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Old 02-25-2014, 11:12 AM
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Is there any digital scanner that receives amateur radio digital radios?

Yaesu uses C4FM, which is likened to P-25, and Icom uses D-Star. Neither are compatible with each other and Icom D-Star has the leg up on Yaesu, time wise.
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Short answer - No.

The only amateur mode that might show up in scanners any time soon would be NXDN (Kenwood) because railroads are converting to that.
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Old 02-26-2014, 3:37 AM
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You may want to look into AOR's ARD-300 if you have a 10.7 or 45.05 mhz IF output as an add-on to an existing scanner...

Dstar
P25
NXDN
Yaesu
Alinco
D-CR formats..
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