[App_rpt-users] Talk-through tone....
Ramesh Dhami (VA3UV)
Ramesh at va3uv.com
Sat Oct 27 16:39:48 EDT 2012
I have just updated to app_rpt v0.307 from 0.306.
My main motivator was to get rid of the darn squelch crash on my 220
So, I have added the following 2 COP commands to rpt.conf
882=cop,58 ; talk through tone
883=cop,59 ; normal ctcss
So the cop,58 command works great for LOCAL RF users - no more squelch
crashes - YEH :)
However, we are not hearing remote activity (from connected links) or
any 'commanded' telemetry (link status, etc.) - it's all there, but no
PL is being transmitted.
What am I missing???
Here is my usbradio.conf file contents:
hdwtype=0 ; Leave this set to 0 for USB sound fobs
; the instructions from usbfob.pdf. Use a
; 1 is for Dingotel/Sph interfaces.
rxboost=0 ; 0 = 20db attenuator inserted, 1= 20db
; Set to 1 for additonal gain if using a
low-level receiver output
rxctcssrelax=1 ; reduce talkoff from radios w/o CTCSS Tx HPF
; Do not change this, leave this as a 1
txctcssdefault=103.5 ; default tx ctcss freq, any frequency permitted
rxctcssfreqs=103.5 ; rx ctcss freqs in floating point. must be in table
txctcssfreqs=103.5 ; tx ctcss freqs, any frequency permitted
;rxctcssoverride=0 ; Set to 1 or yes to start out in carrier
carrierfrom=dsp ; no,usb,usbinvert,dsp,vox
; no - no carrier detection at all
; usb - from the COR line on the modified USB
; usbinvert - from the inverted COR line on the
modified USB sound fob
; dsp - from RX noise using dsp techniques
; vox - voice activated from RX audio
ctcssfrom=dsp ; no,usb,dsp
; no - CTCSS decoding, system will be carrier
; usb - CTCSS decoding using input from USB FOB
; (currently not supported)
; dsp - CTCSS decoding using RX audio in DSP.
; rxdemod option must be set to flat for this
rxdemod=flat ; input type from radio: no,speaker,flat
; no - RX audio input not used
; flat - Use RX audio from discriminator
; speaker - use de-emphasized audio
txprelim=no ; Audio processing on left output channel: no,yes
; no - Audio is not pre-emphasized and limited.
; Suitable for use on a microphone input
; yes - Audio is pre-emphasized and limited.
; Suitable for direct connection to an FM modulator
txlimonly=yes ; Audio limiting with no pre-emphasis on output
; no - Audio is not limited.
; yes - Audio is limited.
; Suitable for transmitters with no limiting
but with pre-emphasis.
txtoctype=notone ; Transmit tone control type: no,phase,notone
; no - CTCSS tone encoding with no hang time
; phase - encode CTCSS and reverse phase
; AKA ("reverse burst") before unkeying TX
; notone - encode CTCSS and stop sending tone
before unkeying TX
; AKA ("chicken burst")
txmixa=voice ; Left channel output:
; no - Do not output anything
; voice - output voice only
; tone - CTCSS tone only
; composite - voice and tone
; auxvoice - auxiliary voice output at
headphone level for monitoring
txmixb=tone ; Right channel output: no,voice,tone,composite,
; See txmixa above.
invertptt=0 ; Invert PTT 0 = ground to transmit, 1 = open to
; This is the collector lead of the 2n4401 on
; usb sound fob.
; please refer to the howto for the procedure
to do this.
duplex=1 ; Full Duplex
;rxondelay=20 ; Uncomment and/or adjust for simplex nodes to
eliminate "Ping Ponging"
; or "Relay Racing".
; A positive value here will instruct the
usbradio driver to ignore the
; COR line for a specified number of 20mSec
intervals following the
; release of PTT. Use this only on simplex
nodes, and leave commented
; out for repeaters or other full duplex nodes.
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