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RE: [DVDongle] Increased Bit Error Rate when using call sign routing in Beta3 ???

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  • William Stillwell
    This is not a problem with DVTool or Dongle, or the gateways per say. This is the same problem that was seen before with audio being Doubled and slowed down,
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 4, 2008

       

      This is not a problem with DVTool or Dongle, or the gateways per say. This is the same problem that was seen before with audio being “Doubled” and slowed down, if a user tries to callsign route to a user on the same module, they data traffic is doubled, and you get a data feedback loop, and all this traffic is being stuff to the dongle user causing all kinds of “bad” data.

       

      I had sent logs to Robin (AA4RC) for his analysis.

       

      William Stillwell – KI4SWY


      Here is a sample log from “Dplus” user KI4SWY A & B Were both last seen on KJ4BYI B, and this is the log of KJ4BYI.

       

      Stream start streamid 82fc  2008/11/03 19:48:39.227

         rpt2 (KJ4BYI G) rpt1 (KJ4BYI B) urcall (KI4SWY A) mycall (KI4SWY A/    )

      Remote stream start streamid 82fc  2008/11/03 19:48:39.258

         rpt2 (KJ4BYI B) rpt1 (KJ4BYI G) urcall (KI4SWY A) mycall (KI4SWY A/    )

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

      <SNIP>

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

         missed 20 packet(s) from stream 82fc

      Stream end   streamid 82fc cnt 77 missed 740  2008/11/03 19:48:39.989

      Stream end   streamid 82fc cnt 77 missed 0  2008/11/03 19:48:39.991

       

       

       

       

      From: DVDongle@yahoogroups.com [mailto:DVDongle@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of dcooley99
      Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 10:28 AM
      To: DVDongle@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [DVDongle] Increased Bit Error Rate when using call sign routing in Beta3 ???

       

      Love the new screens and features. Great Job!
      This may not be new but when testing call sign routing I noticed that
      when the UR call is anything but cqcqcq the first part of the
      transmission is nearly unreadable and the bit error rate is through
      the roof i.e. 96/4. After a few seconds the audio clears and bit error
      rate drops to zero.
      Have tried this with several different radios same results.

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