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MMDVM Open-Source Multi-Mode Digital Voice Modem for Raspberry Pi


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56206 5- The MMDVM is intended to be an open-source Multi-Mode Digital Voice Modem,which utilities the power of an ARM processor and a simple analogue interface board.
- The Multi-Mode Digital Voice Modem is a combined hardware and software development of a modem to handle all amateur digital voice modes. Initially it will support D-Star and DMR,with System Fusion and P.25 coming later,as well as a built-in FM repeater controller.For all modes other than DMR and FM,the modem can be used in simplex or duplex mode,while for DMR and FM full duplex must be used.
- The MMDVM is aimed at the Arduino Due,Teensy 3.1/3.2 and mbed platforms,the only requirement for the hardware is to be ARM Cortex-M3,M4,or M7 based,and access to raw interrupts and ADC and ADC ports as well as digital signalling ports.

Package List:
- 1 x Board
- 1 x Moto connection cable
- 2 x Fasten screws
- 2 x Nuts

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