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Old 02-13-2018, 6:55 PM
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Looking for someone(s) in the community to post any video of their 325P2 decoding DMR. Simplex would be very helpful. Looking to see, and hear the audio quality as well.

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Uniden don't decode DMR simplex
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Old 02-16-2018, 6:24 AM
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Uniden don't decode DMR simplex
My 325p2 will. I've done it.. I'll try and get video today while I'm at work.. have both my 325 and my at-d868uv with me.

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They can be finnicky but they will do it. Scanner was in service search. But it will work just as well in a programmed channel. https://youtu.be/xFmUJO43PHI

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Here's the 325 decoding the Belvidere K9VO ham repeater.. https://youtu.be/6D4xSVUqufs


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And finally Belvidere Assembly CAP+

https://youtu.be/IYhx5CV42Uo

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Old 02-17-2018, 10:15 AM
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Thanks for taking the time to make those videos. I may have some additional questions for you soon.
I'll take a look at them.
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And finally Belvidere Assembly CAP+

https://youtu.be/IYhx5CV42Uo

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Love the echo on the first of the two videos you posted

I've noticed when scanning a single freq DMR, if you toggle the display mode option Func + 6,
the following will be displayed:

Mode 1: ID + Frequency
Mode 2: ID + Color Code
Mode 3: ID + Slot #

I can't seem to get the radio to display both Color Code and Slot # at the same time during a service or
custom search. I have toggle tone/code search to NAC/Color Code, which at least gives me the Color Code when it's on, and DMR type when it's off.

Up on the TWiki: http://info.uniden.com/twiki/bin/vie...adeforBCDxxxP2
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During a search, when the scanner stops on a DMR transmission, the following information will be displayed:
• DMR -- for DMR One-Frequency systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.
• CON -- for MotoTRBO Connect Plus systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.
• CAP -- for MotoTRBO Capacity Plus systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2), and the received color code.
• DT3 -- for DMR Tier III Trunked system. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.

Are you able to get the Color Code and Slot Number to display simultaneously?

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Love the echo on the first of the two videos you posted

I've noticed when scanning a single freq DMR, if you toggle the display mode option Func + 6,
the following will be displayed:

Mode 1: ID + Frequency
Mode 2: ID + Color Code
Mode 3: ID + Slot #

I can't seem to get the radio to display both Color Code and Slot # at the same time during a service or
custom search. I have toggle tone/code search to NAC/Color Code, which at least gives me the Color Code when it's on, and DMR type when it's off.

Up on the TWiki: http://info.uniden.com/twiki/bin/vie...adeforBCDxxxP2
It says:

During a search, when the scanner stops on a DMR transmission, the following information will be displayed:
•DMR -- for DMR One-Frequency systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.
•CON -- for MotoTRBO Connect Plus systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.
•CAP -- for MotoTRBO Capacity Plus systems. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2), and the received color code.
•DT3 -- for DMR Tier III Trunked system. The scanner will also display the current slot number (S1 or S2) and the received color code.

Are you able to get the Color Code and Slot Number to display simultaneously?
I've honestly never tried. I just made the first video to prove that the 325 will do simplex. I did the other two per the original request. I don't really use the scanner much for DMR/TRBO.

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I have discovered it won't decode DMR from my Jumbospot hotspot.. found that kind of interesting.

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I have discovered it won't decode DMR from my Jumbospot hotspot.. found that kind of interesting.

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That is interesting...
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Uniden don't decode DMR simplex
What are you talking about?
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