From: David Davies <dodegkr@gm...> - 2010-08-23 08:10:45
> Personally I have only succeeded to get the Handset to register on the
> patched wbx combination once (from a cold handset boot with the
> handset/bts shielded from other carriers)
> The handset registered in asterisk but was unable to place any sort of
> call, It was not the asterisk dial plan as I know that very very well
> I highly suspect my battle is with the clock being a stock 64 Mhz, im
> am just annoyed with myself for buying a wbx, I should have went for
> the rfx's instead, being in the UK its a pain with tax&duty to order
> more boards.. anyone got a european or used source ? As not knowing if
> the wbx is working properly adds unwanted doubt when debugging.
> Has anyone any idea of where to get a 52Mhz clock in the UK ?
> clocktamer are out of stock
> The Funkamatuer FA-SYS1 people dont answer the phone or email (so far anyway)
> kestrel are also out.
> 2010/8/21 Ahmed Yasser Abdel-barr <ahmed.yasser@...>
>> Hi Sylvain,
>> On removing the C1 cap from the WBX (similar to the cap you mentioned in the RFX) i didnt notice much improvement i repeat i didnt notice, there might be any improvement but uptill now there is nt any improvement (in the GSM 900 band) The only thing i noticed was on trying to do spectrum sensing, i noticed that the sensitivity of the WBX became worse and makes me say this that on trying to listen to the FM radio Stations it is not as fine as it used to be before removing the Capacitor C1
>> Kind Regards
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