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Any way to suppress encry comms?

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jfroot

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If one is scanning the LCNs of a ProVoice system due to ESK implementation, is there a way to suppress encrypted comms? Most comms are unencrypted provoice, however some TGs are encry. Is there any trickery that can be done on an LPE200 to not output the garbled encrypted?

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Delete the talk group out of the radio.

If one is scanning the LCNs of a ProVoice system due to ESK implementation, is there a way to suppress encrypted comms? Most comms are unencrypted provoice, however some TGs are encry. Is there any trickery that can be done on an LPE200 to not output the garbled encrypted?

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He isn't trunking the system, he's scanning it conventionally with the LPE (due to ESK evidently). I would say you are likely SOL on this one I'm afraid.
 

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What about outside RX address? Your system may be set up to have a common RX address for non-encrypted comms, and a different one for encrypted comms. The default RX address is 85. You might have to do some experimenting
 

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That sounds like a good idea. So you are syaing instead of using 172 try experimenting with others. Is there a way to see what the RX address is via any tools out there?
 
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EDACS doesn't make any distinction between a digital channel assignment and an encrypted digital assignment - it's up to the radio itself to "know" that a particular TG is encrypted, or clear from the radio personality. Oh, and the outside address is fixed in trunked operation.

Sorry. Guess you're out of luck.
 
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