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Re: [irlp-embedded] Feature requests for the new Embedded ITX machines....

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  • David Cameron - IRLP
    Yes,no problems. I have not got a chance to get back to everyone. Dave On Fri,
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 14, 2006
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      Yes,no problems. I have not got a chance to get back to everyone.

      Dave

      On Fri,
      14 Jul 2006, Donald Jacob wrote:

      > Dave,
      > When you announced the embedded system I sent an email wishing to be on the
      > pre-order list. Did I make it?
      > 73
      > Don WB5EKU
      > Node 3830
      >
      >
      > On 7/10/06, ve7ltd <dcameron@...> wrote:
      >>
      >> I am almost ready to start selling these beasties. Thanks for the
      >> people who have requested a pre-order, and I will be giving the extra
      >> $50 discount.
      >>
      >> Here are some things I have clarified on the embedded.html page:
      >>
      >> 1) The power consumption is around 14 watts. That is 1.15 amps at 12V.
      >> Better than I had originally thought
      >>
      >> 2) The audio card is amazing. It allows for multiple calls to it
      >> without any degredation in sound quality. You can pipe IRLP audio, an
      >> ID, and MP3, and maybe some voice IDs all at once, without affecting
      >> the quality of any stream, although it is a little hard to understand :)
      >>
      >> 3) I have mastered the "flash_sync" script which syncs changes in the
      >> volatile RAM filesystem to the flash device. This means that you can
      >> change your node how you want, and update the flash card yourself. It
      >> you manage to screw it up, I plan to have a way to recover the card
      >> using a windows machine.... I know ick...
      >>
      >> 4) Minicom and the serial port all work fine for controller
      >> interfacing.
      >>
      >> 5) The installed irlp-controller script works well with an external
      >> script to set the courtesy tone(s) and pitch, COS timer, etc.
      >>
      >> Please have a read over the features on the following site, and think
      >> of things you would like to see added to this system. I would like to
      >> pack as much as I can in before sending out the first units.
      >>
      >> http://www.irlp.net/embedded.html
      >>
      >> Dave Cameron
      >>
      >>
      >
    • AK5Z@ARRL.NET
      Thanks, Dave. That also answers my previous question (and probably quite a few other folks same question). 73, John, AK5Z Node 3539 ... From: David Cameron -
      Message 2 of 5 , Jul 14, 2006
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        Thanks, Dave.  That also answers my previous question (and probably quite a few other folks same question).
        73,
        John, AK5Z
        Node 3539
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Friday, July 14, 2006 10:17 AM
        Subject: Re: [irlp-embedded] Feature requests for the new Embedded ITX machines....

        Yes,no problems. I have not got a chance to get back to everyone.

        Dave

        On Fri,
        14 Jul 2006, Donald Jacob wrote:

        > Dave,
        > When you announced the embedded system I sent an email wishing to be on the
        > pre-order list. Did I make it?
        > 73
        > Don WB5EKU
        > Node 3830
        >
        >
        > On 7/10/06, ve7ltd <dcameron@irlp. net> wrote:
        >>
        >> I am almost ready to start selling these beasties. Thanks for the
        >> people who have requested a pre-order, and I will be giving the extra
        >> $50 discount.
        >>
        >> Here are some things I have clarified on the embedded.html page:
        >>
        >> 1) The power consumption is around 14 watts. That is 1.15 amps at 12V.
        >> Better than I had originally thought
        >>
        >> 2) The audio card is amazing. It allows for multiple calls to it
        >> without any degredation in sound quality. You can pipe IRLP audio, an
        >> ID, and MP3, and maybe some voice IDs all at once, without affecting
        >> the quality of any stream, although it is a little hard to understand :)
        >>
        >> 3) I have mastered the "flash_sync" script which syncs changes in the
        >> volatile RAM filesystem to the flash device. This means that you can
        >> change your node how you want, and update the flash card yourself. It
        >> you manage to screw it up, I plan to have a way to recover the card
        >> using a windows machine.... I know ick...
        >>
        >> 4) Minicom and the serial port all work fine for controller
        >> interfacing.
        >>
        >> 5) The installed irlp-controller script works well with an external
        >> script to set the courtesy tone(s) and pitch, COS timer, etc.
        >>
        >> Please have a read over the features on the following site, and think
        >> of things you would like to see added to this system. I would like to
        >> pack as much as I can in before sending out the first units.
        >>
        >> http://www.irlp. net/embedded. html
        >>
        >> Dave Cameron
        >>
        >>
        >

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