[App_rpt-users] manually issue COP command?
telesistant at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 25 23:12:31 EST 2011
rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 GPIO4=1
(since that's what would go in the line for a DTMF function)
From: yokshs at sbcglobal.net
To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 13:57:28 -0600
Subject: [App_rpt-users] manually issue COP command?
Hi Tim (and the list),
Thanks for the reply.. I have these entries in usbradio.conf:
pp3 = ptt
pp11 = cor
; pp10 =
in ; in, cor or ctcss
; pp12 =
in ; pins 10,12,13,15 are for
; pp13 = in
; pp15 =
pp4=out0 ; pins 4,5,6 are AUX 1,2,3, default
My PTT and COS via the parallel port work perfectly, but so far, the only
success I've had controlling other pins
has been by assigning them to PTT.
For example, as a test I set:
pp3 = ptt
pp4 = ptt
pp5 = ptt
pp6 = ptt
This keys all 4 outputs any time PTT is called for. I just wanted to make
sure that app_rpt could control those pins..
Besides that, I've had no success trying to use COP 61 or 62 to control my
I've tried the syntax you suggested:
rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 pp4=1
I've also tried every other thing I could think of, including:
rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 pp4=1,0
rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 pp4=1.0,0
rpt cmd 2211 cop 62 pp4=32767
--- Original Message ---I've not played with this but my guess is...
You in usbradio.conf you should put this in the [usb] stanza:
pp2=out0 ; set parallel port pin 2 to low output.
Then this should change it to high:
CLI>rpt cmd 2211 cop 61 pp2=1
Jim or others please jump in here if I have it wrong.
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