[arm-allstar] Picket fencing

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Thu Sep 17 21:52:59 EST 2015

Yes, it has nothing to do with the URI. It is the COS signal to it from the radio. The URI will follow fast transitions. If you are using PL this should not happen because of the natural delay in PL. If you are using just noise squelch maybe the squelch is set to tight. In fact that might even be the case for PL on some radios. It also depends how long the dropouts are. It also might just be a characteristic of the radio you are using.

73 Doug

Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2015 18:08:12 -0400
From: N1XBM at amsat.org
To: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
Subject: [arm-allstar] Picket fencing

I have a node that it's not possible to have internet at the site so I use a link radio. I noticed that when a user is picket fencing on a remote repeater it seems that if the timing is just right my DMK URI will not always pick the audio back up causing me to miss part of what is being said. This is only a fraction of a second but when conditions are right it can be a problem. 
Does anyone know of a hold in time when a URI is in RX. It seems if the URI is hit too many time too fast in rapid fire succession it doesn't like it.
Maybe it's my COR circuit on my midland and this has nothing to do with with the BBB or the URI...?

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