[App_rpt-users] Icom FR 5000 repeater - URI - Alllstarlink node

Lardizabal David D. davidlardizabal at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 9 00:02:00 EST 2018


Thanks Jon,

Will experiment with your instructions, to see how it works.  

Would there be any difference if I use simple usb rather than radio usb?

73,

David
HQ2DDL


> On Dec 8, 2018, at 16:40, REDBUTTON_CTRL <jrorke at cogeco.ca> wrote:
> 
> All connections good except for the red one in question.
> 
> Change 22  to pin 21 on the FR 5000 and program the I/O pin 21 as an output. Then assign  function "Analog audible" . 
> set logic to LOW.
> 
> This will give you an analog COR that is active low when the receiver is active-should you require it.
> 
> Program I/O pin 19 to an input and select "EPTT" as its function and set the logic to LOW.
> 
> This will make this pin an external ptt.
> 
> In you uri set up set the following:
> 
> [usb1999]
> 
> hdwtype=0    
> rxboost=1
> txboost=1
> rxctcssrelax=1
> txctcssdefault=103.5
> rxctcssfreqs=103.5
> txctcssfreqs=103.5
> ;rxctcssoverride=0
> carrierfrom=dsp
> ctcssfrom=dsp
> rxdemod=flat
> txprelim=no
> txlimonly=yes
> txtoctype=phase
> txmixa=voice
> txmixb=no
> invertptt=0
> duplex=1
> rxondelay=0
> rxnoisefiltype=0
> eeprom=0
> plfilter=yes
> 
> This will set you up using dsp for squelch detection and dsp for rx tone detection. 
> 
> This setup requires the Icom to be programmed to transmit the ctcss tone (if desired). the URI will only send Voice to the Icom.
> 
> Calibrate your RXnoise, RXvoice and RXtone. Then set TX Voice.
> 
> Save your settings.
> 
> If your squelch is open type this at the prompt:
> 
> repeater*CLI> radio tune rxsquelch
> Current Signal Strength is 681
> Current Squelch setting is 500
> 
> if your squelch setting is below your signal strength, set the squelch to something about 25 points above the current signal strength.
> 
> repeater*CLI> radio tune rxsquelch 700
> press enter. 
> 
> Save settings. 
> 
> This set up will require a ctcss tone of 103.5 Hz to access the receive.
> 
> Also, if you intend to use the allstar node to repeat then set the channel in the repeater to "duplex" . 
> This is to ensure the allstar node is repeating and not the Icom.
> 
> Hope this helps. 
> 
> Cheers!
> 
> Jon VA3RQ
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On 12/8/2018 5:50 AM, Lardizabal David D. wrote:
>> 
>> Hi
>> 
>> My name is David Lardizabal HQ2DDL.  I am trying to install and AllstarLink node with a repeater Icom FR 5000 and I am trying to figure out the pinout / setting on repeater.  If anyone has done this setup would appreciate the help.
>> 
>> I have all ready have done some testing but I am getting a lot of noice, like the squelch is open and transmitting to connected node, ( I am able to connect to other nodes via line command, I have not been able to get the DTMF tones to work to connect/disconnect to nodes.)
>> 
>> My current pin out is like this:  
>> 
>> 
>> FR 5000 Repeater DML URI
>> 
>> 7 GND  =================> 20 GND
>> 8 MOD IN   =================> 22 TX AUDIO
>> 9 DISC OUT ================> 21 RX AUDIO
>> 14 GND  =================> 19 GND
>> 19 PTT =================>  1 PTT
>> 22 AF OUT  =================>  8 COR DET   (?)
>> 
>> *** as a Note: I found out in a pin out for RTCM with an ICOM FR6000 repeater;
>> 
>> I recently connected a Micro-Node RTCM to an ICOM FR6000 UHF repeater.
>> The FR5000/6000 has a DB25 auxiliary connector on the rear.
>> Here is the sable pin-out I used. Maybe this helps someone else.
>> 
>> FR6000                                     RTCM
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Pin 11 - 12VDC Out ------------------ Pin 1 +V In
>> Pin 8 - MOD IN ------------------------- Pin 2 TX Audio
>> Pin 9 Discriminator ------------------- Pin 3 RX Audio
>> Pin 21 Analog Audible Out -------- Pin 4 CTCSS In
>> Pin 14 GND------------------------------ Pin 5 GND
>> Pin 19 EPTT ---------------------------- Pin 7 PTT
>> DB25 Shell --- soldered to braid---DB9 Shell
>> 
>> Programming FR6000.
>> Configured for CTCSS on Receive, no CTCSS on transmit.
>> Program Pin 21 I/O for Audible Out which is a signal indication when the
>> receiver is unmuted by squelch/tone.
>> Program Pin 19 I/O for EPTT - External PTT
>> 
>> 73
>> 
>> David
>> 
>> 
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