HomeBrew Repeater protocol as used by DMR+, MMDVM and Brandmeister
Python
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README.md

PROJECT: Open Source HomeBrew Repeater Proctol Client/Master.

UPDATES: Discussion Group at: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/k0usylink/info No more active development here. Since HB protocol is at least semi-public, with the enormous proliferation of tools that implement it (and souce code availaility), and the desire for centralized "networks" rather than tools to build distributed networks with; I'm no longer actively working on HBlink.

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.

PROPERTY:
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 absolutley no warranty, express or implied. Use this software at your own risk.

PRE-REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE:
This document assumes the reader is familiar with the Python programming language and DMR.

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Copyright (C) 2016-2017 Cortney T. Buffington, N0MJS n0mjs@me.com

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