[NHRC-user] Autopatch and IRLP on NHRC controller?
wcarter at kvoa.com
Sun Jun 29 18:19:16 EDT 2003
I am using a NHRC4 with my 900 MHz repeater and IRLP. I use the remote port
to control a 900 MHz Maxtrac. It talks to another 900 MHz Maxtrac at the
computer site. This way I don't need to have a computer at the repeater
site. The only mod was to take the main receive audio and jumper it to the
remote output so the Remote radio did not get the Repeater ID, or Beep. This
also stopped the DTMF mute. (Need DTMF to control the IRLP) It has been
running for over a year now here in Tucson.
BUT! I do not see where you would need a link radio. Seems that you could
just hook the IRLP controls to the NHRC controller like a radio.
900 MHz in Tucson
927.3125 DPL 606
927.8875 DPL 606
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Otterson" <jeff at nhrc.net>
To: <nhrc-user at nhrc.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: [NHRC-user] Autopatch and IRLP on NHRC controller?
> The NHRC-4 does not support an autopatch. The NHRC-10 is the only
> controller that supports autopatch.
> Any of our linking controllers will support IRLP, however, the NHRC-6
> supports IRLP and EchoLink particularly well.
> Jeff Otterson
> NHRC LLC
> At 12:47 PM 6/29/2003, you wrote:
> >I am thinking about purchasing a NHRC controller. I've been looking at
> >NHRC-4 in particular. I don't really need voice ID. Can I connect an
> >autopatch and IRLP hardware to this controller or would I need additional
> >link ports?
> >NHRC-user mailing list
> >NHRC-user at nhrc.net
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