The following IP user / person needs to contact me
Your repeater / device is not registered with the NXCORE and not authorized at this time.
NXCORE IS UNDERGOING AN OVERHAUL TEMP FIX HAS BEEN APPLIED, AND OPERATIONAL NOW. I will be posting some IP’s that are hitting the NXCORE that are NOT part on the grouping. IF YOU HAVE A REPATER pointed to flicom.nxcore.org, and it is not connecting, please email me so we can resolve the issues we are seeing on our side.
Posting the latest PDF for West Central Florida NI4CE NXDN layout.
Want to welcome to welcome the Hams from Haiti using hotspots on NXDN.
They have their TG setup using the Florida Icom NXCore server and the Haiti Reflector
hosted by W9CR.NET.
If you have an Icom repeater and would like to join the Florida NXCore Network, let us know.
Just letting everyone know, development of a SOFT-bridge between the cores is in the works at this time, not ETA due to current events, but the R&D on it is on the books and
being worked out.
The SOFT-Bridge will allow us to join the Kenwood and Icom cores with a data pipe that
allows us to have a seamless network between both Icom and Kenwood repeater owners. Basically a transparent bridge. Hope to have more information on this when it becomes available.
nxcore.org website to a nasty hacker hit, I am in the process of rebuilding it and giving it a facelift and more up to date look. nxcoreorg is the server farm hosting the world wide nxdn network connections for the Icom and Kenwood networks. The last heard lists and other information along with the code will get a fresh look and once over by the nxcore developers and admins after the new year. More on this when it comes. Stay tuned here for more information.
Here is a valid suggestion submitted to the community;
One thing I would like to see addressed is the ability to send and receive messages through connected repeaters. NXDN Messaging is a very powerful tool! I have a Windows messaging app I will be bringing to the Hamfest this weekend that could reduce reliance on the Internet for Hams with NXDN radios. The ability to implement it here in West Central Florida is limited to the reach of the single repeater your station can hit. We need to be able to overcome that limitation to make NXDN messaging more universally accepted. Think about the potential impact for SKYWARN.
here is the reply and my comments
(I would like to hear from others too!)
You bring up a good point Paul, but I have been battling this for a while now.
While I can send data like the D-RATS terminal program on NXDN via the voice stream,
The SMS data is a bit more complex. The ETSI standards for it only talk about the SU through the rptr to SU, but very little of it is in the conventional code for multi-site transport. I will see if I can reach out to the Japan and get some more input put into this, while I do know that Type C Trunking will carry it out, I also know that an IP NXDN CONSOLE can So the same thing. Though the flow chart is IP to SU by way or the repeater, I think with a work on the IP side and some data runs and captures via ICOM NXDNIP protocol, this can be achieved for 2020. We have a diverse group of people who are good with code and can come up with something to make it work.
Keep in mind, standard sms is 1024 character, while EXTENDED sms is 4096.
Truncated CONSOLE NWS messages can be entered into the network if done correctly. I will have to test that with my Kenwood Console on our UHF statewide system to my radios, but the Icom Ver 2 and nx5000 and 3000 platforms will do upto 4096 sms.
I will put that on the board for sure, because, if we can have a restricted web input to generate Certain “canned” messages to listening radios, that would be a leap ahead of all things NXDN!
IF the MMDVM and hotspot communities put their thinking caps on, I am sure this can be a very powerful, and use tool to the SAR and Skywarn communities.
Please send any comments you may have to email@example.com, I will try my best to get them answered and posted here.
Here is the current list of repeaters and talkgroups, served by the Florida NXCore server.
nxdnrepeaters <– PDF file for downloading.
If you’re accessing the network through one of the repeaters in this list, you only need to make sure you have a memory channel programmed for each talkgroup you want to use. Optionally, some radios allow you to select a talkgroup from a list, without needing a separate channel.
Consult the user’s manual for your radio for specific instructions.
All dynamic groups are on a five-minute timer. Every time you key the radio on your desired talkgroup, the timer automatically resets.
This document may be freely shared wherever its information may be useful.
73 de Jason, KD4ACG
Here is a list of viewable dashboards for the NXDN WW Network.
Thanks to Adrian, VK4TUX for putting this together.
Talk Group Summary
PLEASE SHARE ON FB, PI-STAR, WHATCHAMACALIT, where ever there is use of the kenwoods with DMR hotspots. Thanks.
Okay, after battles and scraps, I want to pass along the follow:
1 Please refer to nxdninfo.com for OFFICIAL NXDN happenings on the commercial
Side of the NXDN WORLD WIDE NETWORK, www.nxdnradio.com is defunct and all
attempts to raise w2bui have failed. Unknown if he is a silent key or not. No one can confirm.
Also my name is Evans, not the minion Kevin.
2 Kenwood DMR with Dual Slot Direct Mode (the latest of most DMR releases) DOES NOT WORK WITH ANY HOT-SPOTS IN SIMPLEX MODE. Do not use it until the creators find a way to incorporate it Into the software. TURN IT OFF. This reverts to the old style of single time slot use. Until further notice.