Federal Way Club Sponsors D-Star Class
ns7c at comcast.net
Mon Oct 24 18:06:38 PDT 2011
It's very doable, I've even cross linked Echolink and D-Star. The issue
is more of who's call will be on the transmissions. Putting several
users on the same call will confuse the D-Star community (and earn the
wrath of the "thou shalt never connect analog to D-Star" crowd).
We could connect the Northwest Echolink conference to the Northwest
D-Star reflector on Friday nights for the D-Star net. That would be
The traffic locally on D-Star is low enough that I think all the Puget
Sound repeaters should just stay linked to REF035C all the time, but
that's just me...
What linked 222 system?
On 10/24/2011 4:06 PM, Bill Vodall wrote:
> When this was written, I didn't have a good reply...
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 6:36 PM, John D. Hays<john at hays.org> wrote:
>> I would suspect that it's really not an AMBE/IMBE implementation. It
>> probably goes into a server that has the AMBE/IMBE vocoding before sending
>> it on to the radio units in the police system.
>> Actually we could do something similar with a DV Dongle on a server out to
>> an iOS or Android device. I'm not excited to do it though.
> Now I have a comment...
> Lots, reasonably, of activity now on the linked 220 systems. Nice
> little resurgence of chatting on the air.
> Nearby, at least sorta nearby, we have Jeremy who's missing out on the
> vast wit and wisdom being exchanged and has to communicate with people
> from Oregon on his homebrew system... Closer to home - we have Kenny
> and John with cool proof of concept DStar machines. Now wouldn't it
> be cool if they could all link in and join the fun. I know there are
> some purists that don't like mixing the modes but I'd always say that
> communications and connectivity trump 'purity'...
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