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Andrew Broughton

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HME DX121 Wireless Com
« on: August 05, 2015, 03:55:45 pm »

I have used the DX210 system, but have not seen the DX121.
 The specs say that the DX121 can register up to 4 beltpacks, but only 1 can be used full-duplex. The other 3 are half-duplex.
 What is not clear is if that is a limitation only between the beltpacks and the wired interface (IC mode), or if the beltpacks can still talk to each other full-duplex in ISO mode.
 
 Anyone have any experience with this system?
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Re: HME DX121 Wireless Com
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2015, 04:03:09 pm »

I have used the DX210 system, but have not seen the DX121.
 The specs say that the DX121 can register up to 4 beltpacks, but only 1 can be used full-duplex. The other 3 are half-duplex.
 What is not clear is if that is a limitation only between the beltpacks and the wired interface (IC mode), or if the beltpacks can still talk to each other full-duplex in ISO mode.
 
 Anyone have any experience with this system?

I have no experience with it but my expectation would be that the half duplex limitation is an RF limitation so would apply to all paths.

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Re: HME DX121 Wireless Com
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2015, 04:10:58 pm »

I'm sure you're right. If it were possible BP to BP then why not BP to IC? Thanks, Mac.
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