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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 11-14-2015, 3:39 PM
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Default How to join DSD+ Fastlane

DSD+ Fast Lane
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Early access to features is being offered through the DSD+ Fast Lane program.

Fast Lane updates are expected to be released every 7 to 30 days.

Some Fast Lane updates WILL have issues/bugs. That is the nature of alpha software.

These are a few of the features that are being worked on:

better tablet support

IDAS/NEXEDGE/Cap+/Con+/TIII trunk voice following

per-call audio recordings

other needed DSD+ upgrades

FMP upgrades

squelch

drift tracking

selectable sampling rates

adjustable windows sizes

TCP client/server mode (eliminates VAC / VB-C)

multiple VFOs

Airspy support

Fully tested public releases will continue, but less frequently,
probably every 4 to 6 months.


In light of the extra workload the Fast Lane program will create,
the DSD+ team is asking Fast Laners for:

US$10 for one year of Fast Lane updates

US$25 for unlimited Fast Lane updates

Donations above these amounts are welcomed, but it's up to you.
We're not looking to get rich here. Funds will be used for things like
needed hardware upgrades.

Funds can be sent our Paypal account (dsdplusfastlane@gmail.com)

Please include a comment that specifies the email address that
your Fast Lane updates should be sent to.
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Old 11-14-2015, 4:01 PM
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Hello, I am interested in setting up a DSD software for the first time. Any good starter programs there for a novice? I am operating a BCD996P2 and my Op system is Windows 10. 73
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Old 11-14-2015, 4:14 PM
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Purchase a RTL-SDR dongle most come with an antenna these a a great tool {toy) and very cheap 10.00 you can get started just start reading about it a great new hobby. see aircraft flying in your area. also tune to a wide range of frequencies.
have fun.
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DSD+ Fast Lane
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Early access to features is being offered through the DSD+ Fast Lane program.

Fast Lane updates are expected to be released every 7 to 30 days.

Some Fast Lane updates WILL have issues/bugs. That is the nature of alpha software.

These are a few of the features that are being worked on:

better tablet support

IDAS/NEXEDGE/Cap+/Con+/TIII trunk voice following

per-call audio recordings

other needed DSD+ upgrades

FMP upgrades

squelch

drift tracking

selectable sampling rates

adjustable windows sizes

TCP client/server mode (eliminates VAC / VB-C)

multiple VFOs

Airspy support

Fully tested public releases will continue, but less frequently,
probably every 4 to 6 months.


In light of the extra workload the Fast Lane program will create,
the DSD+ team is asking Fast Laners for:

US$10 for one year of Fast Lane updates

US$25 for unlimited Fast Lane updates

Donations above these amounts are welcomed, but it's up to you.
We're not looking to get rich here. Funds will be used for things like
needed hardware upgrades.

Funds can be sent our Paypal account (dsdplusfastlane@gmail.com)

Please include a comment that specifies the email address that
your Fast Lane updates should be sent to.
Thanks! Just sent my $10USD!
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Old 11-08-2018, 5:04 PM
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i just sent my payment, how soon can i expect it arrive to my email?
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mine came like within 24 hours
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i just sent my payment, how soon can i expect it arrive to my email?
Don't expect frequent updates. Despite the e-mail telling you otherwise, I've seen only 2 updates since May (one was 2.98 when I joined, and then 2.113 in July). I'm not complaining about that, I'm simply stating do not expect frequent updates. It's pretty bulletproof right now, and I was happy to support such a good program.
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And I just sent my US$25 for unlimited Fast Lane updates.
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Don't expect frequent updates. Despite the e-mail telling you otherwise, I've seen only 2 updates since May (one was 2.98 when I joined, and then 2.113 in July). I'm not complaining about that, I'm simply stating do not expect frequent updates. It's pretty bulletproof right now, and I was happy to support such a good program.
There was supposedly an update released on Sunday adding P25 Phase II decoding support, still waiting on mine
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Yeah me too it should be here soon, and when my sdr usb receivers I won't have any problem getting the new Mississippi hp

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