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Monitor DMR non trunking system

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dubs0980

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Hey guys,

For a non trunking UHF DMR or TRBO system can one just buy a DMR radio if you just want to monitor? Sorry for the noob question but I couldnt find an answer.
 

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Hey guys,



For a non trunking UHF DMR or TRBO system can one just buy a DMR radio if you just want to monitor? Sorry for the noob question but I couldnt find an answer.

ASSuming they are not using voice privacy or encryption then yes. You WILL need to know which time slot and color code they are using In order to be able to listen.


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Hmm I don't have that info. I'm currently decoding it with SDR and DSD+. Any way to figure out the time slot and color code?
 
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