Close Call / Signal Sweeper / Signal stalker works great..I highly recommend it for finding new frequencies. Service search is your friend too.Well, large parts of the rest of the world are littered with conventional and trunked NXDN and DMR systems. Running Close Call on a scanner ain't gonna cut it.
This is a "how to" guide I have put together. Any feedback on it would be great before I publish it online.
Bill, if you look at Paul's document, you'll see what the band plans are for Tasmania.
Close Call may not work for TDMA transmissions like DMR, but yes, it will work for most other digital modes. It doesn't tell you who they are, since you won't be decoding any voice traffic.Even to get the input frequencies of what system they are using?
Thanks for the feedback, I have never looked in to SDR's at all so might need to do this.Close Call may not work for TDMA transmissions like DMR, but yes, it will work for most other digital modes. It doesn't tell you who they are, since you won't be decoding any voice traffic.
An SDR / DSD+ setup out in the parking lot gets you the frequencies and their contents. It doesn't have Close Call's range limitation.