[op25-dev] Re: Christmas Announcements 2017

Dick Wad bwmzzzx@yahoo.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Wed Mar 28 15:36:36 UTC 2018


Just curious....has anyone put this new op25 on ubuntu 16.04 successfully yet? If so, did you follow the instructions presented way earlier in previous emails? 
 

    On Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 9:38:13 PM CST, kb9mwr at yahoo.com [op25-dev] <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com> wrote:  
 
     
Okay.  Yes I believe those are the two nxdn speeds.  I don't have a nxdn radio nor do I know of anyone locally with one.

From:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/mmdvm/conversations/messages/16378
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>Hi All>
>I converted the MMDVM NXDN implementation over to very-narrow mode, aka NXDN 4800. I decided not to >make it switchable to NXDN 9600 as it would then mean that people could choose to make their systems >incompatible with existing networks. So NXDN 4800 it is.>
>It's all been checked into GitHub for both the MMDVMHost and MMDVM firmware under the nxdn branch.>
>Currently it'll be an RF only repeater, but it will allow you to play. I intend to get a simple NXDN reflector >active and make a simple NXDN parrot available too. This will allow basic testing and communication until we >can do something better.>
>There is a bug in the display code, maybe Nextion only, where the screen doesn't update correctly at the end >of a transmission, and I can't find it! So any takers to look at that would be appreciated.>
>I've asked Andy CA6JAU to review my new filters for NXDN 4800 to make sure that they're correct and that I >have transmit amplitude (deviation) correct also. Even if they aren't, you can try installing it and talking to >yourself.>
>Jonathan  G4KLX    
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