This is the source code of YSF2DMR, a software for digital voice conversion from Yaesu System Fusion to DMR digital mode, based on Jonathan G4KLX's MMDVM software.
You can use this software and YSFGateway at the same time, with the default YSF UDP ports (42000 and 42013). In this case, you can select the pseudo "YSF2DMR" reflector in the Wires-X list provided by YSFGateway.
Also, you can connect directly with MMDVMHost, changing the following ports in [YSF Network] section (YSF2DMR.ini):
You have to select the destination DMR TG to connect (or private call):
YSF2DMR looks for DMR ID of the YSF callsign in the DMRIds.dat file, in case of no coincidence, it will use your DMR ID. Also, all IDs from DMR Network will be converted to callsigns and you will see it at the display of your YSF radio.
You can also use the Wires-X function of your radio to select any DMR TG ID (or Reflector). In this case, you need to connect YSF2DMR directly to MMDVMHost in order to process correctly all Wires-X commands. Please edit the file TGList.txt and enter only your preferred DMR ID list. Use the disconnect function of your YSF radio (hold *) to send a call to TG 4000 for example.
If you want to connect directly to a XLX reflector (with DMR support), you only need to uncomment ([DMR Network] section):
XLXFile=XLXHosts.txt XLXReflector=950 XLXModule=D
and replace XLXReflector and XLXModule according your preferences. Also, you need to configure the DMR port according the XLX reflector port, for example:
StartupDstId, StartupPC and Address parameters don't care in XLX mode.
This software is licenced under the GPL v2 and is intended for amateur and educational use only. Use of this software for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden.
You can use YSF2DMR to link a YSF Reflector to a DMR network (without using any RF link):
YSFReflector <-> YSF2DMR <-> any DMR Network
Install the YSF2DMR software at the same server where YSFReflector software is located. Configure your [DMR Network] section (YSF2DMR.ini) as usual, depending on your preferred DMR network. Then, you only need to match the YSFReflector UDP port (Port in [Network], YSFReflector.ini) to YSF UDP port (DstPort in [YSF Network], YSF2DMR.ini).
For example, a common UDP port in YSFReflector.ini:
Then you need to configure YSF2DMR.ini (example):
[YSF Network] Callsign=CE1ABC Suffix=ND DstAddress=127.0.0.1 DstPort=42000 LocalAddress=127.0.0.1 LocalPort=42012 EnableWiresX=0 Daemon=0
You could also see at "service" folder of this project to see an example of Systemd automatic startup for YSF2DMR. Please see README for more information about installation.