RE: [tracker2] Re: "Use PTT Input" & "Suppress PTT out on PTT In"
- I really haven't tested the PTT input at all yet in the T2. I'll check it out when I get a chance. I'm not sure the signals are even properly defined yet.Scott
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of kg6uyt
Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 10:53 AM
Subject: [tracker2] Re: "Use PTT Input" & "Suppress PTT out on PTT In"
If I turn on "Use PTT Input" (using the config utility) the LED
turns on to constantly red. If Ground the PTT_IN the LED turns off.
And when I remove the ground it turns red again. Is that the way it
--- In tracker2@yahoogroup s.com, <scott@...> wrote:
> The Suppress option actually does two different things. In PTT
> it doesn't assert the PTT output until after you unkey. In theory
> you use an unbroken PTT line, but it doesn't guarantee that your
> drop PTT briefly.
> In normal operation, it lets you use the PTT input to share a
> other units. Actually, I may not have ported that over from the
> yet. But it functions like another CD input.
> From: tracker2@yahoogroup s.com [mailto:tracker2@yahoogroup s.com]
> Of Jason Winningham
> Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 8:44 AM
> To: tracker2@yahoogroup s.com
> Subject: Re: [tracker2] "Use PTT Input" & "Suppress PTT out on PTT
> On Nov 20, 2006, at 10:23 AM, kg6uyt wrote:
> > How does the "Use PTT Input" & "Suppress PTT out on PTT In"
> I think these are to allow Mic-E type operation, where you TX a
> packet immediately after a voice transmission. The PTT from your
> goes through the tracker, hence the PTT input.
> Assuming the repeater has been configured to relay Mic-E packets
> 144.39, it's a method that allows you to TX your position to the
> network while using a single radio whose primary mission is voice