OpenGD77 User Guide
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OpenGD77 User Guide  (Alpha version) is now available as a PDF file for download Thanks to Alister G0NEF for getting the ball rolling by creating the first draft, which has now been extensively reworked to produce the Alpha version.   Please note. Since I took the photos, for the User Guide a few days ago, the TimeSlot number and Colour Code number have now been added to the main display and all the photos … Read More

OpenGD77 Hotspot mode general Beta release
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I think the OpenGD77 Hotspot mode firmware is probably stable enough for more people to Beta test it, so I am making it publicly available for download. Edit. Since I’ve now pushed all the source code to GitHub, I’m also updating my “Daily builds” version on github.The latest version of the complete OpenGD77 firmware, including Hotspot mode, can be downloaded from here https://github.com/rogerclarkmelbourne/OpenGD77/raw/master/firmware_binaries/daily_builds/firmware.sgl This version also has some new features to the non-hotspot use … Read More

OpenGD77 Hotspot PiStar update
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  The configuration screen having a new Modem option of OpenGD77 DMR hotspot (USB)   And the Dashboard now displays the name and the firmware version   A note to the Beta testers.   Your versions won’t display the version number correctly, as I only added this today and I have not send out an update with the version number included. I’ve been making some enhancements to Hotspot mode today, so that the display … Read More

OpenGD77 – Hotspot mode
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For the last 6 weeks, I’ve been intensively working on the Hotspot mode as part of the OpenGD77 firmware, and it is now finally with the Beta testers in Australia, Europe and the USA. Note. Currently firmware seems to be stable but not completely bug free, so I am limiting its use to the Beta testers.     Hotspot mode converts a Radioddity GD-77, running the OpenGD77 firmware, into a DMR ONLY high power … Read More

Blog offline due to server quota problems
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I woke up this morning to find a load of emails from my hosting company, Hostgator, letting me know that my entire hosting package had been locked because it had gone over its CPU usage quota.   Checking the logs, the problem was being caused by the stm32duino website requiring more CPU capacity than Hostgator can provide on my currently hosting package.   After some communication with Hostgator I have been able to re-activate … Read More

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