I'd just like to show something I've been working on.
In late 2013 I was introduced with a problem.
The Cleveland TRS was being deployed in my city and new talkgroups would pop up every day, I needed a way of logging them for review later so I can identify the unknown ones and submit the info to the DB.
So I came up with ScanEyes and Log Recorder, small programs I've created that are part of a larger array of programs that help me record, search, browse calls, and create playlists.
The radios I use are 2 R820t Nooelec RTLSDR dongles, one connected to Unitrunker, another to SDR#. DSD+ decodes the audio while my Log Recorder spawns the recorder program when a call is detected. The recorded mp3 is put into a folder with the following naming scheme:
This is how it works flow diagram
Some of the main features include
- Responsive design compatible with both mobile and desktop browsers
- Keyword search with hotlinks
- Talkgroup browse mode
- Call amount reports
- Playlist and sharing features
- Full permissions system with browse and streaming access
- User accounts with User and Admin control panel
Tell me what you think, check it out live at SDRSCAN.COM
I've written a lengthier article about it on my blog
Fake scanner extra feature
Tthe main interface