[App_rpt-users] Limey on Intel D2700MUD Questions

Randy Neals randy at neals.ca
Sun Oct 21 18:14:52 EDT 2012


Thanks Jim,

I studied things a bit more, and found that the D2700MUD supports something
called eUSB.
An embedded USB flash drive which fits over a specific USB header on the
MoBo, and has a locking screw.
Found some 1GB eUSB boards on eBay and will give that a go as the system
drive.

D2700MUD has 7 USB ports.
4 external ports on the back panel
3 internal ports via headers on the MoBo.

I'm building two systems with 12V power supplies.
Will report on how things go / photos etc.

-R

On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 1:44 PM, Jim Duuuude <telesistant at hotmail.com>wrote:

>  I have no idea whether the PCIe SSD would work.. You can always try it :-)
>
> If you are intending to use that many URI's you should probably consider
> using chan_simpleusb
> as to not overtask your system. I hope it has that many on-board USB slots.
>
> Jim WB6NIL
>
> ------------------------------
> Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2012 13:21:17 -0500
> From: randy at neals.ca
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Limey on Intel D2700MUD Questions
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I've read the Limey docs, saw the D2700MUD was supported and got one.
> Now building the system, but not with a lot of Linux exp.
>
> Drive Question:
> I could use a 128MB CF card in a CF/SATA adapter, or
> I see the D2700MUD board has a Mini PCIe port where I could put an SSD.
> The SSD would be a clean cable, all-components-on-the-motherboard system
> and looks attractive.
> If I used an SSD, would I still be able to use the standard Limey
> binary/image intended for the CF?
>
> RTCM vs URIx and system scalability/performance:
> I'm aiming to use this system to control a co-located VHF and UHF
> repeater. (ICOM FR-5000/6000)
> It may also have an additional repeater or link added over time - possibly
> 4 radios.
> Do I need to be concerned about performance of this D2700 system with 4
> radios?
> Is there a performance advantage in using the RTCM as the radio interface
> in that it seems to process COR in the RTCM rather than n the PC?
>
> Any hints or tips would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Randy
>
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