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Using XTL1500 as VRS

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Using XTL1500 as VRS

Postby NSPD » Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:57 pm

Has anyone tried using an XTL1500 as a VRS connected to a different-band radio? I am using a UHF VRS750 right now with my VHF XTL5000 O5. I would like to run secure P25 for my VRS and a Futurecom DVRS is cost-prohibitive.

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Re: Using XTL1500 as VRS

Postby wavetar » Fri Nov 18, 2016 3:26 am

I've used the XTL1500 in a number of different cross-band applications, both with straight-through wiring, and through controllers such as the Trident Turbo-X2. All the needed signals are present in the accessory connector.Obviously there will be double vocoding doing P25 on both sides, but it sounds fine to my ear.
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