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 ===== YCS Server Overview ===== ===== YCS Server Overview =====
-=== New features have been implemented on the YCS servers === +==== New features have been implemented on the YCS servers ==== 
-a solution for connecting repeater bridges and hotspots using the C4FM / Yaesu Fusion 2 amateur radio digital protocol with excellent operational quality and customized configurations. It is a project developed by Kurt OE1KBC. In Italy the reference server is YCS222 and is interconnected with the BrandMeister 2222 network and the DMRPlus networkfor a complete and widespread presence on the territory. This C4FM reflector is available to all amateur radio colleagues and allows you to simplify connection management through a single and practical dashboard. Furthermore, if someone wants to do without managing their own YSF reflector, they can now easily rely on this system to continue normal operation with the new resources available. The YCS world reflectors are interconnected, so it is easily possible to make foreign QSOs as is already the case for the DMR and DSTAR world. Let's see in detail the operating procedures.+a solution for connecting repeater bridges and hotspots using the C4FM / Yaesu Fusion 2 amateur radio digital protocol with excellent operational quality and customized configurations. It is a project developed by Kurt OE1KBC.
  
-=== The operational dashboard of YCS222 ===+In Italy the reference server is YCS222 and is interconnected with the BrandMeister 2222 network and the DMRPlus networkfor a complete and widespread presence on the territory. This C4FM reflector is available to all amateur radio colleagues and allows you to simplify connection management through a single and practical dashboard. Furthermore, if someone wants to do without managing their own YSF reflector, they can now easily rely on this system to continue normal operation with the new resources available. 
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 +The YCS world reflectors are interconnected, so it is easily possible to make foreign QSOs as is already the case for the DMR and DSTAR world. Let's see in detail the operating procedures. 
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 +==== The operational dashboard of YCS222 ====
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   * DG-ID : name of the DG-ID group.   * DG-ID : name of the DG-ID group.
   * TYPE : System (protocol) with which the repeater / hotspot is connected: DR-2X / IMRS, YSF, FCS   * TYPE : System (protocol) with which the repeater / hotspot is connected: DR-2X / IMRS, YSF, FCS
-  * DG-ID numbers with yellow background : DG-ID numbers that can be manually selected (on demand) but cannot be activated permanently. Duration of the request: 10 minutes. It can be deactivated instantly by sending the TX DG-ID 00 (ZERO ZERO)+  * DG-ID numbers with yellow background : DG-ID numbers that can be manually selected (on demand) but cannot be activated permanently. Duration of the request: 10 minutes. It can be deactivated instantly by sending the TX DG-ID 90 (NINE ZERO)
 Who can we QSO with on YCS222 Who can we QSO with on YCS222
 All digital amateur radio systems are very dynamic, this means that changes and new implementations and interconnections can be present frequently . To see "who we can talk to" you need to see the All digital amateur radio systems are very dynamic, this means that changes and new implementations and interconnections can be present frequently . To see "who we can talk to" you need to see the
  
-=== Matrix section ===+==== Matrix section ====
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 And if we want to talk to foreign countries (eg Spain) in C4FM? By simply selecting the relevant Group (DG-ID), as shown in the matrix displayed on the worldwide collector / server that collects the flows of all WW systems. The affected Group must be present on the source and destination servers. And if we want to talk to foreign countries (eg Spain) in C4FM? By simply selecting the relevant Group (DG-ID), as shown in the matrix displayed on the worldwide collector / server that collects the flows of all WW systems. The affected Group must be present on the source and destination servers.
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 Each server, in its DG-ID LIST section, shows the active and usable Groups: Each server, in its DG-ID LIST section, shows the active and usable Groups:
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 and, in the Interlink section, the list of connections (TG) with the DMR world through the IPSC2 servers: and, in the Interlink section, the list of connections (TG) with the DMR world through the IPSC2 servers:
  
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 === How to connect to YCS222 === === How to connect to YCS222 ===
-YAESU FUSION 2 repeaters connect directly to the server through their software, set DG-ID as base (unassigned). Communicate the repeater information to the reflector manager so that information such as frequency, location, etc. is displayed in the dashboard. Using the Pi-Star software, for MMDVM systems (repeaters and hotspots) select the connection from the drop-down menu of the available C4FM rooms, for example,  FCS222-41 to connect YCS222 and Group 41 . See below the connection to Tuscany multiprotocol in FCS mode :+YAESU FUSION 2 repeaters connect directly to the server through their software, set DG-ID 01 as base (unassigned). Communicate the repeater information to the reflector manager so that information such as frequency, location, etc. is displayed in the dashboard. Using the Pi-Star software, for MMDVM systems (repeaters and hotspots) select the connection from the drop-down menu of the available C4FM rooms, for example,  FCS222-41 to connect YCS222 and Group 41 . See below the connection to Tuscany multiprotocol in FCS mode :
  
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