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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 01-07-2018, 7:10 PM
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I haven't been able to get the compile to work either. I've downloaded and extracted the jmbe_builder zip file and run the Make_jmbe_library_windows batch file. It creates a folder labeled jmbe but I haven't been able to find jmbe_0.3.2.jar file file. I-m running Win 7 64-bit and have Java 8.0_73


Found a post from last year that says "the JMBE auto-builder requires you to have the (Java Development Kit) version installed and the JAVA_HOME environment variable setup. I have to update the instructions on the wiki." Don't believe I have the development kit.
Where the heck do you set the JAVA_HOME at? Been trying ot get JMBE going without luck because of this and poor instructions on the JMBE Wiki.
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Where the heck do you set the JAVA_HOME at? Been trying ot get JMBE going without luck because of this and poor instructions on the JMBE Wiki.
This post is what I used as a guide =

https://forums.radioreference.com/2537065-post135.html

This how I set JAVA_HOME =


https://forums.radioreference.com/2537067-post136.html
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Where the heck do you set the JAVA_HOME at? Been trying ot get JMBE going without luck because of this and poor instructions on the JMBE Wiki.
We're you able to get the jmbe library compiled, or do you still need help?

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I have used SDR's before for finding talkgroups and information and I ran across this program and thought I would try it. I have downloaded everything that is required on web page. I have the SDR tuner recognized. How do I start getting information from the frequency I have entered? Is there a youtube video or such to walk us thru the whole process? Thanks for any help that can be offered It looks like an awesome program.
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I have used SDR's before for finding talkgroups and information and I ran across this program and thought I would try it. I have downloaded everything that is required on web page. I have the SDR tuner recognized. How do I start getting information from the frequency I have entered? Is there a youtube video or such to walk us thru the whole process? Thanks for any help that can be offered It looks like an awesome program.
The User's manual is here: https://github.com/DSheirer/sdrtrunk...rManual_V0.3.0

and the specific page on setting up channel configurations is here: https://github.com/DSheirer/sdrtrunk...hannels_V0.3.0

You'll have to create a channel configuration that identifiers the source frequency and the decoder to use, and then any optional logging or recording. Then enable the configuration and it will start decoding.

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Default Can't find priority setting

Denny, I am running the latest version of java and SDRTrunk. When creating an alias, I can't find anyplace to set a priority for the talkgroup. Was this feature eliminated, or am I missing something? I am running this on Windows 10.

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Old 01-15-2018, 7:07 PM
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Craig, after you select an alias, you should be able to add an Audio Priority with the 'New' button on the Audio/Identifier tab in the alias editor.

If you've already assigned an audio priority and/or if you have assigned a priority of 'Do Not Monitor', the 'New' button won't give you the option to add another priority.

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Wow, that was there all along and I could not find it. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. It works like a charm. Is there a way to program a hold time for a particular talk group so that the program doesn't start scanning for other active talk groups right away ? Sometimes the dispatcher is slow to answer and the program will roll to the next active talk group, interrupting the conversation.
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Talkgroup hold is not yet implemented, but there's an issue to add that feature.
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