Posts Tagged With: Parker

Fusion February Summary

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

A record turnout of 43 Parker Radio Association members and friends took place this past Thursday for Fusion February.  Jeff, W0QO, and Justin, AE2L, gave an exceptional presentation of Yaesu System Fusion and Wires-X.  The presentation was detailed with information regarding the basics behind System Fusion & Wires-X, as well as overlap between other digital modes such as DMR and D-Star.  We even had a live demo and setup of a Node onsite.

Miss the meeting? No problem!  Check out our “Toolbox” tab above for your copy of our presentation.  Or, Click Here —> Yaesu System Fusion & Wires-X

The PRA is fortunate to have great members like Jeff and Justin that share their knowledge, expertise, and fun of this great service, amateur radio.  They fully embrace our mission in giving back to the community through education while having fun and keeping the squelch loose.

 

Advertisements
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

It’s ALIVE!!! The D-Star / Analog / EchoLink bridge that is…

  
In the odd chance that you may not have noticed, the Members of the PRA are all about playing radio, having fun, and keeping the squelch loose. Well, a few members teamed up to create a functional D-Star / Analog / EchoLink monster, er, bridge…

A detail from the PRA’s Mad Scientist, Kris, KD0YCR

After many trials, tribulations, grey hairs and a lack of sleep I’ve FINALLY got the D-Star piece worked into the PRA network.

As of right now:

XRF223B is bridged to W0CFI analog, which is bridged to EchoLink node K0PRA-L. Get connected on one and you’ll be talking to everyone no matter how they’re connected.

There can be up to a full second delay to go from the analog end to the digital end and back. Leave pauses between your transmission so others can disconnect, jump in, etc.

This is still HIGHLY experimental. Please let me know if you have any problems, notice any weirdness, or think the audio needs adjusting. 

Jump on it and try it out! Just be aware if anything starts acting up I may take it all down to figure out what’s going on. If you can’t get on just let me know, there’s a better chance it’s my fault than yours, LOL!

Finally, there are two people who deserve a HUGE thanks – Paul, AC5S and Patrick, KT1GGR. The servers powering all of this were donated by Paul, and everything is running of a UPS donated by Patrick, so our PRA network will stay up and running when the power goes down! None of this would be up and running without their help – thank you!

Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.