[App_rpt-users] CTCSS Problem

Tony kt9ac at ameritech.net
Thu Jan 27 14:53:23 EST 2011


Carrierdetect=1 or YES; carrierdetect=0 or NO. Its referring to the 
internal variable state.

On 01/27/2011 01:49 PM, Kris Kirkland wrote:
> On 1/27/2011 1:35 PM, Tony wrote:
>> I agree with the squelch mention. I had the opposite problem when
>> going to DSP squelch versus USB COR, the rx didn't key at all.
>>
>> Try running "radio tune rxsquelch" to have it self-level.
>>
>> On 01/27/2011 01:20 PM, Scott Weis wrote:
>>> It most likely means that your COS is active or your using DSP for the
>>> squelch and it's too loose.
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
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>>> Subject: [App_rpt-users] CTCSS Problem
>>>
>>> Howdy
>>>
>>> First I'd like to start off by saying thanks for such a great piece of
>>> software for asterisk, I've been using Asterisk for 6 years now. I'm a
>>> network engineer so I'm not a repeater guru by any means, but I'm
>>> having a
>>> problem with my setup using the URI Model: DMK URI My first problem
>>> is; if
>>> ctcssfrom is set to anything but dsp, the repeater keys up as soon as
>>> asterisk is started. I can even disconnect everything but PTT and
>>> Ground and
>>> it still keys up as soon as its started. I did this to eliminate the
>>> possibility of the device sensing CTCSS via the mic_in_ac. So my
>>> understanding was that if I set ctcssfrom=no then it would ignore
>>> ctcss, but
>>> it still keys up. Is this a bug in the software being that it happens
>>> even
>>> with everything but ptt/gnd is disconnected?
>>>
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> That brings up my next question; When setting the COR to usb and
> watching the debug you can see "carrierdetect=1" or "carrierdetect=0" is
> this speaking of the binary on/off or is this saying 1=high 2=low logic.
>



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