Re: DVAP and the DVRPTR boards


 

DVAP - small "Dongle" type 2m or 70cm radio that you plug into a computer, it transmits at about 10mw and is the popular choice for "in house" access to the D-STAR digital voice network.
http://www.dvapdongle.com/DV_Access_Point_Dongle/Home.html

DVRPTR V1 - A GMSK modem based on DSP that goes between a computer, attached by USB, and an existing 2-way radio (9600 bps packet ready) to give access to the D-STAR digital vocie network  - http://www.dvrptr.net/

STARBoard - A GMSK modem based on a dedicated modem chip that  goes between a computer, attached by USB, and an existing 2-way radio (9600 bps packet ready)   to give access to the D-STAR digital vocie network - http://moencomm.com/

UDR56k-4 - A new digital radio, 70cm/25 watts, built in DSP modems for D-STAR Digital Voice, D-STAR Digital Data (56kbps+ Ethernet over radio), packet radio from 9600 bps - 56kbps +, and more.  Built in computer to run the DSP modems, protocol stacks, and applications on a Linux operating system (Debian / ARM).  Open source for experimenters.  Gateway or end user radio.  http://nwdigitalradio.com (Discount on pre-orders until the 15th).  [I am a member of the team creating this radio.]


John D. Hays
K7VE
PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223 
  




On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 4:12 PM, Max Harper <kg4pid@...> wrote:
 

Exacly what do the DVAP and the DVRPTR boards do? What are they used for?
 
Thanks, Max


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