kb4fxc at inttek.net
Thu Aug 4 19:54:53 EST 2016
All the software is already installed in the RPi2-3 hamvoip release; you
can run the chan_usbradio driver with no changes needed.
So, in your rpt.conf file, for the node you're wanting to use usbradio
with, simply use a statement like:
...where "usb" is the node stanza in the usbradio.conf file.
I run usbradio on several repeaters where I still have PC computer based
controllers. My experience is that the software performance on a RPi3 is
still well below the performance I see on the PC, mainly amounting to
audio clicks, etc....But, it will work and certainly works better on the
RPi3 than the RPi2.
I'll also comment that more software enhancements are coming in the next
beta release, providing additional enhancement over the V1.02. More
details about this soon.
73, David KB4FXC
On Thu, 4 Aug 2016, John via arm-allstar wrote:
> I'm making some time to 'play' with a Pi3. I've used simpleUSB for all my
> previous nodes and it works very well. Thanks to all of those who have
> contributed to easy setup! I'd like to experiment a little with letting the
> Pi perform some of the DSP magic. In DIAL, I think it's called USBradio.
> What needs to be reconfigured to use DSP to supply state-change for COS and
> encode/decode CTCSS? If memory servers me properly, earlier Pi's didn't
> handle this well. I'm hoping a Pi3 might have sufficient horsewpower to
> handle a single node.
> Thanks for any suggestions.
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