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Re: DTMF Regen level

David Cameron - IRLP
 

In the dtmfregen script is the following:

if [ -z "$DIAL_OPTIONS" ] ; then
${DIAL} --volume 25 ${1}p
else
${DIAL} ${DIAL_OPTIONS} ${1}p
fi

That means by default the "volume" is set at 25. If you look at the dial program, there are many options.

$ ./dial --?
usage: dial [options] number ...
Valid options with their default values are:
Duration options:
--tone-time 100
--silent-time 50
--sleep-time 500
Audio output options:
--output-dev /dev/dsp
--use-audio 1
--bufsize 4096
--speed 8000
--bits 8
Audio generation options:
--table-size 256
--volume 100
--left 0
--right 0

If you want to edit the options, such as lowering the volume to 10, use the environment file:

export DIAL_OPTIONS="--volume 10"

If you want to change the tone-time or silent-time, you can do that too:

export DIAL_OPTIONS="--volume 10 --tone-time 50 --silent-time 20"

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 2020-05-04 3:26 p.m., Rich Ball wrote:
Hi,
Is there a way to adjust the DTMF regen level independently of the alsamixer control?
Thanks,
Rich, WA2ZPX
Node 4130

DTMF Regen level

Rich Ball
 

Hi,

Is there a way to adjust the DTMF regen level independently of the alsamixer control?  

Thanks,

Rich, WA2ZPX
Node 4130

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

pete damron
 

If I unsubscribe to this feed below.....will I still get other Irlp groups of interest.


On Mon, May 4, 2020, 2:57 PM Bob Dengler <no6b@...> wrote:
At 5/4/2020 11:07 AM, you wrote:
>The NASA feed way back when was provided by a ham who worked at JPL in Pasadena, CA. His feed went into one of the reflectors and we all listened in.

>If things are now private, maybe someone who is a ham or knows a ham at SpaceX or Boeing could help.

The launch will be carried on the NASA web page:

<https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-to-provide-coverage-of-spacex-commercial-crew-test-flight-with-astronauts>

We have plans to retransmit this onto the JPLARC's 147.150 repeater in La Canada.  I may also carry it on my local open system, which covers some of the greater LA area: 445.080 (-) PL-103.5.

Bob NO6B




Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Yes this is what needs to happen:
1) You need a high quality stream of the audio
2) You need a node that is designated to stream the audio into the system.
3) Someone needs to make a VOX controller or some type that will do two things:
- Detect when there is audio and close a contact, connected to the COS of the node, and start/stop the stream of audio
- Not allow a continuous audio stream / COS trigger for more than 3 minutes.

Then you work with the reflector owner to set up a channel as listen only, then define the node as the "talking station". This is easy to do, and will be made easier once new reflector control software is made later this month.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 2020-05-04 11:13 a.m., Chris Schwab wrote:
I was thinking you could just grab the audio from Youtube though I'm not sure how to get that audio to the reflector if there wasn't a better feed available. Of course I'd ask permission of the reflector owner, though I'm missing the piece of how to make the pieces in the middle work.
Chris
On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 2:07 PM Phil Zocco <n1bow@... <mailto:n1bow@...>> wrote:
The NASA feed way back when was provided by a ham who worked at JPL
in Pasadena, CA. His feed went into one of the reflectors and we all
listened in. ____
__ __
If things are now private, maybe someone who is a ham or knows a ham
at SpaceX or Boeing could help.____
__ __
The NASA feeds had great audio. The highlight for me was when we
were listening to one of the Space Shuttle crews doing major
replacement work on the Hubbell Telescope. ____
__ __
Anyway, my $0.02 ____
__ __
73,____
__ __
Phil N1BOW____
Nodes 5960 and 4656____
AMT MP 113.6____
Niantic, CT USA Earth____
__ __
*From:*IRLP@irlp.groups.io <mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io>
[mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io <mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io>] *On Behalf
Of *Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
*Sent:* Monday, May 04, 2020 1:19 PM
*To:* IRLP@irlp.groups.io <mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT____
__ __
Maybe in the fact that you (or any user) is not being compensated it
may be okay. Still not sure I would go there.____
As for picking up the feed. That may not be nearly as available as
you may think or hope for. Since it is business it may be pretty
hidden and for that matter, encrypted. Since they are fairly new at
this, I'm sure if something goes wrong they aren't going to want
everyone to hear what is going on. I will guess they are going to
protect themselves.____
IF (big if) it is available, I would just look for space (no pun
intended) on a normal reflector so if someone would like to connect
to it, it would be easy to do.____
Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464
----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io <mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 11:04:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Drifting WAY OT now..
>
> I was looking at 97.113..
>
> (c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating
from any type
> of radio station other than an amateur station, except
propagation and
> weather forecast information intended for use by the general
public and
> originated from United States Government stations, and
communications,
> including incidental music, originating on United States Government
> frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth
stations.
> Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications
retransmissions must be
> obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Such
> retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio
operators.
> Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications
> retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only
> occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.
>
> You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at
the time
> I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned
commercial
> operations.
>
> Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing
this, what
> would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could
probably
> come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start
to get the
> audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an
> experimental reflector?
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater
Association
> (TARRA) wrote:
>
> > I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US
government
> > communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.
> >
> > Mick - W7CAT
> > Node 3464
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Chris Schwab
> > To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io <mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io>
> > Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
> > Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT
> >
> > > Good morning!
> > >
> > > During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP
reflector
> > > that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions.
While I
> > > agree that times have changed and there are other means of
following
> > > the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> > > mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio
via
> > > IRLP.
> > >
> > > With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned
missions, is
> > > anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Chris N4BSA
> > > IRLP 4647
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > --
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > [image: 0]
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
____
-- ____
____
0____
__

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Bob Dengler
 

At 5/4/2020 11:07 AM, you wrote:
The NASA feed way back when was provided by a ham who worked at JPL in Pasadena, CA. His feed went into one of the reflectors and we all listened in.
Â
If things are now private, maybe someone who is a ham or knows a ham at SpaceX or Boeing could help.
The launch will be carried on the NASA web page:

<https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-to-provide-coverage-of-spacex-commercial-crew-test-flight-with-astronauts>

We have plans to retransmit this onto the JPLARC's 147.150 repeater in La Canada. I may also carry it on my local open system, which covers some of the greater LA area: 445.080 (-) PL-103.5.

Bob NO6B

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Chris Schwab
 

I was thinking you could just grab the audio from Youtube though I'm not sure how to get that audio to the reflector if there wasn't a better feed available. Of course I'd ask permission of the reflector owner, though I'm missing the piece of how to make the pieces in the middle work.

Chris


On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 2:07 PM Phil Zocco <n1bow@...> wrote:

The NASA feed way back when was provided by a ham who worked at JPL in Pasadena, CA. His feed went into one of the reflectors and we all listened in.

 

If things are now private, maybe someone who is a ham or knows a ham at SpaceX or Boeing could help.

 

The NASA feeds had great audio. The highlight for me was when we were listening to one of the Space Shuttle crews doing major replacement work on the Hubbell Telescope.

 

Anyway, my $0.02

 

73,

 

Phil N1BOW

Nodes 5960 and 4656

AMT MP 113.6

Niantic, CT USA Earth

 

From: IRLP@irlp.groups.io [mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io] On Behalf Of Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 1:19 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

 

Maybe in the fact that you (or any user) is not being compensated it may be okay. Still not sure I would go there.

As for picking up the feed. That may not be nearly as available as you may think or hope for. Since it is business it may be pretty hidden and for that matter, encrypted. Since they are fairly new at this, I'm sure if something goes wrong they aren't going to want everyone to hear what is going on. I will guess they are going to protect themselves.

IF (big if) it is available, I would just look for space (no pun intended) on a normal reflector so if someone would like to connect to it, it would be easy to do.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 11:04:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Drifting WAY OT now..
>
> I was looking at 97.113..
>
> (c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating from any type
> of radio station other than an amateur station, except propagation and
> weather forecast information intended for use by the general public and
> originated from United States Government stations, and communications,
> including incidental music, originating on United States Government
> frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth stations.
> Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications retransmissions must be
> obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Such
> retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio operators.
> Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications
> retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only
> occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.
>
> You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at the time
> I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned commercial
> operations.
>
> Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing this, what
> would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could probably
> come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start to get the
> audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an
> experimental reflector?
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association
> (TARRA) wrote:
>
> > I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government
> > communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.
> >
> > Mick - W7CAT
> > Node 3464
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Chris Schwab
> > To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
> > Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
> > Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT
> >
> > > Good morning!
> > >
> > > During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> > > that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> > > agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> > > the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> > > mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> > > IRLP.
> > >
> > > With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> > > anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Chris N4BSA
> > > IRLP 4647
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > --
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > [image: 0]
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>

--

 

0

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Phil Zocco
 

The NASA feed way back when was provided by a ham who worked at JPL in Pasadena, CA. His feed went into one of the reflectors and we all listened in.

 

If things are now private, maybe someone who is a ham or knows a ham at SpaceX or Boeing could help.

 

The NASA feeds had great audio. The highlight for me was when we were listening to one of the Space Shuttle crews doing major replacement work on the Hubbell Telescope.

 

Anyway, my $0.02

 

73,

 

Phil N1BOW

Nodes 5960 and 4656

AMT MP 113.6

Niantic, CT USA Earth

 

From: IRLP@irlp.groups.io [mailto:IRLP@irlp.groups.io] On Behalf Of Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 1:19 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

 

Maybe in the fact that you (or any user) is not being compensated it may be okay. Still not sure I would go there.

As for picking up the feed. That may not be nearly as available as you may think or hope for. Since it is business it may be pretty hidden and for that matter, encrypted. Since they are fairly new at this, I'm sure if something goes wrong they aren't going to want everyone to hear what is going on. I will guess they are going to protect themselves.

IF (big if) it is available, I would just look for space (no pun intended) on a normal reflector so if someone would like to connect to it, it would be easy to do.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 11:04:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Drifting WAY OT now..
>
> I was looking at 97.113..
>
> (c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating from any type
> of radio station other than an amateur station, except propagation and
> weather forecast information intended for use by the general public and
> originated from United States Government stations, and communications,
> including incidental music, originating on United States Government
> frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth stations.
> Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications retransmissions must be
> obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Such
> retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio operators.
> Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications
> retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only
> occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.
>
> You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at the time
> I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned commercial
> operations.
>
> Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing this, what
> would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could probably
> come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start to get the
> audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an
> experimental reflector?
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association
> (TARRA) wrote:
>
> > I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government
> > communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.
> >
> > Mick - W7CAT
> > Node 3464
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Chris Schwab
> > To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
> > Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
> > Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT
> >
> > > Good morning!
> > >
> > > During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> > > that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> > > agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> > > the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> > > mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> > > IRLP.
> > >
> > > With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> > > anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Chris N4BSA
> > > IRLP 4647
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > --
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > [image: 0]
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>

--

 

0

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Rick NK7I
 

As NASA has permitted hams to rebroadcast space communications (NOT their TV audio) for the last few decades, I'd submit that (in the US) rebroadcast of what launch or earth-space audio NASA puts out on this is also covered, regardless of the original source, which may be commercial.

If NASA covers it, you can rebroadcast NASA and punt it to a reflector so other in in IRLP-dom can link and listen. 

It is my strong suggestion that the settings allow listen only on that reflector, except for the station punting audio so that other 'random' audio isn't allowed.  That would require most likely, contact with the reflector owner/mods.

73,
Rick NK7I


On 5/4/2020 10:04 AM, Chris Schwab wrote:
Drifting WAY OT now..

I was looking at 97.113.. 

(c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating from any type of radio station other than an amateur station, except propagation and weather forecast information intended for use by the general public and originated from United States Government stations, and communications, including incidental music, originating on United States Government frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth stations. Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications retransmissions must be obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Such retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio operators. Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.

You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at the time I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned commercial operations. 

Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing this, what would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could probably come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start to get the audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an experimental reflector?

Chris 



On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA) <tarra@...> wrote:

I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Good morning!
>
> During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> IRLP.
>
> With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
>
> Thanks,
> Chris N4BSA
> IRLP 4647
>
>
>
>
--

 
0

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
 

Maybe in the fact that you (or any user) is not being compensated it may be okay. Still not sure I would go there.

As for picking up the feed. That may not be nearly as available as you may think or hope for. Since it is business it may be pretty hidden and for that matter, encrypted. Since they are fairly new at this, I'm sure if something goes wrong they aren't going to want everyone to hear what is going on. I will guess they are going to protect themselves.

IF (big if) it is available, I would just look for space (no pun intended) on a normal reflector so if someone would like to connect to it, it would be easy to do.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 11:04:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Drifting WAY OT now..
>
> I was looking at 97.113..
>
> (c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating from any type
> of radio station other than an amateur station, except propagation and
> weather forecast information intended for use by the general public and
> originated from United States Government stations, and communications,
> including incidental music, originating on United States Government
> frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth stations.
> Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications retransmissions must be
> obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Such
> retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio operators.
> Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications
> retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only
> occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.
>
> You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at the time
> I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned commercial
> operations.
>
> Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing this, what
> would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could probably
> come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start to get the
> audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an
> experimental reflector?
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association
> (TARRA) wrote:
>
> > I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government
> > communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.
> >
> > Mick - W7CAT
> > Node 3464
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Chris Schwab
> > To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
> > Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
> > Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT
> >
> > > Good morning!
> > >
> > > During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> > > that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> > > agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> > > the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> > > mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> > > IRLP.
> > >
> > > With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> > > anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Chris N4BSA
> > > IRLP 4647
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > --
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > [image: 0]
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
--

 

0

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Chris Schwab
 

Drifting WAY OT now..

I was looking at 97.113.. 

(c) No station shall retransmit programs or signals emanating from any type of radio station other than an amateur station, except propagation and weather forecast information intended for use by the general public and originated from United States Government stations, and communications, including incidental music, originating on United States Government frequencies between a manned spacecraft and its associated Earth stations. Prior approval for manned spacecraft communications retransmissions must be obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Such retransmissions must be for the exclusive use of amateur radio operators. Propagation, weather forecasts, and manned spacecraft communications retransmissions may not be conducted on a regular basis, but only occasionally, as an incident of normal amateur radio communications.

You're right, it doesn't specify commercial vs government, but at the time I'm sure 97.113 never considered the possibility of manned commercial operations. 

Looping this back to IRLP, if no one else is currently doing this, what would it take to feed the audio? I have the bandwidth and could probably come up with the hardware, I'd just have no idea where to start to get the audio fed into a reflector channel. Would this best be handled on an experimental reflector?

Chris 



On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 12:27 PM Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA) <tarra@...> wrote:

I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Good morning!
>
> During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> IRLP.
>
> With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
>
> Thanks,
> Chris N4BSA
> IRLP 4647
>
>
>
>
--

 

0

Re: NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Teton Amateur Radio Repeater Association (TARRA)
 

I think the key here is the space shuttle was essentially US government communications. Spacex & Boeing would be commercial.

Mick - W7CAT
Node 3464

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Schwab
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 09:36:01 AM
Subject: [IRLP] NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

> Good morning!
>
> During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
> that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
> agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
> the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
> mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
> IRLP.
>
> With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
> anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?
>
> Thanks,
> Chris N4BSA
> IRLP 4647
>
>
>
>
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NASA Audio Broadcast - Slightly OT

Chris Schwab
 

Good morning!

During the space shuttle era there was at least one IRLP reflector
that carried the NASA TV audio during space shuttle missions. While I
agree that times have changed and there are other means of following
the missions, it was nice to be able to follow along during the
mission while out driving around by listening in on the audio via
IRLP.

With Spacex (and Boeing) soon to be launching manned missions, is
anyone carrying this audio still, or are there plans to?

Thanks,
Chris N4BSA
IRLP 4647

Re: IRLP timers within an Echolink enabled (Dave Cameron built) Pi node #piirlp

k9dc
 

On May 3, 2020, at 23:28, Timothy Mc Bain - VK3MIT <vk3mit@...> wrote:
Hello Group;
When a Pi IRLP unit is operating in Echolink mode, do the IRLP timeout timers have any interaction with the Echolink connection at all, or are both systems absolutely mutually exclusive?? - i.e. they share the same box and internet connection, but outside of that, are they completely independent of one another??
Many thanks;
Tim.
VK3MIT
No. All the standard IRLP timers are in play. PTT lock of 5 minutes, COS lock of 4 minutes and the inactivity timer set to whatever you set it to in custom/timeoutvalue

Basically the IRLP software makes a standard IRLP call to a locally installed copy of theBridge conference software at 127.0.0.1 (localhost). Echolink call set up is handled by theBridge after the IRLP call is established locally (yes, echolink conferences can make calla, something IRLP reflectors cannot). This is why when you interrogate the status of your node during an echolink call, it tells you, you are connected to yourself, which is actually true from the perspective of IRLP.

Echolink charges their users a annual fee (US$40) to operate a conference bridge. But they tolerate EchoIRLP installations as not really being a conference when set to a max of 2 users (the 2 users being your IRLP node and an external echolink node). MaxConferenceClients must be configured to 2, no more no less. Echolink does scan their network and will shut off your node if they find MaxConferenceClients set to more than 2. You may also run into an Echolink conference configured to not allow calls from other conferences. This can block EchoIRLP stations from connecting. If that happens, there is nothing you can do on your side to fix it.

None of us on the team really knows how the Echolink side of EchoIRLP actually works, thus we do not support the package at all. We have no insight in to the echolink network and cannot help with EchoIRLP issues at all. If you have trouble with EchoIRLP, we will probably tell you to check your echolink callsign and password (very common), and/or re-install the package. Remember the -L and -R callsigns are completely separate entities in Echolink. You must apply for a separate -L or -R callsign before the software will work.

There used to be a separate group that provided support for EchoIRLP, but they have gone silent and appear to no longer exist.

-k9dc

IRLP timers within an Echolink enabled (Dave Cameron built) Pi node #piirlp

Timothy Mc Bain - VK3MIT
 

Hello Group;

When a Pi IRLP unit is operating in Echolink mode, do the IRLP timeout timers have any interaction with the Echolink connection at all, or are both systems absolutely mutually exclusive?? - i.e. they share the same box and internet connection, but outside of that, are they completely independent of one another?? 

Many thanks;

Tim.
VK3MIT

Re: NOexport

dsay2001
 

Found it! I know exactly how it happened too. ;).
Thanks again.

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 11:26 AM Don Sayler <don.sayler@...> wrote:
I will check, thanks.

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 11:12 AM David Cameron - IRLP <dcameron@...> wrote:
This is an error in your environment file someplace.

Have a look - it should be obvious with a line starting with NOexport
and  the previous line missing its NO or YES.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 03/05/2020 10:59 a.m., dsay2001 wrote:
> A few days ago, I started seeing this message when I sign into our
> node over SSH:
> Linux 2.4.32-irlp.
> -bash: NOexport: command not found
> -bash: NOexport: command not found
>
> This is new...what does it mean?
> I haven't signed in locally, so I don't know if the message is
> displayed on the local terminal.
>
> Thanks.
> Don Sayler W7OXR, node 3978.
>




Re: NOexport

dsay2001
 

I will check, thanks.

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 11:12 AM David Cameron - IRLP <dcameron@...> wrote:
This is an error in your environment file someplace.

Have a look - it should be obvious with a line starting with NOexport
and  the previous line missing its NO or YES.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 03/05/2020 10:59 a.m., dsay2001 wrote:
> A few days ago, I started seeing this message when I sign into our
> node over SSH:
> Linux 2.4.32-irlp.
> -bash: NOexport: command not found
> -bash: NOexport: command not found
>
> This is new...what does it mean?
> I haven't signed in locally, so I don't know if the message is
> displayed on the local terminal.
>
> Thanks.
> Don Sayler W7OXR, node 3978.
>




Re: NOexport

David Cameron - IRLP
 

This is an error in your environment file someplace.

Have a look - it should be obvious with a line starting with NOexport and  the previous line missing its NO or YES.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 03/05/2020 10:59 a.m., dsay2001 wrote:
A few days ago, I started seeing this message when I sign into our node over SSH:
Linux 2.4.32-irlp.
-bash: NOexport: command not found
-bash: NOexport: command not found

This is new...what does it mean?
I haven't signed in locally, so I don't know if the message is displayed on the local terminal.

Thanks.
Don Sayler W7OXR, node 3978.

NOexport

dsay2001
 

A few days ago, I started seeing this message when I sign into our node over SSH:
Linux 2.4.32-irlp.
-bash: NOexport: command not found
-bash: NOexport: command not found

This is new...what does it mean? 
I haven't signed in locally, so I don't know if the message is displayed on the local terminal.

Thanks.
Don Sayler W7OXR, node 3978.

Re: Change Frequency

David Snow Sr
 

Thank You Dave for your help Got the node working but I don’t know why it did what it did but I did fixed it with help

David Snow

KD6RGX

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: David Snow Sr
Sent: Friday, May 1, 2020 9:00 AM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] Change Frequency

 

Sorry also I’m not running VPN

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: David Snow Sr
Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2020 7:12 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] Change Frequency

 

Ya that I do know that they all have the own IP Address all I did was change the frequency and the node stopped working so I think I need to update the node info to see if that fix the problem ?

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: k9dc
Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2020 5:16 PM
To: IRLP@irlp.groups.io
Subject: Re: [IRLP] Change Frequency

 

 

Nope. you can only ever have a single node on the same IP address. It has always been that way, do not expect that to change.

 

If you are running Debian, you can sign up for the free IRLP VPN service, which will provide additional unique IP addresses for each of your nodes. For information see  https://irlp.groups.io/g/IRLP/files/IRLP%20VPN%20Service

 

I have no idea what changing your frequency has to do with any of that.

 

-k9dc

 

 

> On Apr 30, 2020, at 16:10, David Snow Sr <drsnowsr11@...> wrote:

>

>

> --

> Help I had to change my frequency and now my node is not working when i go in to the node status it brings up my one node. I am running three node from my house. If i remember there is a way to bring up the other nodes with out having it attached to only one IP Address. Any Help ??

>

> Thanks

> KD6RGX

> Dave

 

 

 

 


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Help I had to change my frequency and now my node is not working when i go in to the node status it brings up my one node. I am running three node from my house. If i remember there is a way to bring up the other nodes with out having it attached to only one IP Address. Any Help ??

Thanks 
KD6RGX
Dave 

 


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Help I had to change my frequency and now my node is not working when i go in to the node status it brings up my one node. I am running three node from my house. If i remember there is a way to bring up the other nodes with out having it attached to only one IP Address. Any Help ??

Thanks 
KD6RGX
Dave 

 


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Help I had to change my frequency and now my node is not working when i go in to the node status it brings up my one node. I am running three node from my house. If i remember there is a way to bring up the other nodes with out having it attached to only one IP Address. Any Help ??

Thanks 
KD6RGX
Dave

looking for a Speaktime script that works

steelhead66@...
 

Hi all looking for a speak time script that works 

Thanks 
VE7WCC