aug 19

Nieuwe Hytera CPS software en firmware beschikbaar

Er is nieuwe CPS software (V8.05.06.005.EMS en firmware(V8.05.06.005) beschikbaar voor de Hytera DMR apparatuur. De laatste release van firmware heeft plaatsgevonden in maart 2017. Het gebruik van deze soft- en firmware is voor eigen risico! De firmware is in een kleine groep getest. Ben je niet zeker van je zaak upgrade je apparatuur dan nog niet en wacht tot een en ander zorgvuldig getest is.

De CPS software vind je hier!
De Firmware vind je hier!
De handleiding vind je hier!

aug 18

PI3VHP digitaal in de lucht

Vanaf gisteren is het relais PI3VHP in de lucht op 145.6875 Mhz. De repeater staat in Vroomshoop in Overijssel. Dit laat Henry, PC2KY ons weten van de stichting Twentse Relaisstations. Het relais is alleen digitaal gekoppeld aan PI3TWE. Analoog werken de relais onafhankelijk van elkaar. Beide repeaters gebruiken CTCSS van 77hz op de in- en uitgangen. Digitaal zijn de relais zonder CTCSS te werken. De antenne staat op een hoogte van 40 meter AGL. Het vermogen uit de antenne zal ongeveer 10-12 watt zijn. Tijdelijk ook te bereiken via openSpot en dvmega-mini enz.. op YSF NL-Oost. Ook te bereiken via DMR tg 2044 Oost. (20442 is vervallen)

aug 14

System Fusion II

Opmerking van Yaesu: All radios will receive a firmware update and all radios will work together including the discontinued models.

System Fusion II FAQ

1.) Q – What is System Fusion II?
A – System Fusion II is the next generation of Yaesu System Fusion in which more features, technology, and radios have been added to the product line. This includes the new DR-2x repeater, FT-70D portable, the (soon to be released) FTM-3207, the Digital Group (DG) and Digital Personal (DP) ID features, and the Internet-linked Multiple Repeater System (IMRS) digital linking features.
2.) Q – Is System Fusion II separate from the current Fusion line?
A – System Fusion II is NOT separate technology and is fully compatible with the current line of radios. It will also be compatible with previous models (such as the FT-1D, FTM-400D, and FT-991).

3.) Q – The FT-1(DR/XDR) is not pictured in recent advertising, so is it not going to be able to work with System Fusion II?
A – The ad shows the current and upcoming models in the Yaesu System Fusion product line. Including discontinued models in our advertising would be confusing. Simply because a product is or isn’t pictured in a piece of advertising does not indicate anything else.

4.) Q – Is Wires-X discontinued, since the HRI-200 is not pictured in the ad?
A – Wires-X is NOT discontinued and will still be used and active in the landscape of System Fusion II. This includes a remote base node (radio and HRI-200) setup or a direct connection to a repeater. NOTE: A DR-2x repeater does NOT support both the IMRS LAN option AND a direct connection WIRES-X configuration. You must choose one OR the other.

5.) Q – How will my ‘older radios’ be able to operate or work with the new features of System Fusion II?
A – All radios will have firmware upgrades made available that can be downloaded from the Yaesu website. These firmware updates will allow you to utilize the new features of System Fusion II.

6.) Q – Do I have to update my firmware on my radios?
A – In order to utilize the features and improvements of System Fusion II, you will need to update your radio. If you choose not to update your firmware, proper operation with equipment with System Fusion II firmware might not occur. It is always important to do perform firmware or software updates, as they do contain improvements or enhancements, plus keep your hardware current.

7.) Q – If we already have Wires-X why would someone want IMRS?
A – IMRS is an add-on option when ordering your DR-2x and offers a means of digital voice linking that is all contained within the DR-2x. You will need a computer to set-up the linking and DG-ID’s that correspond to the linking. However, once the set-up is complete no computer or external device will be needed for normal operation.

8.) Q – DG-ID has been mentioned a lot so what is it and why is it being used?
A – DG-ID replaces the existing DSQ function. Some of the things that will be noticeable with DG-ID, is that you have a separate Rx and Tx selection. In addition, DG-ID will no longer have a ‘BREAK’ function, but DG-ID 00 is considered “off”. DG-ID codes range from 00 – 99.

9.) Q – Does this mean that DG-ID will be assigned on a per-channel basis?
A – DG-ID will still be a global setting because of the way that it can be used on a system. As an example, the local repeater might use DG-ID 71 to access it locally. But, if you want to access the two repeaters using IMRS the end user might use DG-ID 90. If it is part of a multi-repeater network and the user wishes to access them ALL then they might select DG-ID 99. For these reasons, it is set-up to be on a global basis and not a per-channel basis.

10.) Q – I now understand DG-ID, but what is DP-ID and what will it be used for in System Fusion II?
A – One of the features of the DR-2x will be a priority override or remote control of the repeater. To help keep these features secure, DP-ID will be used. It works as a unique identifier, that must be synchronized with the DR-2x, in order to allow that radio to be able to control the DR-2x remotely.

More detailed information will be communicated to our customers as System Fusion II is implemented and expanded.