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Old 02-05-2013, 7:04 PM
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As requested...


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Yes, having the voice traffic on the DMRDecode file would be great. Thanks.

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155.550 has been deactivated from Police use, and all traffic is on the UHF radios- I don't know what the state has done with the old VHF radios, but our dispatcher no longer has a VHF-capable base station.
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dpcain, please be sure to submit that to the db team so the database can be updated....Mike
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Maybe they're simulcasting the law enforcement traffic on 155.5500 for the benefit of others at the university? Seems like a good chance it's the same traffic since both are using group 6.

If 155.5500 is definitely active, we'll leave it in the database for now.

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The .wav file I made with DSD only recorded 1:37 of voice traffic after being left running for several hours. "Active" might be too strong a word, but there's definitely DMR/MOTO voice on 155.550 and it's all police/security.


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Maybe they're simulcasting the law enforcement traffic on 155.5500 for the benefit of others at the university? Seems like a good chance it's the same traffic since both are using group 6.

If 155.5500 is definitely active, we'll leave it in the database for now.

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Man, you're right. I just parked on there with DSD and you're absolutely right. I don't think any other VHF users here have TRBO radios yet, but I guess they plan to, because that is most definitely PD1 being simulcast.
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UMBC is now using a Cap+ system:

University of Maryland, Baltimore County Trunking System, Catonsville, Maryland - Scanner Frequencies

The site I identified on Wednesday is site 2, so I would assume the other frequencies on the license are for site 1.

If anyone can map out the LCNs and color codes (and talkgroups), that would be excellent. We'll probably have to delete some of the conventional frequencies, which may no longer be in use.

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Still data on 155.55. Legacy until some sort of "official" deadline is met?
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Possibly, or they could be simulcasting the police talkgroup from the UHF Cap+ system to this VHF conventional DMR repeater...

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If I knew what I was looking at, I'd help out...signals are pretty strong here...

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UMBC is now using a Cap+ system:

University of Maryland, Baltimore County Trunking System, Catonsville, Maryland - Scanner Frequencies

The site I identified on Wednesday is site 2, so I would assume the other frequencies on the license are for site 1.

If anyone can map out the LCNs and color codes (and talkgroups), that would be excellent. We'll probably have to delete some of the conventional frequencies, which may no longer be in use.

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What version of DSD+ are you using? The latest public release is 1.101. If possible, you could run DSD+ on all the repeaters listed on the license, and let us know what turns up.

DSDPlus – Digital Decoder

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1.101pt according to the opening screen. Is there a log file to turn on somewhere?
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You should see an "Event Log" window, which shows the important information. The contents of this are also stored in a continuously-updating file in the DSD+ folder, should you want to review later.

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There's a dsdplus.event file in there, but it hasn't updated since the first time I used this installation...I'll have to figure out how to turn it back on...


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There's a dsdplus.event file in there, but it hasn't updated since the first time I used this installation...I'll have to figure out how to turn it back on...
I have the same version you use, the dsdplus.txt file has -

Display/Logging options:
>file Create log file
>>file Append to log file
-_<num> Minimize selected windows at startup (bitmapped, 0-15) [-_0]
-- Show command line options in console window title
-t Time stamp console log file entries
-T Time stamp console log file entries and console screen data
-E Add NAC/RAN/DCC/RAS data to event log file entries
-H<num> High contrast mode (bitmapped, 0-63) [-H0]
-v<num> Frame information verbosity (0-4) [-v2]
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