[App_rpt-users] on-board audio

Robert Garcia robert at n5qm.com
Mon Jun 10 19:54:35 EDT 2013


Kyle,

I'm good, it turns out I didn't properly set the rxsquelch, so it was
never clear to transmit.

Thanks for responding and to all of the others who did as well!

Robert
N5QM

On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:17 PM, K&R Yoksh <yokshs at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Analog sound cards are not supported, especially not the on-board variety.
>
> The parallel port support is handy, and I am probably it's biggest
> supporter! It certainly makes it easy to homebrew an interface
> for COS/PTT/AUX (or even use an IRLP board), but you'll still need a CM108
> or CM119 USB fob to handle the audio.
>
> You won't need to modify the fob under most circumstances.
>
> 73,
>
> Kyle Yoksh
> K0KN
> Olathe, KS
> Allstar 2210-2219
>
>
> --- Original Message ---
> For bench testing / monitoring / whatever purposes, can I use on-board
> audio devices?  I see the chan_simpleusb/usbradio can use the parallel
> port for COR and PTT, I'm wondering if I can also use on-board audio...
> Assume the on-board device is supported by OSS.
>
> Couple use-cases:
>
> * bench-test / local monitor -- computer speakers, computer microphone
> * base-station / dispatch console
> * audio to a control-RX input on a collocated repeater controller
>
> -Matt-
>
>
>
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