kb4fxc at inttek.net
Mon Aug 1 17:13:46 EST 2016
In 99% of the cases, RADIO_RELAX isn't the problem. The issue is typically
either received audio levels or an equalization (meaning de-emphasis).
I've -never- had a case where I needed to turn RADIO_RELAX on and don't
have it enabled on a single system---and, all decode every DTMF digit just
fine (including my Baofeng 888 portable systems).
Anyhow, yes, there is a setting in V1.02 forward, where RADIO_RELAX can be
dynamically turned on/off at runtime (to enable, set: dtmf_relax=1 in
simpleusb.conf device stanza), no recompiling needed....However, this
"solution" is probably just masking the real issue and ideally should be
considered a temporary work-around while identifying the audio issue.
73, David Kb4FXC
On Mon, 1 Aug 2016, Kenneth Grimard via arm-allstar wrote:
> hi all
> in the hamvoip image radio relax is turned off this is what is causing
> your issue's.
> radio relax was turned off to prevent false decoding of dtmf digits from
> a users voice
> from punching small holes in the received audio but it cause some
> problems with
> some radio's where the some digits will not decode properly.
> in the standard allstar images from allstarlink.org radio relax is ON by
> default not off.
> if you are running the beta code that is in 1.02 for the pi 3 this can
> be turned back on.
> ken n1dot
> On 8/1/2016 8:25 PM, Roselito de los Reyes via arm-allstar wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I created a simplex node and got it working. One weird thing is that
> > when I send DTMF commands, it does not detect the number 3 as seen
> > through the CLI.
> > Any thoughts?
> > 73,
> > Lito
> > KK6OOS
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