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KB1NYT
I did post that I found the problem but it never showed up . The problem
was the Mic audio level was on not just the Capture. Been running fine.

Thanks for the replies.

Jay


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>     1. Re: Svxlink-devel Digest, Vol 122, Issue 1 - Reply Msg #3
>        (Rob Janssen)
>     2. Echo in repeater audio (KB1NYT)
>     3. Re: Echo in repeater audio (Gustavo Conrad)
>     4. External scripts and variables. (Manos Darkadakis)
>     5. Messages played via echolink (Grzegorz SQ6ELQ)
>     6. SvxLink on HAMRADIO 2017 (Adi Bier)
>     7. Re: External scripts and variables. ([hidden email])
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2017 21:46:00 +0100
> From: Rob Janssen <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [Svxlink-devel] Svxlink-devel Digest, Vol 122, Issue 1 -
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> Jay wrote:
>> Repeater Controller Setup
>>
>> I got it working. The only change I made was I added NO_REPEAT=0 which
>> was commented out.
>>
>> The issue I have now is we have an echo on the audio. The audio sounds
>> good but there is and echo. It sounds like you are talking with another
>> radio in the background.
>>
>> Thanks Jay
>>
> That is an error in the setup of your soundcard.
> As I already mentioned, use alsamixer to setup your card.
>
> When your card is what alsamixer expects, you would want to set the volume of
> LINE IN and MIC IN on the playback screen to zero, and on the recording screen
> according to your desired input level.  When you open the LINE or MIC IN slider
> on the playback screen you feed audio around the svxlink core and you get this
> effect.
>
> Unfortunately some soundcards behave strangely and this LINE or MIC slider on
> the playback screen actually controls the recording volume, and you need to
> set some mute toggle to prevent the feed forward.  This requires experimentation.
>
> Rob
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> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2017 21:07:35 -0500
> From: KB1NYT <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [Svxlink-devel] Echo in repeater audio
> To: Svxlink <[hidden email]>
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> Hello
>
> Another question. This is a repeater setup with a Raspberry Pi and two
> TYT radios as the repeater. Using GPIO for PTT and PL Detect. The sound
> card is USB. Everything is working except there is an echo in the audio.
> The repeater IDs fine no echo. I can put it in parrot mode no echo. I
> can use DTMS to bring up help and get info no echo. All this I am doing
> at the same site as the repeater setup my house. If I talk to a friend
> in a mobile there is an echo in both directions. What would cause this?
>
> Thanks
>
> Jay
>
> KB1NYT
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> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2017 15:43:38 -0300
> From: Gustavo Conrad <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [Svxlink-devel] Echo in repeater audio
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> Hi Jay, I guess that the problem is that your setup is connecting rx to
> tx audio on 2 paths at the same time. Check if your interface cable is
> not bypassing the audio from rx to tx. Another chance is that the audio
> is being played back by the audio system, check the audio mixer
> (alsamixer) and turn off the audio input playback.
>
> 73!
>
> Gustavo - LU8WFY
>
> On 01/05/2017 11:07 PM, KB1NYT wrote:
>> Hello
>>
>> Another question. This is a repeater setup with a Raspberry Pi and two
>> TYT radios as the repeater. Using GPIO for PTT and PL Detect. The sound
>> card is USB. Everything is working except there is an echo in the audio.
>> The repeater IDs fine no echo. I can put it in parrot mode no echo. I
>> can use DTMS to bring up help and get info no echo. All this I am doing
>> at the same site as the repeater setup my house. If I talk to a friend
>> in a mobile there is an echo in both directions. What would cause this?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Jay
>>
>> KB1NYT
>>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 14:10:37 -0700 (MST)
> From: Manos Darkadakis <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [Svxlink-devel] External scripts and variables.
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> Hello there all. I am running svxlink for Radio Amateur assn of Greece and I
> would like to add some local weather information. Some time ago I have
> written a script that takes the APRS string by downloading it from an ftp
> site where it is uploaded by the weather station (WM-918). The script parses
> the received string and extracts various weather conditions in relevant
> variables. These variables and current forecast are send through our SV1P
> D-star repeater every hour. How should I use the same variables from inside
> svxlink?
> I tried to run the script as an external command and works correctly as the
> "99" example but the svxlink does not see the variables (I send the output
> on screen and see all info printed correctly through the script).  Any
> suggestion / ideas anyone so svxlink can see these weather variables ?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Manos SV1IW
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2017 13:17:57 +0000
> From: Grzegorz SQ6ELQ <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [Svxlink-devel] Messages played via echolink
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> Hi Everyone,
>
> I have been trying to figure out how to change the config of svxlink to
> play information about connecting/disconnecting stations to all parties
> that are already connected via echolink. (exactly the same way as the
> message is played via the transmitter when new connection is
> established). Is it possible ? And if yes, where can I find an example
> of a script/config that does it. I thought it would be a simple
> redirection of the audio stream to the echolink (somewhere in the
> config/scripts), but so far I have not been able to find it.
>
> Thanks for any suggestions,
> Grzegorz SQ6ELQ
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> Message: 6
> Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2017 14:38:23 +0100
> From: Adi Bier <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [Svxlink-devel] SvxLink on HAMRADIO 2017
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> Hi all,
>
> I have a slot reserved at saturday (15th july 2017) from 3:00 pm til
> 4:30 pm on the HAMRADIO in Friedrichshafen. Working title at the moment
> "News from SvxLink". If somebody wants to introduce his projects, e.g.
> Rob with the simulcast installation :) please let me know. I do not see
> it as a one-man-show, hi, and would be very happy if others want to
> contribute something.
>
> vy 73s de Adi / DL1HRC
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> Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2017 15:00:20 +0100 (MET)
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> Subject: Re: [Svxlink-devel] External scripts and variables.
> To: Discussions about development issues
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> Hi Manos,
>
> I have doen somethning similar here on DB0SVX.
>
> I modified Logic.tcl unsing the locales solution.
>
> proc dtmf_cmd_received {cmd} {
>    if {$cmd == 4711} {
>      package require http;
>      global mycall;
>      set sHumidity -1;
>
>      # some websites, not the usps necessarily, care what kind of browser is used.
>      ::http::config -useragent "Mozilla/4.75 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.17; i586; Nav)";
>
>      set url http://aprs.fi/?c=raw&limit=4&call=$mycall&view=decoded;
>
>      # the http man page is a good place to read up on these commands
>      set sContent  [::http::geturl $url];
>      set sUrlContent [::http::data $sContent];
> #    puts "$sUrlContent"
>
>      # we use a regular expression pattern to extract the text
>      # we are looking for
>      if {[regexp {m/.*wx:.*/} $sUrlContent]} {
>        regexp -- {m/.*temp: (\-?\d{1,}\.\d).*/} $sUrlContent -> sTemp sDummy;
> #      puts "sTemp $sTemp";
>        regexp -- {m/.*humidity: (\d{1,}).*/} $sUrlContent -> sHumidity sDummy;
> #      puts "$sHumidity";
>        regexp -- {m/.*rain_1h: (\d{1,}\.\d).*/} $sUrlContent -> sRainHour sDummy;
> #      puts "$sRainHour";#: 1.0 mm
>        regexp -- {m/.*wind_speed: (\d{1,}\.\d).*/} $sUrlContent -> sWindSpeed sDummy;
> #      puts "$sWindSpeed";#: 0.0 m/s
>        regexp -- {m/.*pressure: (\d{1,}\.\d).*/} $sUrlContent -> sQNH sDummy;
> #      puts "$sQNH";#: 942.7 mbar
>        regexp -- {m/.*rain_24h: (\d{1,}\.\d).*/} $sUrlContent -> sRainDay sDummy;
> #      puts "$sRainDay";#      rain_24h: 1.0 mm
>        regexp -- {m/.*wind_direction: (\d{1,}).*/} $sUrlContent -> sWindDir sDummy;
> #      puts "$sWindDir";  #wind_direction: 247
>
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "EDJA";
>        spellWord $mycall;
>
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "wind";
>        if {$sWindSpeed != "0.0"} {
>          playNumber $sWindDir;
>          playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_degree";
>          playNumber $sWindSpeed;
>          playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_mps";
>        } else {
>          playMsg "MetarInfo" "calm";
>          playSilence 250;
>        }
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "ra";
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "last";
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "hour";
>        playNumber $sRainHour;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_mm";
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "ra";
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "last";
>        playNumber 24;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "hours";
>        playNumber $sRainDay;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_mm";
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "temperature";
>        if { $sTemp < 0 } {
>          playMsg "MetarInfo" "minus";
>        }
>        playNumber $sTemp;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_degrees";
>        if { $sHumidity > 0 } {
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "dewpoint";
>        playNumber $sHumidity;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "percent";
>        }
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "qnh";
>        playNumber $sQNH;
>        playMsg "MetarInfo" "unit_hPa";
>      } else {
>        playMsg "Core" "failed";
>      }
>      return 1;
>    } else {
>      return 0;
>    }
> }
>
> The first part is just settings and the download of the required informations. The second part that starts with playMsg "MetarInfo" "EDJA" is the audio output that has been needs to be build.
>
> In clear text the output is for example "Memmingen DB0SVX Wind 145 degree 6 meter per second rain last hour 5 mm rain last 24 hours 35 mm  temperature 5 degree dewpoint 75 percent local airpressure 943 hecto pascal". I know that a dewpoint in percent in not totally correct, but I have not jet calclated the dewpoint in dregree.
>
> I hope that helps. I not there is another solution that calls an external perl script, that has been created by Adi (DL1HRC).
>
> 73 de Martin, DF1AMB
>
>
>
>
> -----Original-Nachricht-----
> Betreff: [Svxlink-devel] External scripts and variables.
> Datum: 2017-01-12T22:11:44+0100
> Von: "Manos Darkadakis" <[hidden email]>
> An: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
>
> Hello there all. I am running svxlink for Radio Amateur assn of Greece and I
> would like to add some local weather information. Some time ago I have
> written a script that takes the APRS string by downloading it from an ftp
> site where it is uploaded by the weather station (WM-918). The script parses
> the received string and extracts various weather conditions in relevant
> variables. These variables and current forecast are send through our SV1P
> D-star repeater every hour. How should I use the same variables from inside
> svxlink?
> I tried to run the script as an external command and works correctly as the
> "99" example but the svxlink does not see the variables (I send the output
> on screen and see all info printed correctly through the script).  Any
> suggestion / ideas anyone so svxlink can see these weather variables ?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Manos SV1IW
>
>
>
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