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Yaesu System Fusion Yaesu System Fusion was the last of the big three to hit the market, this drop-in repeater system has the capabilities of being able to work Analogue as well as Digital signals. (Hence Fusion)  System Fusion 1 hit the market in 2013 to a rather mixed reception (like most new idea’s) however it didn’t take long to win people over. Let’s be clear about something (and I do mean clear) of the big three (Dstar, DMR and Fusion) Fusion is a whole lot clearer and richer in sound than anything I have ever heard. And if operated in VW (Voice Wide) the sound is absolutely awesome, the Forward Error Correction is something else because if users are in easy reach of a repeater there seems to be very little packet loss, certainly none that I have noticed. Yaesu radio’s are not too expensive either, the Yaesu FTM 100DE is available for around £290 and handheld's are even cheaper
System Fusion (C4FM) Highspeed Data Transfer data such as images or text messages at full rate with speeds up to 9600 Bits-per-second Analogue FM Mode Maintains backwards compatibility with existing Analogue FM Equipment, allowing a wide range of users to experiment with System Fusion Digital. *Full Data Mode* Full Data (Digital Data in image above) uses the complete 12.5kHz to send things like Picture Messaging or  Text messaging (there is no switch on any Fusion Radio as this is performed automatically upon sending. Wires-X I won’t dive into the subject of Wires-X too much, 1, I don’t use it myself and 2, if you click the button to the right they can explain it a lot more than I could ever do. Although CQ-UK is a Wires-X node that runs from within a HRI - 200 Wires-X box thats pretty much all I can say on the matter at present. Just click the Wires-X button to the right and all your questions will be answered. V/D (Digital Narrow) – Voice+Digital or “V/D” mode Voice FR (VW) Mode – Utilizes all available bandwidth for high-fidelity voice operation, providing the most crystal clear of voice communications. V/D (Digital Narrow) – Voice+Digital or “V/D” mode Voice FR (VW) Mode – Utilizes all available bandwidth for high-fidelity voice operation, providing the most crystal clear of voice communications. Wires-X
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System Fusion (C4FM)
Yaesu System Fusion Yaesu System Fusion was the last of the big three to hit the market, this drop-in repeater system has the capabilities of being able to work Analogue as well as Digital signals. (Hence Fusion)  System Fusion 1 hit the market in 2013 to a rather mixed reception (like most new idea’s) however it didn’t take long to win people over. Let’s be clear about something (and I do mean clear) of the big three (Dstar, DMR and Fusion) Fusion is a whole lot clearer and richer in sound than anything I have ever heard. And if operated in VW (Voice Wide) the sound is absolutely awesome, the Forward Error Correction is something else because if users are in easy reach of a repeater there seems to be very little packet loss, certainly none that I have noticed. Yaesu radio’s are not too expensive either, the Yaesu FTM 100DE is available for around £290 and handheld's are even cheaper
V/D (Digital Narrow) – Voice+Digital or “V/D” mode Voice FR (VW) Mode – Utilizes all available bandwidth for high-fidelity voice operation, providing the most crystal clear of voice communications.
Highspeed Data Transfer data such as images or text messages at full rate with speeds up to 9600 Bits-per-second
Analogue FM Mode Maintains backwards compatibility with existing Analogue FM Equipment, allowing a wide range of users to experiment with System Fusion Digital.
*Full Data Mode* Full Data (Digital Data in image above) uses the complete 12.5kHz to send things like Picture Messaging or Text messaging (there is no switch on any Fusion Radio as this is performed automatically upon sending.
Wires-X I won’t dive into the subject of Wires-X too much, 1, I don’t use it myself and 2, if you click the button below they can explain it a lot more than I could ever do. Although CQ-UK is a Wires-X node that runs from within a HRI - 200 Wires-X box thats pretty much all I can say on the matter at present. Just click the Wires-X button below and all your questions will be answered.
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