|D1||COS||Yellow||On while PTT on||Carrier on Sense (Squelsh)|
|D2||PWR||Green||Steady||Power is on|
|D3||SVC||Red||Slow Flashes Slowly||After RESET button activated or power cycled flashes with a period of
about two seconds for about a minute while connecting to the host.
JumboSpot will not accept PPT transmissions in this phase.
|D3||SVC||Red||Flashes Quickly||Indicated in service (connected) to Host.
(Continues to flash during "Apply Changes" which restarts software services)
|D4||PTT||Red||On while receiving packets|
|D6||DMR||Yellow||Steady for 20 seconds||On PTT yellow on for 20 seconds. I guess it means I am transmitting on DMR.
I assume the 20 secs is the time I should have the reflector locked to my ID.
How does it know this or is it just a counter? It stays on long after the
red transmit and the green receive led has expired on my transceiver.
|D7||YSF||Blue||Yaseu System Fusion|
Detail Product Description:
Jumbo-SPOT-RTQ is a completely self-contained digital hotspot supporting DMR, Dstar, P25 and System Fusion communications. Fully assembled and tested in a ruggedized aluminum enclosure. All that's required for operation is a mini usb (android phone's cable) power source and a WiFi based internet connection. Pi-Star Digital Voice Software pre-loaded and easily upgraded via software.
Product Features: - Supports PI-STAR's web based digital voice dashboard and configuration tool - Supports all four digital amateur modes DMR,D-Star,P25 and System Fusion - Built-in WiFi: 802.11b/g/n - Built-in OLED system status display indicating Mode,Talk Group and Call Sign - Built-in LED indicators for status of Power,PTT,COS and Mode - Console port SSH 22 for root level access to the operating system - Quad Core A7 1.2GHz Processor,512mb DDR3 RAM and 8gb TF Card - Pocket size aluminum enclosure Features: · High performance 32-bit ARM processor · Fully tested · Supports DMR, P-25, D-Star and System Fusion (YSF) · Onboard LEDs to show status (Tx, Rx, PTT, Mode) · Up to 10mW RF power SMA antenna connector, UHF antenna included · Mounts cleanly on all current Raspberry Pi’s including the Pi Zero · The firmware is pre-loaded and is easily upgraded via software. Please do not upgrade the firmware by yourself · Open source 3D printable case available Support and tested with PI-STAR UHF420-450MHz ，VHF 144-146MHZ test frequency 439.600MHZ,Specification
NOTE: If you intend to solder an OLED display to the JumboSpot beware that some OLED pin arrangements
are GND, VCC, SCL, SDA. The OLED's that I have here have this arrangement. Be sure your Vcc (Voltage)
and GND are not reversed before you install and solder.
Source:http://www.hagensieker.com/blog/page/?post_id=99&title=jumbospot-dmr-hotspot This article discusses the installation of an OLED display http://hvdnnotebook.blogspot.com/2018/06/mmdvm-jumbospot-board-mods-you-may-need.html
|4||Part I||Preparing a µSD card with a Pi-Star Image|
|13||Part II||Configuring your WiFi on a pre-Imaged µ-SD card|
|20||Part III||Bringing up ZUMspot/Pi-Star the first time|
|41||Part IV||Setting up your radios|
|47||Appendix A||Communicating with your ZUMspot|
|51||Appendix B||Setting the “Use DPlus for XRF” switch|
|55||Appendix C||Setting up HotSpot support on Brandmeister|
|66||Appendix D||Adding a Brandmeister Self Care Panel to Pi-Star|
|75||Appendix E||Updating the Pi-Star firmware|
|85||Appendix F||Updating the ZUMspot board firmware|
|93||Appendix G||Alternative bring up methodology|
|95||Appendix H||Cross Mode Operation|
|105||Appendix I||Controlling Pi-Star from your radio|
|113||Appendix J||Solving BER issues using offset adjustments|
|117||Appendix K||Customizing Pi-Star Dashboard Colors|