ttyUSB0 service, called it AMBEserver.ttyUSB1.service, changed the appropriate command line in that file, enabled the service and started both.

On 6/26/2020 12:58 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Patrick ,

yes im using raspberrypi3 B , did you create the other instance? i  know where to change ports but the suggestion to create new instance.... i haven't tried it because i dont know how to do it.
i have no idea what are the folders need to be copied for me to create instance im using a compass image.


Regards,
andrew

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

andrew delgado
 

I did this already. See my 1st post on this thread i observe that it will receive both tgs on the each usb 1 and usb2 if they are both on dmr mode. 




On Friday, June 26, 2020, 1:00 PM, Patrick Perdue <patrick@...> wrote:

Yes, I just made another copy of the AMBEserver.ttyUSB0 service, called it AMBEserver.ttyUSB1.service, changed the appropriate command line in that file, enabled the service and started both.

On 6/26/2020 12:58 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Patrick ,

yes im using raspberrypi3 B , did you create the other instance? i  know where to change ports but the suggestion to create new instance.... i haven't tried it because i dont know how to do it.
i have no idea what are the folders need to be copied for me to create instance im using a compass image.


Regards,
andrew

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

Patrick Perdue
 

Yes, I just made another copy of the AMBEserver.ttyUSB0 service, called it AMBEserver.ttyUSB1.service, changed the appropriate command line in that file, enabled the service and started both.

On 6/26/2020 12:58 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Patrick ,

yes im using raspberrypi3 B , did you create the other instance? i  know where to change ports but the suggestion to create new instance.... i haven't tried it because i dont know how to do it.
i have no idea what are the folders need to be copied for me to create instance im using a compass image.


Regards,
andrew

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

andrew delgado
 

Hi Patrick ,

yes im using raspberrypi3 B , did you create the other instance? i  know where to change ports but the suggestion to create new instance.... i haven't tried it because i dont know how to do it.
i have no idea what are the folders need to be copied for me to create instance im using a compass image.


Regards,
andrew

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

Patrick Perdue
 

I was not able to successfully run two ThumbDV sticks on a Raspberry Pi 4B using the 2x USB2 ports. However, this setup worked fine on a rPi 3B Plus. Basically, neither stick would work while another was plugged in. For both, I used Raspbian Buster.

I've had other odd USB problems with the rPi4 as well.


On 6/25/2020 12:55 PM, John D Hays - K7VE wrote:
AMBEserver is a rather trivial program, it is not strongly dependent on the underlying OS (Unix/Linux distributions) and you can run multiple instances simultaneously.  Just select a UDP port for the network side and a serial port for ThumbDV™ (or equivalent device).

This group is sponsored by NW Digital Radio to support the ThumbDV™.

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 9:35 AM Nomis Bayan Jr. <nolyn78@...> wrote:

HI Andrew,

I am sure we tested this situation on the compass. Currently I only have one DVStick30 on compass, but two DVStick30 on AMBEserver (git). Rick and I tested today and no interference, I was on TG31689 (2461 port ttyUSB1) and Rick is on TG5159 (2460 port ttyUSB0) with no problem.

On 6/25/2020 5:15 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Nomis,

I was able to test the two dvstick connected to a raspberrypi.
1. ttyUSB0 config file was set to 2460 service was start successfully.
2. ttyUSB1 config file was set to 2461 service was start successfully.

here are my observation.
if user one using USB0 and user two using USB1 and they are connected  at the same time.
when both are using DMR mode one is for example at TG 91 and the other one is on TG 515
both user will hear two talkgroups what ever comes first . which is not supposed to be.

Thanks and 73!
Andrew DV1ZEJ





--
John D. Hays
Kingston, WA
K7VE

 

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

andrew delgado
 

Hi John,

Thanks for your inputs. im using a compass image.... if i will create another instance on the same platform what are the folders should i copy or how would i do that?

Thanks and 73!
Andrew

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

 

AMBEserver is a rather trivial program, it is not strongly dependent on the underlying OS (Unix/Linux distributions) and you can run multiple instances simultaneously.  Just select a UDP port for the network side and a serial port for ThumbDV™ (or equivalent device).

This group is sponsored by NW Digital Radio to support the ThumbDV™.

On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 9:35 AM Nomis Bayan Jr. <nolyn78@...> wrote:

HI Andrew,

I am sure we tested this situation on the compass. Currently I only have one DVStick30 on compass, but two DVStick30 on AMBEserver (git). Rick and I tested today and no interference, I was on TG31689 (2461 port ttyUSB1) and Rick is on TG5159 (2460 port ttyUSB0) with no problem.

On 6/25/2020 5:15 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Nomis,

I was able to test the two dvstick connected to a raspberrypi.
1. ttyUSB0 config file was set to 2460 service was start successfully.
2. ttyUSB1 config file was set to 2461 service was start successfully.

here are my observation.
if user one using USB0 and user two using USB1 and they are connected  at the same time.
when both are using DMR mode one is for example at TG 91 and the other one is on TG 515
both user will hear two talkgroups what ever comes first . which is not supposed to be.

Thanks and 73!
Andrew DV1ZEJ





--
John D. Hays
Kingston, WA
K7VE

 

Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

Nomis Bayan Jr.
 

HI Andrew,

I am sure we tested this situation on the compass. Currently I only have one DVStick30 on compass, but two DVStick30 on AMBEserver (git). Rick and I tested today and no interference, I was on TG31689 (2461 port ttyUSB1) and Rick is on TG5159 (2460 port ttyUSB0) with no problem.

On 6/25/2020 5:15 AM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi Nomis,

I was able to test the two dvstick connected to a raspberrypi.
1. ttyUSB0 config file was set to 2460 service was start successfully.
2. ttyUSB1 config file was set to 2461 service was start successfully.

here are my observation.
if user one using USB0 and user two using USB1 and they are connected  at the same time.
when both are using DMR mode one is for example at TG 91 and the other one is on TG 515
both user will hear two talkgroups what ever comes first . which is not supposed to be.

Thanks and 73!
Andrew DV1ZEJ



Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

andrew delgado
 

Hi Nomis,

I was able to test the two dvstick connected to a raspberrypi.
1. ttyUSB0 config file was set to 2460 service was start successfully.
2. ttyUSB1 config file was set to 2461 service was start successfully.

here are my observation.
if user one using USB0 and user two using USB1 and they are connected  at the same time.
when both are using DMR mode one is for example at TG 91 and the other one is on TG 515
both user will hear two talkgroups what ever comes first . which is not supposed to be.

Thanks and 73!
Andrew DV1ZEJ



Re: Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

Nomis Bayan Jr.
 

HI Andrew,

Yes, it works, with two DVStick30, with port 2460 ttyUSB0 and port 2461 ttyUSB1. We tested them, okay.

On 6/24/2020 5:02 PM, andrew delgado via groups.io wrote:
Hi All,

Using a compass image and having a two thumb dv stick connected to one raspberrypi does it work as two ambe server? changing the port of each ambe configuration?
let say ttyUSB0 is port 2460 and ttyUSB1 is port 2461?

is there anyone have this setup? if yes how did you do it?

Regards,
Andrew

Ambe server two DVstick in one raspberrypi? #ambeserver

andrew delgado
 

Hi All,

Using a compass image and having a two thumb dv stick connected to one raspberrypi does it work as two ambe server? changing the port of each ambe configuration?
let say ttyUSB0 is port 2460 and ttyUSB1 is port 2461?

is there anyone have this setup? if yes how did you do it?

Regards,
Andrew

Re: BlueDV on an Inrico T320? Or any other network radio

Stefsan
 

Hi,

have running a T320 with a raspberry pi ambe server with DV 30 ambe Stick. T320 runs perfect with BlueDV last version including PTT. Also with TM7 it runns perfect also with USB DV30 Sick on USB of the TM7 (mot with T320 there USB Stick on USB is not functionally only with AMBE Server on T320) BlueDV is running fine on both including PTT on both.

AMBE Server is easy to setup on any RPI with standart image and the AMBE Server from marrold (get by github) on a clean Raspberry standart image.

See also my qrz.com page dl1esz also explained there.

73 Stefan DL1ESZ

Am 23.06.20 um 16:57 schrieb (null) (null) via groups.io:

I’m using the T320 also, it displays in portrait and does work with the BlueDv to include PTT. To use D-star, DMR and Fusion I have a ThumbDv running on a Raspberry Pi and or Windows Server.

K6FED 


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On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 7:47 AM, gpabon757 <gpabon@...> wrote:

Hi,

I’m thinking of purchasing an Inrico T320 network radio.  Does BlueDV work with it? Will it display in portrait mode?  Will I be able to use the PTT on the side to transmit?

Any other HT like network radios that work well with BlueDV with a working PTT?

Thanks,

George

Re: BlueDV on an Inrico T320? Or any other network radio

(null) (null)
 

There is no special setup for the PTT, It’s built into  the app.


On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 10:25 PM, gpabon757 <gpabon@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,

Thanks for the replies.  I'm using the DVStick 30 with AMBE server on my PC.  Windows AMBE server with BlueDv on my Android device works great, but it always runs in landscape orientation.  Based on the feedback, I think I'll give an Inrico T320 radio a try.  Since I don't see an option in BlueDv AMBE for PTT, how did you setup the PTT to key up BlueDv via the T320?

Thanks again!

Re: ambeserver on a Raspberry Pi stops after 30 seconds #ambeserver

Nomis Bayan Jr.
 

Hi Karl,

I have Compass, DVswitch Mobile and AMBEServer working at the same time. It has been couple of months that I have no problem. I can share my notes to you, just email me at nolyn78@....

On 6/23/2020 10:07 PM, klammeraffe2@... wrote:
Hi Nomis,

tnx, I had done this the port change just for the test as I thought it could be the reason - but it wasn't the problem is solved, just be take off and back of the ThumbDV from the USB-port of the RPi

Re: BlueDV on an Inrico T320? Or any other network radio

gpabon757
 

Hi everyone,

Thanks for the replies.  I'm using the DVStick 30 with AMBE server on my PC.  Windows AMBE server with BlueDv on my Android device works great, but it always runs in landscape orientation.  Based on the feedback, I think I'll give an Inrico T320 radio a try.  Since I don't see an option in BlueDv AMBE for PTT, how did you setup the PTT to key up BlueDv via the T320?

Thanks again!

Re: ambeserver on a Raspberry Pi stops after 30 seconds #ambeserver

klammeraffe2@...
 

Hi Nomis,

tnx, I had done this the port change just for the test as I thought it could be the reason - but it wasn't the problem is solved, just be take off and back of the ThumbDV from the USB-port of the RPi

Re: ambeserver on a Raspberry Pi stops after 30 seconds #ambeserver

Nomis Bayan Jr.
 

Hello Karl,

try to replace the port from "12460"  to "2460".

On 6/23/2020 9:07 AM, klammeraffe2@... wrote:
Hello,

I am quit new and has just start to work a little bit with a Raspberry Pi . I nstalled the image according the Wiki to run the ambeserver with an ThumbDV.
So far so good till after approx. 30 sec the server failed - attached the sceenshot of the status-messages.

Maybe someone can give me some hints, where to look for, that teh server is running "longer" than 35 seconds...

regards
Karl