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- Sat Mar 31, 2018 1:18 pm
- Forum: Troubleshooting
- Topic: Openspot Info No Longer Displayed
- Replies: 20
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I have been running 0138 for several days and do not experience your problem. Info works just like it did before. Maybe try flushing the cache in your browser? Maybe try a different browser?
I have tested the FW ver 0133 with my Md-380. RX audio has been flawless in the 4FSK mode. This version fixes the stuttering audio I had with versions 0127-0132 Openspot Version 0133 when used with 4FSK gets the K9IUQ "Seal of Approval". Thanks SharkRF. Now the question is what change made 0133 work...
My Md-380 and 4FSK would NOT work with OS versions 0127-0132. On my Md-380 using 4FSKRC on these versions worked but produced stuttering audio. I have used version 0126 with 4FSK for months and the MD-380 audio has been entirely satisfactory. If 4FSK works with version 0133, then that IS a change. I...
It IS encouraging that SharkRF appears to be working on the MD-380 Rx audio problems with higher Openspot firmware versions. I knew from reading this forum that SharkRf had received a MD-380 from a user that had the RX issue. This happened several weeks ago and I have not seen any further discussion...
Two things are holding the Nano-Spot from being a Openspot killer. First off it will not crossmode, and that is a biggie. Secondly HRO in the USA does not sell them. The Nano-Spot is a very interesting product. It's build quality is much higher than an Openspot and it has many wanted features that t...
Now the only solution seems to be not to use the defected radio with the openspot. - Veijo OH3NFC I do not see it as a defective radio. I see it as defective Openspot programing. My MD-380 works flawlessly with firmware 126 and earlier. Firmware 127 and later makes my Md-380 stutter on RX. Why blam...
- Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:29 pm
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: OpenSpot with Tp-Link setup
- Replies: 60
- Views: 19633
I have an iPhone6 with the V4 TP-Link TL-WR802N and I have been through just about every procedure out there to get it to connect in client mode to my iPhone hotspot. that is missing from all the discussions on this that I have found is what version of iOS the successful iPhone owners are running w...
- Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:12 am
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: OpenSpot Frequency Correction and/or demodulation weirdness
- Replies: 2
- Views: 806
Before blaming the Openspot I would check the frequency of your radios and the Openspot xmitter with a frequency counter. The GD-77 radio is a cheapo China radio and could very well be off freq. OTOH the FT-2Dr is a much better radio, but of course does not do DMR directly. I have a Ft-2DR which I u...