All the data is there. DSD Plus FL should then be able to scan or search for the active control channel if it has moved. I have the option "hunt for lost control channel" checked. It doesn't work.You didn't indicate that it's a P25 system. In that case, nothing should be put in the .frequencies file. DSD+ should be maintaining system data in the DSDPlus.P25data file and should use that data to follow control channel rotations.
DSD+ should be able to do that when? At startup? While DSD+ is running and the CC rotates?All the data is there. DSD Plus FL should then be able to scan or search for the active control channel if it has moved. I have the option "hunt for lost control channel" checked. It doesn't work.
If you are starting DSD+ up from scratch how is it supposed to know what system you want it to monitor? As slicerwizard said you at least have to point it in the right direction first.I would expect both? ( I say that with caution) I expect it mainly at startup. When the program is running I see it has changed the frequency when the CC has changed.
I should have mentioned I have 3 other dongles I can deploy for other things at the same time.I do much like slicerwizard -
I start up FMP24 and DSD+ from a single batch file (single dongle) I have the frequency set to a fav DMR channel - I have spent a bit of time developing my siteloader to be stocked with about every site of every type within my "earshot".... then go from there picking what I am going to monitor using the list function.
I do hit "s" to invoke my scanlist when the mood strikes and hit escape to resume normal operation.
I must say it works very slick for me.
Also there is the option to just type a new frequency into the FMPx spectrum and add to siteloader if it is not in there. Having the conventional option is also a great boon.
You should not need different folders for different systems - that sort of flies in the face of using the siteloader feature.Thanks for all the replies. I have set up my DSD Plus FL in separate folder for each system I want to monitor. 4 folder total but I only monitor one at a time unless I use my RSP1A with FMPP CC with 1R then I can monitor two (usually Bell County Texas and Fort Hood Texas.). I also have a older laptop set up for a totally different system I monitor just for the hit count. You all are great and thankful or the answers. Looks like its time for me to learn to use the site loader. Which brings me to that question, How do I use the site loader in DSD PLus?
What You and a few others have been showing me is that having 4 different file folders is completely redundant. Now if and what I have to do if I have to do to get me straight on this. I have and now understand the concept of the site loader and I have actually have it properly loaded. Now do I combine the P25 data into one file?You should not need different folders for different systems - that sort of flies in the face of using the siteloader feature.
Do you know why you have separate system folders?
The concept is designed around one DSD+ folder - pretty much for everything