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Kenwood TK3212 Voice scrambler

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jok2674

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Does anyone know if you can defeat the "Voice Scrambler" function on the newer Kenwood units (TK 3212). What I mean by "defeat" is that you can scan the transmissions with a scanner and hear the message?
 

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It depends. You typically have standard voice inversion and rolling-code inversion. The former you can easily defeat with computer software and certain receiver add-on boards (e.g., AOR). For rolling code scrambling I think you can defeat it by obtaining matching hardware.

To tell the difference between the two listen for a "tick-tock" sound which indicates rolling-code.
 
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