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WIRES-X.

WIRES (Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System) is an Internet communication system which expands the range of amateur radio communication. ... WIRES-X automatically connects to nodes and rooms via the Internet. No more need to verify connection IDs or transmit cumbersome DTMF connection codes.

What is a WIRES-X hotspot?

Unlike Hotspots, WiRES-X permits Node-to-Node connections without an intermediate server or reflector. This is an important point: NO HOTSPOTS CONNECT TO WiRES-X! The Hotspot networks are not compatible with the WiRES-X network.

What is Yaesu system Fusion?

System Fusion is Yaesu's implementation of Digital Amateur Radio, utilizing C4FM 4-level FSK Technology to transmit digital voice and data over the Amateur radio bands.

What is the difference between Ysf and FCS?

The main difference between them is that FCS servers handle rooms numbered from 0 to 99 and you can select which room you want to use during connecting to the server. YSFreflector servers do not have rooms.

What is the difference between C4FM and fusion?

System Fusion is a digital communications mode for voice and data, including pictures. It utilizes a customized, yet open, C4FM FDMA standard. C4FM stands for Continuous Four Level Frequency Modulation, which is a special type of 4FSK, which is used in conjunction with FDMA - Frequency Division Multiple Access.