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DVmega D-Star Pi 3 hotspot for dummies

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KJ4YZI, Nov 24, 2016.

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  1. KJ4YZI

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    This is for the users who might not be in range of D-Star repeaters, but would like to join in on the fun.
     
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  2. W1YW

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    Eric,

    Nice video, but please use a directional mike for your audio. The room reverb is distracting.

    Info on the kit was very helpful.
    73
    Chip W1YW
     
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  3. K7DC

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    Yes, nice video. Don't worry about your audio, it was loud and clear all the way through.

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    Bob, W7REJ
     
  4. AB9TX

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    Also, I would highly recommend an anti-static mat and strap when assembling the Pi boards.
     
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  5. KJ4YZI

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    I just got one.. I understand.. Thanks, the latest video i tried it, i think it came out better audio.
     
  6. N2OBS

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    Has an Allstar for Dummies been done?
     
  7. W1LWT

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    sound is good no issues on audio on this video and more videos like this be great idea helper in building some like this.......awesome job..>!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. AB9VJ

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    Nice video, very informative. Not much Dstar around here yet but we do have Fusion repeaters near by. This would be a good addition to get started.
     
  9. K7JOE

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    Very nice video,OM. Thanks .

    I would like to learn/ see similar hotspot config with the Motorola Turbo (tm) DMR system.
     
  10. K6FED

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    Great addition to the shack if you have a Dstar, dmr or c4fm radio and want to work the digital modes without going thru a repeater. Guus PEIPLM the maker of the Dvmega provides firmware updates that make the DVMEGA work with other modes (dmr and c4fm). To complement the single band uhf dvmega I also have a Arduino uno that I use to update the firmware. The current version is v3.07. http://www.dvmega.auria.nl/index.html
     

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