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Old 06-30-2018, 7:38 PM
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So that it's not lost here, I believe what we were talking about is non-encrypted transmissions coming through SOUNDING encrypted. I've verified many times that this does in fact happen, it's not just someone switching encryption, it's a error on the part of the G4.
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Old 06-30-2018, 11:33 PM
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I get these sounds at times when I am on the boarder of out-of-range.
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I get these sounds at times when I am on the boarder of out-of-range.
Most "odd sounds" that I get are on the fringes as you are saying. Strangely, the "encrypted sounding" non-encrypted transmissions, occur most often when I'm line-of-sight to a tower.
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I have experienced this problem to and often times means that they are preparing for the swap to encryption.. Therefore, leaving a few of their radios for testing. Hope this helps ..
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This is quite simple;

If you are authorized, and have the decryption key, enter it in, and you will be able to monitor the traffic clearly.

If you don't have the key, why enter that talkgroup in your radio?

These units have the ability to monitor encrypted traffic if you have the right decryption key. To have the radio setup to "mute" them upon detecting encrypted traffic would nullify this feature, and make it useless to those who need to monitor traffic that is encrypted.
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