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Digital Voice Decoding Software For discussion of software applications which decode digital voice formats such as P25, NXDN, MotoTRBO, etc. Please use the HF Digital Signals forum for anything below 30MHz.

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Old 01-21-2014, 8:35 AM
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Could anyone direct me to a reliable download location? Thanks.
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Is there somewhere that explains exactly what each line is showing us, for instance when monitoring using the -v4 I can see what encryption type but what is the LDU, LDU2,KID, LSD with all the 1's 0's and when it shows the sets of letters and numbers in groups of 2. Thanks
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http://www.dvsinc.com/papers/p25_training_guide.pdf

It's heavy reading but at least you will know what some of the stuff is you are seeing..
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I'm fairly certain OpenSky will be supported by DSD within the next year or two.

I am an OpenSky user and I can tell you our TGs are not encrypted. We use the 4 slot OpenSky.

I think the only encrypted TGs are surveillance and fugitive apprehension/ surveillance ones.
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But with so few OpenSky systems out there is it worth the authors time?
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But with so few OpenSky systems out there is it worth the authors time?
Well, that's authors decision But be sure that out there, there is someone waiting with fingers crossed to see OpenSky decoder any time soon
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I hope someone is making some good high quality raw audio recordings for him to work with then!
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