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Voice/Control Channel Decoding Software - For discussion of software applications which decode digital voice formats and trunking control channels. Please use the HF Digital Signals forum for anything below 30MHz.

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Old 12-04-2014, 10:49 AM
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Can I use the R820T and the R820T2 with Unitrunker or does it have to be two R820T dongles, thanks.

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The implication is that the R820T2 should work. I don't know anybody who's tried it yet, but I've been contemplating getting a couple myself.
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The implication is that the R820T2 should work. I don't know anybody who's tried it yet, but I've been contemplating getting a couple myself.
Thanks Jay, I just got one (r820t2), wasn't too successful at getting it up and running with the r820t and the r820t2 so I was beginning to think that maybe it wouldn't work. Guess I will give it another shot.

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The best information I have is the R820T2 should work. The R828D does not work.
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R820T2 works great with unitrunker. More stable and less noise and problems than the R820Ts. Would be worth the investment.
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I've been using the T2 version for the past 3 weeks as my signal decoder in Unitrunker.

For the voice decode I use the .5PPM crystal version of the standard stick which also works with Unitrunker though I am using SDR# because of its displays. I'm also using an experimental driver for SDR# for the past week that allows you to tweak the auto-gain settings.
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