jcweston at kingston.net
Tue Jun 19 21:59:47 EDT 2007
Yes it seems to be a feedback..as I discribed previously. To avoid this I am
told when using the NHRC 4 controller the main repeater port must have
priority over the link port. In this case, using the NHRC 5 controller.
There is no apparent method of designating port priority. I would appear
that this has been taken care of by the design of the controller board.
Thanks for the reply Jeff..!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Otterson" <jeff at nhrc.net>
To: "NHRC User Community Mailing List" <nhrc-user at nhrc.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 8:24 PM
Subject: Re: [NHRC-user] NHRC-5
> Do you mean feedback?
> At 02:13 PM 6/19/2007, you wrote:
>> Recently I have purchased an NHRC_5 controller from NHRC. From
>> past experience using NHRC-4 controllers it has been noted that the main
>> repeater has to have priority over the link port . This function is done
>> when setting the nhrc-4 controller up on its initial install. Upon
>> installing the new NHRC-5 controller on a linked repeater on our system
>> we are experiencing severe squeeling or feedback similar to that which
>> would occur with the NHRC-4 controller if the main repeater port Has
>> not been given priority. There is no reference to port priority in the
>> the NHRC-5 manual so we have assumed that the new logic of the board
>> takes care of any port priority issues. Can anyone shed some light on
>> this subject. It should be noted that all cavities and related items have
>> been rechecked with an IRF scope and all seems to be in order.
>>Thanks so much for time an help folks.
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>>NHRC-user at nhrc.net
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