Unfortunately, the DR1-X repeater does not offer a LAN interface to be able to be connected directly to a network. Furthermore, its internal repeater control does not support DG-ID (System Fusion II).
However, the DR1-X with its [Control I/O] connector offers the option of using an external repeater control, for example an MMDVM modem. (Attention: DR1-XFR not supportet)
This expansion can be carried out without interfering with the repeater hardware and turns the DR1-X into a full-fledged mmdvm repeater, which now also supports DG-ID (System Fusion II) and can be connected directly to a YCS server.
very good experiences have been made with the following hardware:
required parts for the connection cable:
Please do not use a VGA screen cable, as not all of the required connections are usually contacted here.
Please note the information in the following documents:
|PIN [CONTROL I/O]||Description||Comment||PIN STM32_DVM||Description|
|1||BASE||Bridge to Pin 5 [CONTROL I/O]|
|11||EXT port 1||Bridge to Pin 10 [CONTROL I/O]|
|12||EXT port 2||Bridge to Pin 15 [CONTROL I/O] with 470 Ohm Resistor|
|15||Switched VCC (13.8 V)|
Further useful information for the configuration of the DR1-X and instructions for level adjustment of the MMDVM board with the help of pistar can be found in the following document: