TITUSVILLE FLORIDA N4TDX FUSION REPEATER
Is located at the Parrish Medical Center on US1 at 260 ft. the frequency is 442.850 + PL tone 107.2
 
YAESU DR-1 144/430 Dual Band C4FM/FM Digital Repeater

The YAESU DR-1 is a digital/conventional FM dual mode repeater that covers the VHF and UHF amateur radio bands. It was developed for use with System Fusion. Replacing your conventional FM repeater with the DR-1 will provide continued use of conventional FM communication while integrating the use of digital communication functions through its unique AMS capability.

Easy Migration

    The repeater controller, receiver and transmitter are all packaged into a 19” standard cabinet rack mount panel unit for simple replacement of an existing repeater. Existing peripheral devices such as the duplexer and amplifier, etc., can continue to be used as-is.

    Please see the DR-1 Brochure and Manual for installation examples of Repeater Set-Up replacing existing Analog FM Repeater

DR-1 Features

    ·Modulation Modes: Conventional FM, 12.5 kHz C4FM Digital (V/D Mode, VFR Mode, DFR Mode) *
    ·AMS (Automatic Mode Select) function automatically recognizes the signal as C4FM digital or conventional FM, and then the DR-1 repeater retransmits the signal using the preset communications mode.
    ·3.5-inch Full Color Touch Panel Operation
    ·Extremely reliable, high RF Output Power: 50W/20W/10W
    ·Emergency Operation: Supports auto-switched backup battery power operation.
    ·Front panel microphone connector is provided for use in repeater transmitter testing, and enables use as a base station.
    ·Built-in large-size monitor speaker with front panel volume control

    *System Fusion is not compatible with the D-STAR GMSK digital format.
DR1 FUSION REPEATER
HRI-200 WIRES X CONTROLLER
The repeater has Wires X for connecting to DTMF Nodes and Rooms.
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The repeater  is owned and maintained by Ricky Deluco K4JTT
What is Yaesu wires X?
WIRES (Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System) is an Internet communication system which expands the range of amateur radio communication. For WIRES-X, an amateur node station connecting to the Internet is used as the access point and connects the wireless communication to the Internet.
WIRES-X supports the C4FM digital and the clear and crisp voice technology enables high sound quality. By repeating C4FM digital data as it is via the Internet, users can enjoy clear voice communications even if they are thousands of miles away each other.
Utilizing the digital communication, the WIRES-X operation is simple, easy and user friendly.
Varieties of the new functions as well as voice communications expands opportunities for enjoyment of ham station operation.
WIRES-X automatically connects to nodes and rooms via the Internet. No more need to verify connection IDs or transmit cumbersome DTMF connection codes.
Information about nodes and rooms is exchanged via C4FM Digital signaling. Thanks to automatic reconnection to the previous contact, all you need to do is press PTT and start talking.
Easily search for new nodes and rooms, and initiate communication promptly when you find an ID that captures your interest.
Currently active nodes and rooms can be searched in real time, and viewed on the display of your transceiver. The display list is sorted according to the number of stations currently connected to the room, in other words by popularity. This lets you quickly find other active stations to communicate with.
Node owners can freely create a room ID using letters and numbers. The ID works a bit like the name of a person. Easy to understand, meaningful names, unique names, memorable names... all are possible and can be used in a targeted search. A history of previous nodes and rooms, and a memory function with five categories makes it a snap to find and connect with a particular ID.
Search and connect to local node stations with a simple button touch. The system will automatically obtain node station information and setup the required frequency and digital code parameters. Wherever there is a WIRES-X local node station that is reachable by Amateur radio, complicated connection operation steps are no longer necessary.
Node station ID, city name, as well as distance and bearing are indicated on the display of the transceiver, and can be checked at a glance. *
Now you can communicate worldwide with ease and confidence.
(* Only if published by the node station)
WIRES-X of course also supports traditional analog FM users. Not only can analog FM stations have a QSO with each other, WIRES-X also permits C4FM Digital stations to communicate with analog FM stations.
WIRES-X is an FM friendly digital solution, because Amateur Radio should always allow operators to communicate freely all over the globe.
You do not need a Yaesu Fusion Radio to work N4TDX. Any analog radio will work. A Yaesu fusion Radio will be digital with connecting to Wires X.  Any analog radio will connect to N4TDX repeater in analog mode FM and you won't be able to open a Wires X node or room.
I monitor N4TDX repeater from 8am to 11pm evey day, the N4TDX frequency is 442.850 + tone 107.2