No Java required for 0.5.0 alpha 2 onward.Where can I find information on how to install on a windows 10 machine? Everything I see is for linux.
SDRTrunk is my "goto" for the APCO P25 PII TDMA system here. I really enjoy the sound quality of the JMBE library in SDRTrunk. Glad you're enjoying it as well.I finally got around to trying this. I had held off for a long time as the one and only P25 Phase I system I am in range of is 30+ miles distant. I finally decided to try it today. Install for Windows 10 is exactly as air-scan describes it above. After getting over the hurdles of ME (like forgetting my Airspy was already running with SDR# in the background so I couldn't see it as a tuner in SDRTrunk) it was up and running pretty fast. I am impressed with the audio quality. The only thing I've heard that equals it at this time is the P25RX receiver. With a pretty weak signal here it sounds fantastic.
No, you'll need more than one dongle for that. SDRTrunk doesn't allow for using one dongle unless the range is within what the dongle supports. Those RTL-SDR dongles will usually do 2.048 Mhz.Hi all... I too am looking to use SDRTrunk to monitor my local FDs TGs on our county's 850 MHz P25PII system (my project for Thanksgiving week, though I've had the RTL-SDR dongles since last August). Question: will SDRTrunk monitor the system with one dongle (3.9375 MHz between lowest and highest frequencies)? If so, can I set it up to monitor that system with one dongle and the statewide and neighboring agency's VHF analog freqs on the other?