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What does Mmdvm stand for?
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Simply so, what is Mmdvm?
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. However such boards are very useful for hosting the interface of the modem to external networks such as ircDDB in the case of D-Star.
Subsequently, question is, what is a ham radio hot spot? A personal, low-power hotspot is a combination of hardware, firmware, and software that enables an amateur radio enthusiast with internet connectivity to link directly to digital voice (DV) systems around the world. Hotspots can link to DMR, P25, and NXDN talkgroups; D-STAR reflectors; YSF rooms; and so on.
In this way, what is a Mmdvm hotspot?
A hotspot, simply put, is your internet gateway to a particular DMR network. To start, here is a great video that walks you through how to setup Pi Star on a MMDVM Hat hotspot. This is a very common hotspot configuration and one that really sets the base for understanding how they work.
What is a Zumspot?
The Zumspot board, when paired with the Raspberry Pi Zero W is a very small portable hotspot that you can take anywhere. The Pi Zero W features built in wi-fi and Bluetooth.