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Re: Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

kc9gqr@...
 

So then  if an incoming signal comes in on Fusion  the devices  ignores it for the dstar routing  etc.   correct?  


Re: Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

Bill Bennett <bennevl@...>
 

What about the possibility of adding this to a Fusion radio instead of a repeater? Especially in an environment where no internet is available. I have recently seen a video on Youtube of this done but with DVRPTR.
Bill K4IBC


Re: Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

"John D. Hays" <john@...>
 

The D-STAR mode runs on G4KLX dstarrepeater software, which in turn can talk to ircDDBGateway and out to the rest of the ircDDB connected net, including reflectors, STARnet Digital Groups, and callsign routing.

On Sat, May 9, 2015 at 8:19 PM, kc9gqr@... [UniversalDigitalRadio] <UniversalDigitalRadio@...> wrote:
 

Would you be able to LINK to other Dstar repeaters with this solution



John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223 
  


Re: Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

kc9gqr@...
 

Would you be able to LINK to other Dstar repeaters with this solution


Re: Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

Matthew Pitts <daywalker_blade_2004@...>
 

John,

This seems interesting; I don't know if I will make it to Dayton this year, but you've got me thinking about the possibilities depending on how this goes together.

Matthew Pitts
N8OHU


From: "'John D. Hays' john@... [UniversalDigitalRadio]"
To: "dstar_digital@..." ; ircddbgateway ; "pcrepeatercontroller@..." ; "UniversalDigitalRadio@..."
Sent: Saturday, May 9, 2015 11:45 AM
Subject: [UniversalDigitalRadio] Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

 
Read about it at http://wp.me/p2mAAP-z7

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John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223 
  




Adding D-STAR to a Yaesu DR-1X Fusion Repeater

"John D. Hays" <john@...>
 

Read about it at http://wp.me/p2mAAP-z7

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John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223 
  


Re: Amplifier Product

myyahoo@...
 

I would buy one!

Something that wideband could be subject to swamping around here, I might want a filter in front of it - but it would be worth experimenting with, so to option of a power tee would be welcome. Looks useful as a driver amp, too, for some SDR experiments.

- Richard, VE7CVS


Re: Amplifier Product

Robert Copelan <rcopelan@...>
 

Brian, 
I'm didn't make it through EE (changed majors to computer science) so maybe this is a stupid question.   Would your device be useful when put on the end of a DVMega or DVAP as an amp?    I have heard that this is not a good idea since the signal out isn't clean enough to be amplified but not sure about that either.   

Thanks for the feedback.
Robert


On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 5:22 PM, bhhoyer@... [UniversalDigitalRadio] <UniversalDigitalRadio@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,


I'm busy finalizing the PA stage and in the process I built a driver amp so my 0 dBm tracking generator can drive PA modules at 50 mW (17 dBm).


I have the layout sitting in a folder and I was wondering if I'm the only guy that needs this:


Amplifier:


Frequency: 50 MHz to 6 GHz

Gain: 20 dB

Power: 1 dB compression at ~ 20 dBm

Supply: 5 VDC @ ~75 mA

NF: 3 dB at 900 MHz


It's based on the ADL5542 from Analog Devices. They want $100 for an unpackaged eval board.


We could put it in a case with SMA in/out and sell it for $40 including a Bias Tee so you could power it over the coax.


Also thinking about an LNA in the same form factor ...


Let us know if this might be interesting and what you would do with it.


Inquiring minds want to know ...


K7UDR



AW: Amplifier Product

"siegfried jackstien" <siegfried.jackstien@...>
 

I would use a pga 103+ and use it as an lna at the antenna

Lower noise figure and higher ip3

Dg9bfc

Sigi

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Hi All,




I'm busy finalizing the PA stage and in the process I built a driver amp
so my 0 dBm tracking generator can drive PA modules at 50 mW (17 dBm).




I have the layout sitting in a folder and I was wondering if I'm the only
guy that needs this:




Amplifier:




Frequency: 50 MHz to 6 GHz

Gain: 20 dB

Power: 1 dB compression at ~ 20 dBm

Supply: 5 VDC @ ~75 mA

NF: 3 dB at 900 MHz




It's based on the ADL5542 from Analog Devices. They want $100 for an
unpackaged eval board.




We could put it in a case with SMA in/out and sell it for $40 including a
Bias Tee so you could power it over the coax.




Also thinking about an LNA in the same form factor ...




Let us know if this might be interesting and what you would do with it.




Inquiring minds want to know ...




K7UDR


Re: Amplifier Product

Dave <dave@...>
 

  The spec sheet says it can be used down to 20 MHz.   

Dave - WB6DHW


On 5/7/2015 2:22 PM, bhhoyer@... [UniversalDigitalRadio] wrote:
 

Hi All,


I'm busy finalizing the PA stage and in the process I built a driver amp so my 0 dBm tracking generator can drive PA modules at 50 mW (17 dBm).


I have the layout sitting in a folder and I was wondering if I'm the only guy that needs this:


Amplifier:


Frequency: 50 MHz to 6 GHz

Gain: 20 dB

Power: 1 dB compression at ~ 20 dBm

Supply: 5 VDC @ ~75 mA

NF: 3 dB at 900 MHz


It's based on the ADL5542 from Analog Devices. They want $100 for an unpackaged eval board.


We could put it in a case with SMA in/out and sell it for $40 including a Bias Tee so you could power it over the coax.


Also thinking about an LNA in the same form factor ...


Let us know if this might be interesting and what you would do with it.


Inquiring minds want to know ...


K7UDR



Amplifier Product

bhhoyer@...
 

Hi All,


I'm busy finalizing the PA stage and in the process I built a driver amp so my 0 dBm tracking generator can drive PA modules at 50 mW (17 dBm).


I have the layout sitting in a folder and I was wondering if I'm the only guy that needs this:


Amplifier:


Frequency: 50 MHz to 6 GHz

Gain: 20 dB

Power: 1 dB compression at ~ 20 dBm

Supply: 5 VDC @ ~75 mA

NF: 3 dB at 900 MHz


It's based on the ADL5542 from Analog Devices. They want $100 for an unpackaged eval board.


We could put it in a case with SMA in/out and sell it for $40 including a Bias Tee so you could power it over the coax.


Also thinking about an LNA in the same form factor ...


Let us know if this might be interesting and what you would do with it.


Inquiring minds want to know ...


K7UDR


Dayton’s Friday Evening D-STAR at the Drury Inn

"Woodrick, Ed" <ewoodrick2@...>
 

Dayton’s Friday Evening D-STAR at the Drury Inn

 

Friday evening’s D-STAR at the Drury Inn event will follow the Dayton Hamvention’s theme of “Homebrew Radio” and talk about Homebrew D-STAR.

Homebrew has been a big part of D-STAR since the very beginning. It’s been homebrew that’s driven D-STAR to where it is today.

Here’s some topics we expect to cover.

·         D-STAR Today - Statistics

·         P-25 from Icom

·         Learning how to use your new radio the easy way

·         Updating your radio

·         The options currently available with homebrew

·         Samples of homebrew

·         Homebrew by the developers

·         Your Homebrew

Yes, the last subject is Your Homebrew. We want to see your homebrew. If you are going to be joining us Friday evening, please bring it along with you. If you aren’t going to be joining us, please send us a description and picture. We want everyone to see the options available.

Here’s what we need from you!

For those sending in your homebrew pictures, as well as those bringing their homebrew, here’s what we’d like to see

Ø  A picture of your homebrew solution

Ø  A short description of what it is

Ø  A list of the parts and pieces

Ø  If you have links to any additional information or where the parts may be obtained.


If you can send us the information as s single PowerPoint page, that would be great! Try not to get the font too small. People in the back of the room won’t be able to appreciate your masterpiece.

 

Please send your submissions to Pictures@...

When and Where

Friday, May 15, 6:30-8:30 PM – D-STAR Update

Drury Inn Ballroom

6616 Miller Lane

Dayton OH

 

Light refreshments will be provided

 

Check www.DSTARInfo.com for up to date information.

 

 


Re: D-STAR / DMR Gateway

bennevl@...
 

Hello John this looks like great news.

Consider me a complete noob when it comes to DV modes. I have been a snob to them because I refuse to buy a dedicated radio for each mode.

It appears that things are getting closer to using one radio for all modes. 

For me it would have to be without internet, as in mobile.

Having previously viewed a youtube video from VE2NBZ using DStar on a Fusion radio using a DVRPTR V1 my curiosity perked up and now today I read your post.

What about something similar using DV3000 and a RPi with audio interface to a Fusion radio? Would this not give us all 3 modes with one radio?

I realize the UDRX-440 is in the works but maybe this route would work for some of us.

I just want to be able to use one radio and work all three modes and not use the internet.

Thanks
Bill K4IBC


D-STAR / DMR Gateway

"John D. Hays" <john@...>
 

New Post at http://wp.me/p2mAAP-yo

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John D. Hays
K7VE

PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223 
  


2015 ARRL/TAPR DCC Announced AND TAPR at Dayton Hamvention

Mark Thompson <wb9qzb_groups@...>
 


2015 ARRL/TAPR DCC (Digital Communications Conference) Announced

The 2015 DCC will be in Chicago on October 9 - 11 
in the northwest suburb of Arlington Heights not far from O'Hare airport.
The DCC has two full days of Technical presentations on Friday & Saturday and on Sunday morning a deep dive into a technical subject. 
On Saturday there is a full day of concurrent Introductory sessions. 
Be sure to register for the DCC and reserve your hotel room early.
DCC information is available at: 
http://www.tapr.org/dcc
Look forward to your participation in the DCC. 

TAPR at Dayton Hamvention 

TAPR will have booths, forums and a joint banquet with AMSAT at the Dayton Hamvention. 
Details about TAPR activities at the Hamvention are available at: 



Re: ThumbDV & linux

usmc8800@...
 

Please let me know how it goes.
I'd like to do the same thing.


Re: ThumbDV & linux

john@...
 

I also use Ubuntu a lot.


Re: ThumbDV & linux

john@...
 

You can install the .deb packages or build from source.  This is explained in the files/Documentation folders on the groups ircddbgateway and pcrepeatercontroller.  It should run on Ubuntu (which is a derivative of Debian) just fine.  I use Debian quite a bit.

A quick guide is at http://www.amateurlogic.com/downloads/DV3000.pdf start on page 15.  Use the GUI version of the install.


ThumbDV & linux

jackmalone29@...
 

I just purchased the ThumbDV USB device. I have a dual boot laptop with Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu Linux.  I want set it up under Linux. I'm wondering if anyone has been able to get it going under Linux no a PC, not the Raspberry PI but a laptop running Linux.


Thanks
Jack Malone
N1JEM



DV3000 and external PTT on RPI2

panniello@...
 

Hi,
I installed the DV3000 and OpenDV on RPI2, the card works regularly, but I have problems with the external PTT. I tried config 1 and 2 with pins 1-3 without success.
Do you have any idea?
Pino IK1JNS



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