Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - kw7y

Pages: [1]
1
General discussion forum / Re: K3/0 control cable FREE
« on: 2021-09-28, 23:57:18 »
it's gone

thanks

2
I would be interested to know what CODEC, RX Jitter buffer, RX Jitter delay and Audio Packet size you are using for acceptable audio quality and minimal dropouts when connecting the RRC Control unit to the internet via a cell phone hot spot.

Thanks

- Paul

3
General discussion forum / Garbled Audio
« on: 2021-08-23, 19:11:45 »
I was using the system today for a couple of hours, over the home network (not internet). At one point the audio become completely garbled and unintelligible in both directions. I had to reboot (pull the RRC-control power plug) to fix the problem.

I have no indication of RF getting into the either the RRC-Radio or RRC-Control.

Any thoughts on why this might happen?

- Paul KW7Y

4
PROBLEM FIXED:

I upgraded the firmware to 2.95 from 2.91. I changed the WebServer Port to 82 from 81 (80 is used elsewhere on my system). I changed the Telnet port back to the default of 23 from 24. I made all 3 changes at the same time so i don't know which one really fixed it, but 2 days now and no disconnects.

- Paul  KW7Y

5
Mike -

By "try with an ordinary switch" do you mean plug them both into the same switch instead of the router? Presumably the switch needs to be connected to the router in order for IPs to be assigned.

Thanks

- Paul

6
I have my RRC Control and RRC Radio on the same internal wired network. Both are plugged in to the same router. Periodically they are losing connection and eventually reconnect. The RRC Radio has a fixed IP and the RRC Control is DHCP

Any suggestions as to what might be causing this?

Thanks

- Paul

7
General discussion forum / K3/0 control cable FREE
« on: 2021-08-06, 05:41:04 »
I inherited a Remote Rig Set up. It included the K3/0 control cable which I have no use for. It's yours for the cost of shipping $10.00

- Paul  KW7Y

8
Mike

It's fixed. "Some how" the RRC Radio MODE reverted to type 2 where as it should have been type 4 like the RRC Control.

Thanks

- Paul

9
Mike -

What you say is what I would expect but that is not how it is working in my case.

I have +9V through 1K attached to that pin. With the two RRCs DISCONNECTED the voltage is 9V on the RRC Radio PTT pin. With the two RRCs CONNECTED the voltage on PTT is 30mV independent of whether the RRC Radio STATUS says ON or OFF.

- Paul

10
Thanks to your help I now have audio passing between the RCC's (with no data connection to a radio), using Mode 4.

I'm having a problem getting PTT to pass to the RCC Radio AUX/MIC connector pin called PTT.

Grounding the PTT AUX/MIC pin at the RCC Control correctly toggles PTT in the RCC Radio STATUS page to ON. It also stops audio coming from the Radio which I assume is correct (maybe there's a setting to stop that happening). However it does not toggle the RCC Radio PTT pin; in fact that pin  on the RCC Radio is always grounded.  Am I missing a setting that enables the RRC Radio PTT pin on the AUX/MIC connector?

11
I think I found the answer in somebody else's post. There's a CONNECT button on the STATUS page.

- Paul

12
I have a special application where I wish to pass audio back and forth but will not have the RRCs connected for control to a radio.

I have set the RRC Control and RRC Radio in Program Mode 4 (Kenwood/Yaesu generic).

It seems that without an actual radio (and maybe PC) connected to the RS232 ports that the RRCs remain "disconnected".

Is there anyway I can fool the RRCs to think that they has a PC and Radio connected so that I can pass audio back and forth?

Thanks

Paul KW7Y

13
Can any body suggest a Ethernet -WiFi bridge they are  successfully using on the RRC Control box?

Thanks

- Paul  KW7Y
 

Pages: [1]