RFinder HCP-1 Portable Battery Powered Digital Hotspot for DMR, D-Star, and System Fusion

$299

Hot Chili Peppa Dual Slot Quad Band Hotspot
  • You’ve been waiting for something like this; a hotspot that is so HOT so that it had to be named the Chili Peppa!
  • Portable, so easy to carry you can place it in your shirt pocket!
  • Dual Slot, built on the MMDVM platform! STM32 dual-slot Pi-Hat controller!
  • Works on DMR / D-STAR and Fusion
  • Quad-Band! 144 MHz, 220 MHz, 440mHz and 800 MHz!
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RFinder Dual Slot Battery Operated HotSpot

You’ve been waiting for something like this; a hotspot that is so HOT so that it had to be named the Chili Peppa!

Portable, so easy to carry you can place it in your shirt pocket!

Dual Slot, built on the MMDVM platform! STM32 dual-slot Pi-Hat controller!

Works on DMR / D-STAR and Fusion

Quad-Band! 144mHz, 220mHz, 440mHz and 800mHz!

Built on a Raspberry Pi Zero W 16GHz single-core CPU and 512MB RAM. Mini-HDMI and Micro-USB (x2) output.

Internal Battery; no cables! Charges very fast at .8A.

Will go most of the day unless it is getting hammered! 3000mAh lithium-ion battery!

Runs off of the software you’re already familiar with; Pi-Star*!

Pi-Star is already loaded on a 16GB SD card, so it is ready to go as soon as you are!

Brandmeister and TGIF simultaneously on the Go

by CT1EIZ

I love using my RFinder HCP-1 hotspot wherever I go. First, because I can easily use Brandmeister and TGIF Talkgroups without making any changes on the hotspot and second, due to its internal battery, I can operate it for more than 5 hours, regardless where I am – using the Wifi connection tethered from my smartphone. It even works as a power bank, in case I need some power juice for my smartphone.

I can program 3 different networks ready to be used. I have Brandmeister, TGIF (legacy) and TGIF (prime).

The RFinder HCP-1 hotspot is PI-star based, with a MMDVM. All you have to do, is to program it as a DMR gateway. Then, go to Configuration > Expert and click on Full Edit > DMR GW.

When I want to use a Brandmeister Talkgroup, I just use the regular TG. I mean, I if want to call TG 91, I just use TG91.

If I want to use TGIF (Legacy) and need to use TG 777, I dial TG5000777 Basically, I need to start with ‘5’, pad with ‘0’ until I get a total of 7 digits.

If I want to use TGIF (Prime) and need to use TG 31039, I dial TG4031039 Basically, I need to start with ‘4’, pad with ‘0’ until I get a total of 7 digits.

All I need to do, is to program my radio with the different TGs. BM is always default, TGIF Prime starts with 4 and TGIF Legacy starts with 5.

This can also be used for DMR+ networks. It’s always the same principle.

Fill it as follows: (you need to change your Brandmeister and TGIF passwords, DMR ID, etc:

[General]
RptAddress=127.0.0.1
RptPort=62032
LocalAddress=127.0.0.1
LocalPort=62031
RuleTrace=0
Daemon=1
Debug=0
RFTimeout=20
NetTimeout=20[Log]
DisplayLevel=0
FileLevel=1
FilePath=/var/log/pi-star
FileRoot=DMRGateway

[Voice]
Enabled=1
Language=en_GB
Directory=/usr/local/etc/DMR_Audio

[Info]
Enabled=0
RXFrequency=439995000
TXFrequency=430995000
Power=1
Latitude=SELECT_YOUR_LATITUDE
Longitude=-SELECT_YOUR_LONGITUDE
Height=0
Location=”Estoril”
Description=”Portugal”
URL=https://www.network-radios.com

[XLX Network]
Startup=950
Enabled=0
File=/usr/local/etc/XLXHosts.txt
Port=62030
Password=passw0rd
ReloadTime=60
Slot=2
TG=6
Base=64000
Relink=60
Debug=0
Id=ENTER_YOUR_DMR_ID
UserControl=1

[DMR Network 1]
Enabled=1
Address=193.137.237.12
Port=62031
Local=62037
TGRewrite0=2,9,2,9,1
PCRewrite0=2,94000,2,4000,1001
TypeRewrite0=2,9990,2,9990
SrcRewrite0=2,4000,2,9,1001
PassAllPC0=1
PassAllTG0=1
PassAllPC1=2
PassAllTG1=2
Password=”ENTER_YOUR_PASSWORD”
Debug=0
Id=ENTER_YOUR_DMR_ID
Name=SELECT_YOUR_BM_MASTER

[DMR Network 2]
Enabled=0
Address=168.235.109.210
Port=55555
TGRewrite0=2,8,2,9,1
TGRewrite1=2,80505,2,505,1
TGRewrite2=2,80800,2,800,100
TGRewrite3=2,83801,2,3801,8
TGRewrite4=2,89990,2,9990,1
TGRewrite5=2,80001,1,1,9999
TGRewrite6=2,80001,2,1,9999
PCRewrite0=2,84000,2,4000,1001
Password=”PASSWORD”
Debug=0
Id=ENTER_YOUR_DMR_ID
Name=DMR+_IPSC2-QUADNET
Options=”TS1_1=1;TS1_2=2;TS1_3=3;TS1_4=13;TS1_5=133;TS1_6=235;TS1_7=315;TS1_8=320″

[DMR Network 3]
Enabled=1
Id=ENTER_YOUR_DMR_ID
Name=TGIF_Network
PCRewrite1=1,5009990,1,9990,1
PCRewrite2=2,5009990,2,9990,1
TypeRewrite1=1,5009990,1,9990
TypeRewrite2=2,5009990,2,9990
TGRewrite1=1,5000001,1,1,999999
TGRewrite2=2,5000001,2,1,999999
SrcRewrite1=1,9990,1,5009990,1
SrcRewrite2=2,9990,2,5009990,1
SrcRewrite3=1,1,1,5000001,999999
SrcRewrite4=2,1,2,5000001,999999
Address=tgif.network
Password=ENTER_YOUR_TGIF_LEGACY_PASSWORD
Port=62031
Location=0
Debug=0

[DMR Network 4]
Enabled=1
Id=ENTER_YOUR_DMR_ID
Name=TGIF_Network_Prime
PCRewrite1=1,4009990,1,9990,1
PCRewrite2=2,4009990,2,9990,1
TypeRewrite1=1,4009990,1,9990
TypeRewrite2=2,4009990,2,9990
TGRewrite1=1,4000001,1,1,999999
TGRewrite2=2,4000001,2,1,999999
SrcRewrite1=1,9990,1,4009990,1
SrcRewrite2=2,9990,2,4009990,1
SrcRewrite3=1,1,1,4000001,999999
SrcRewrite4=2,1,2,4000001,999999
Address=prime.tgif.network
Password=ENTER_YOUR_TGIF_PRIME_HOTSPOT_PASSWORD
Port=62031
Location=0
Debug=0

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