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Someone created an Alexa skill that talks to the Brandmeister API. It would be a roundabout way to voice control your OpenSPOT. I don't know anything about it, but I saw this video a while back.
No. It's beyond the scope of the SharkRF IP Connector Protocol server. A company called DVSI (Digital Voice Systems, Inc) holds the patent on the AMBE (Advanced Multi-Band Excitation) voice compression algorithm. You would need a hardware solution from DVSI, something like this , this , or this , to...
The log file location is clearly stated on the GitHub page for the SharkRF IP Connector Protocol server. " By default, srf-ip-conn-srv forks to the background and logs to the syslog (/var/log/syslog on Debian-based systems). " Has this really become an issue on your SharkRF IP Connector Protocol ser...
You have to understand that P25 uses IMBE voice encoding which is the same format used by Yaesu for VW (Voice Wide) mode. To cross mode P25 or VW to NXDN you would need a vocoder to transcode the audio to AMBE. This is not going to happen. No hotspot currently on the market has a built-in vocoder.
- Sat May 04, 2019 3:23 pm
- Forum: Feature requests
- Topic: Wires-X with Openspot 2
- Replies: 14
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Now that Yaesu does NOT require the HRI-200 in order to establish a WIRES-X node, will SharkRF be able to add full WIRES-X functionality to the OpenSpot2? What do you mean by " will SharkRF be able to add full WIRES-X functionality to the OpenSpot2 "? An HRI-200 is still required if you're linking ...
Maybe this will help. Think of there being three separate networks that support Yaesu System Fusion radios. You will see different rooms depending on which network you – or the repeater – are connect to. Wires-X – This is the official network provided by Yaesu . This is a closed network. To connect ...