You should only have one copy of TNM running. More than that will have unforeseen side affects. Main problem been port conflicts.Sorry for missing this feature in changelog. Is it possible to make this "F12 window " not in full screen but in a classic window? So we could place it as desired.
Otherwise, If I have more than 1 SDR# running with tuners, all the tuners are seen in only 1 TNM instance, not in others.
I mean for example if I have 1 SDR# with tuners 1&2 on TETRA network 1 and another SDR# with tuners 3&4 on TETRA network 2, I could not see tuners 3&4 on the second TNM (assuming I have a TNM in each SDR# folder).
With TNM+plugins you can monitor the two separate networks (or more).Is it designed to work like that ? Is it possible that each TNM instance only see tuners in its SDR# folder ? If I want to tune to 10 TETRA networks, the only-1-TNM instance is going to be very active
It's meant to connect different running copies of SDR# (with TNMplugins) to each other so you can monitor all the defined MCCH and see the call activity all in one place. Only one call can play at once so calls are either played on a first seen first played or by using lockouts and/or priorities to focus on calls of interest.
How you set it up depends on hardware used like dongle bandwidth and location of the (in you case) 2 networks from each other. e.g. Is one say on 390MHz and the other on 420MHz.
If you have a dongle that is 10MHz wide and both networks (or MCCH) and all their carriers can be seen in that bandwidth, then only one SDR#+plugins is needed. 2 plugins for each MCCH and 1 plugin that is used to move to any carrier within that bandwidth (of the dongle).
If you have a dongle that is say 2.4MHz wide and both networks (or MCCH) and all their carriers can NOT be seen in that bandwidth, then you will maybe need 3 running SDR# (1 dongle for each) running.
First SDR# for first MCCH
Second SDR# for second MCCH (because this is outside the bandwidth of first SDR# bandwidth)
And maybe a third SDR# which is used to tune to any carrier that any of the first and second SDR# requires that are outside their only bandwidths.
If the first and second SDR# can each see all of their related carriers, then the third SDR# is not needed.
The 'Call view' only shows the active call.Forget when I said to put TNM in a classic window when pressing F12, I tried after, it's OK. (checkbox unchecked).
I was thinking if it would be possible, when pressing on F12, to display in the window as many Group/User fields as there are MNC tuned ?
So it will be clearer to see which TETRA network is "talking".
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