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Fri Aug 5 11:55:45 EST 2016
David & Doug,
I knew there were some audio issues with usbradio, but as I mentioned, I'm
just 'playing' with another node to learn more about configuration options.
I thought usbradio was already rolled into the package. From your note
(David) I see how I screwed up the rxchannel configuration in the rpt.conf
file. Thanks for the clarification.
I'm patiently looking forward to the new release. If you need a lunkhead to
test the Beta for idiotproofing, I'm your man <grin>. I can usually find a
way to screw things up that others miss....
Many thanks to all those who blaze the trails for the rest of us to follow.
On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 7:54 PM, David McGough via arm-allstar <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
> Hi John,
> 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
> > 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
> > 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.
> > John
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