Fwd: [direwolf] Feature Request: Bit Regenerator/Packet Repeater (#144)

Michael Sterba ars.kg7hq at gmail.com
Sat Apr 28 09:50:58 PDT 2018


I believe they are doing this on the burper system on Lookout Mtn near Bellingham which was built specificly for the hidden transmitter concern.

On Apr 28, 2018, 09:45, at 09:45, Bill Vodall <wa7nwp at gmail.com> wrote:
>nice request...
>
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>Subject: [wb2osz/direwolf] Feature Request: Bit Regenerator/Packet
>Repeater
>(#144)
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>Greetings,
>
>Would it be possible to add a bit regenerator/packet repeater function?
>Many years ago, TAPR introduced a hardware version which went into a
>standard TNC2, which when attached to appropriate hardware permitted a
>packet repeater that actually decoded+reencoded the (A)FSK signal
>versus
>just repeating the audio like a classic voice repeater would do:
>
>https://www.tapr.org/kits_9600.html#bitregen
>
>One of the big challenges with packet is the "hidden transmitter
>syndrome",
>which a packet repeater in a suitable location can largely address. I
>have
>had some success in using a crossover cable from one KISS TNC to
>another,
>but I was hoping we could do this in software in a more real-time
>fashion.
>that could ultimately then support other applications via the AGWPE
>and/or
>KISS over TCP interface.
>
>Thanks for this great software.
>
>73!
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