[App_rpt] what do I need to setup a node

Jim Duuuude telesistant at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 22 12:10:10 EST 2007


To do duplex (implement a repeater system), you need 2 FXS ports on a TDM400 
and and a QRV ARIB board. The French board does not support full duplex 
operation.

To do simplex (such as a remote base), you need 1 FXS port on a TDM400 and 
an ARIB board.
The french board does support this mode of operation.

As far as ARIB boards go, I, personally, have no experience with the French 
one, but since you
are local, and you are interested in building one yourself, our ARIB cards 
are available as blank
boards for $10 each. Its hard to go wrong.

So, with 5 FXS ports, you have enough to run 2 repeaters and a remote, or 1 
repeater and
3 remotes or 5 remotes and no repeaters.


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>Here's what I've collected so far to set up a node (maybe 2 if I can find
>another site):
>
>1 2.4Ghz P4 computer (maybe 2 or more) running linux.
>3 Digium TDM400 cards populated with 5 FXO and 5 FXS interfaces
>internet connectivity (dsl or T! at node sites and the colo facility I have
>rackspace in if I need a reflector - need hosting?)
>1 FT-817/FT-857/FT-897
>pots connectivity at most locations.
>VoIP account as necessary
>
>I know I need a few arib boards but how do they compare to
>http://www.hamwlan.net/images/FXS-SIMPLEX-RADIO-V2.jpg
>
>What else do I need?
>
>What could I put up?  the simplex vs duplex thing has me a bit confused.  
>my
>experience with true duplex is in a linked system where if 2 people talk at
>once you hear both and cross band monitoring of my own transmissions
>
>I'd like to put up a HF/VHF/UHF remote, maybe 2 that can be configured to
>linn between different bands and modes
>
>a static way in by radio fixed frequency, maybe a repeater but I don't
>expect great coverage in these locations (linking from them is possible
>though)
>
>other things?
>
>
>possible node locations include:
>
>phelan
>pomona
>irvine
>wilmington
>downtown Los Angeles Telecom hotel (difficult to attach radio ports here 
>but
>maybe a good place to interlink with IRLP/EchoLink/SkypeLink)
>
>
>I'd like to get building soon.
>
>Eric


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