THIS SOFTWARE IS DEPRECIATED -- SEE HBLINK3
This version is maintained for historical purposes and for the HB_Bridge branch, which is still very much in use. HB_Bridge is the only branch that should be used. Do not file pull requests, issues or otherwise request features or fixes through github, to the author, or on any online forums.
PROJECT: Open Source HomeBrew Repeater Proctol Client/Master.
PURPOSE: Thanks to the work of Jonathan Naylor, G4KLX; Hans Barthen, DL5DI; Torsten Shultze, DG1HT we have an open protocol for internetworking DMR repeaters. Unfortunately, there's no generic client and/or master stacks. This project is to build an open-source, python-based implementation. This is a non-commercial license. Atribution is required if you use it.
For those who will ask: This is a piece of software that implements an open-source, amateur radio networking protocol. It is not a network. It is not indended to be a network. It is not intended to replace or circumvent a network. People do those things, code doesn't.
This work represents the author's interpretation of the HomeBrew Repeater Protocol, based on the 2015-07-26 documents from DMRplus, "IPSC Protocol Specs for homebrew DMR repeater" as written by Jonathan Naylor, G4KLX; Hans Barthen, DL5DI; Torsten Shultze, DG1HT, also licenced under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
WARRANTY None. The owners of this work make absolutely no warranty, express or implied. Use this software at your own risk.
This document assumes the reader is familiar with Linux/UNIX, the Python programming language and DMR.
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