[arm-allstar] Motorola R1225 RSS
kb4fxc at inttek.net
Sun Jan 7 15:05:55 EST 2018
I don't know if you've tried it out, but, I got a customized copy of
dosbox running on the RPi3 which works well with the ancient RSS software.
I rolled this together as a package for the HamVoIP release, to make
installation and setup simple....This setup works GREAT, even with the
X9000 RSS software, which is typically one of the worst-case scenarios for
getting it to work.
I wrote some custom serial port driver code, which is included in this
release. This custom code allows the RSS software to work nicely with the
*REAL* FTDI USB-to-rs232 interface cables.
With this package, once you've got the FTDI cable and HamVoIP V1.5
installed on an RPi2 or RPi3, getting setup to program these old radios
takes all of 15 minutes! ...literally!
See this HowTo: https://hamvoip.org/hamradio/motorola_programming/
73, David KB4FXC
On Sun, 7 Jan 2018, "M M via arm-allstar" wrote:
> On 1/6/2018 5:57 PM, "Chris Viningre via arm-allstar" wrote:
> > Does anyone know if any of the selections of radios in the Motorola
> > software in hamvoip work on a R1225 repeater?
> > Chris WS5B
> FYI the M1225-P1225-GR1225-RKR1225 series needs CPS HVN9054.
> Ver 3.1 runs on W3.1, 95, 98
> ver 4.0 runs on above and Win XP
> I think the current version is HVN9054E...
> The 1225 is 12.5 KHz (narrowband) compliant, but it won't
> do the new splinter channels.
> I have a Panasonic toughbook that is reserved for radio
> programming, as it (still) runs XP, has a real serial port,
> and I can boot it with DOS 6.22 on a USB stick to run
> the old RSS (like for Maxtrac, Radius, GM300, Syntor X9000, etc.
> Mike WA6ILQ
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