[App_rpt-users] Squelch issue with RTCM and Kenwood
petem001 at gmail.com
Mon May 1 16:38:31 EDT 2017
Always wanted to "play" with voting system and maybe simulcast. My primary
site is on a wireless network that belong to a ham friend and he provide me
with the bandwith and I use some IP in the 44.xxx.xxx.xxx range.
He have a site where I could install a voting receiver. And I have a site
where I could simulcast. the computer at the main site will be changed in
the next few wek to a proliant dl320 g5p with 8 gig of ram and 3 tb of hard
disk. It will run Dial and Xen, cause I want to virtualize some service for
our Mesh. ( web and file server. asterisk for local mesh voip. and stuff
Anyone built there own voting board?
I made many pc board in my life and want to maybe make a few to test all
Is there some gerber or SCH files available to build a voter board?
2017-05-01 12:28 GMT-04:00 Lee Woldanski <ve7fet at tparc.org>:
> Hi James,
> Chuck Henderson, WB9UUS, made a couple modifications to the code... one I
> believe actually fixes a bug in how the RSSI is calculated (which is
> probably your issue), and the other changes squelch action.
> A previous thread here:
> If you look in the source code, you can find the specific changes:
> The predominant issue here was even if the received signal was
> full-quieting, if it was a short transmission, it could cause a long
> squelch tail.
> As for how the RSSI is calculated... if you look at the RSSI in Allmon,
> without this patch, you'll see the RSSI level jumping all over the place,
> especially on noisier signals. With the patch, things are much more stable.
> Firmware images with and without the patch enabled are available on the
> repository for you to try out. They should be there for all hardware
> If you are using a MicroNode RTCM, you will likely want the "SMT V1.5
> Chuck" file.
> On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 8:18 AM, James Cizek <james.m.cizek at gmail.com>
>> Firmware version 1.50
>> I guess I am not familiar with a "Chuck squelch patch" so am guessing
>> that I am not running it! Can you help point me to information?
>> Date: Mon, 1 May 2017 08:11:40 -0700
>> From: Lee Woldanski <ve7fet at tparc.org>
>> To: Users of Asterisk app_rpt <app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org>
>> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Squelch issue with RTCM and Kenwood
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>> Hi James,
>> What firmware are you running in the RTCM's? And are you running firmware
>> with the "Chuck Squelch" patch enabled?
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