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ADCR25 P25 / DMR Receiver

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I think these Low cost boards will be great for those who only have one digital system they want to listen to and don't want to get a newer uniden. However that is if this thing works for your system.
 
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The fella that produces the ADCR25 is also developing an IF based DMR/P25 decoder that can be interfaced to virtually any receiver.

The module will take an input from the receivers 2nd (10/20Mhz) or 3rd (450/455Khz) IF stage and produce decoded DV audio that is then applied to the radios audio stage prior to the volume control.

I'm looking forward to installing one into a V/UHF dualband ham mobile radio.
 
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The fella that produces the ADCR25 is also developing an IF based DMR/P25 decoder that can be interfaced to virtually any receiver.

The module will take an input from the receivers 2nd (10/20Mhz) or 3rd (450/455Khz) IF stage and produce decoded DV audio that is then applied to the radios audio stage prior to the volume control.

I'm looking forward to installing one into a V/UHF dualband ham mobile radio.


when is this going to be launched do any of you know ?
 

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Yes they work for DMR and P25. They are stand alone receivers. VHF is 140-190 MHz and UHF is something like 400-470 MHz.
 

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I received mine today but what cord do I use to hook to the computer? I know one end would be USB but what's the other end?
 
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