[App_rpt-users] Newbie here so please be gentle ;-)

Monty monty at ke7jvx.com
Sun Nov 4 23:18:49 EST 2012


Hi Dave,

I personally have not tried a Beagleboard, so those that know can let us
know if I am incorrect.  You can use a URI, but only with chan_simpleusb,
which mean no DSP for squelch or tone decode/encode.  You will need to
provide those in the form of logic signals.  The CPU of the Beagleboard
just doesn't have enough horsepower.  Another embedded option would be a
RTCM (Radio Thin Client Module), here is a link:

http://micro-node.com/thin-m1.html


Monty
KE7JVX

On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 9:10 AM, Dave Miller <ve7pke at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am doing basic research into hardware for my first node.
> Can I use URi's which I already purchased on Beagle board or do I need to
> use the LOX board?
> Any updates on getting the RPI up and working ? Last message I read
> indicated that it not quite there?
> Should I just get a ITX motherboard and go from there first?
> Any direction to other resources is appreciated.
> I would prefer the  final endpoint to be a small embedded package to
> deploy on a mountaintop that is visited yearly so need the robustness.
>
> Thanks
> Dave
>
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