After the basic configuration of the DR-2X repeater (uplink and downlink frequencies, transmission power, Callsign and more …) it can now be connected to a ycs server. The following article describes a recommended configuration for the ycs-server connection.
Use a micro-USB cable to connect the DR-2X repeater to a PC that has the IMRS setup software installed. Then start the IMRS setup software.
⇒ Please follow the instructions carefully so that correct operation is possible with the correct configuration.
The next step is to configure the repeater's own DG-ID (01) and the desired DG-ID's to be connected to the YCS server.
In the next step, the DG-IDs are configured which should be connected to the ycs server. It is possible to configure all DG-ID (02-99).
(Please note that only configured DG-IDs can be used. This also applies to the RF side.)
In this step, the timers for the transmission time limit (TX TOT) and DG-ID hold time (IMRS TOT) are configured.
After the DR-2X has now been successfully connected to the YCS, it will now appear on the dashboard.
Please contact the YCS server sysop so that he can enter any missing information about the new repeater.
You can find the contact email on the dashboard of the YCS (SITE-INFO).
The following information is required:
All DG-IDs (Group DG-ID) configured in the DR-2X repeater are now statically (fixed) booked on the YCS server. Especially with many configured DG-IDs, there is a desire to activate some only when required (on demand).
The YCS server sysop has the option to configure all DG-IDs of the DR-2X connection on demand and also to activate your preferred DG-IDs statically if desired.
Please tell him which DG-IDs you would like to have static (fixed) activated.
With this function it is possible to configure all DG-ID (02-99) in the DR-2X that they work with the YCS server. On the DR-2X only the traffic of the statically (fixed) activated DG-IDs can be heard. All other DG-IDs can be activated by the user on demand by simply sending in the corresponding DG-ID. This DG-ID is then automatically booked dynamically on the YCS server for 10 minutes. This DG-ID deactivates itself automatically after 10 minutes of non-use, or can also be deactivated prematurely by the user by briefly sending it in DG-ID 90.