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Old 10-04-2017, 2:59 PM
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No, I would be 99.99% sure this won't run on an RPI. Tetra is pretty resource hungry.
actually one channel runs fine on a rpi 3

you could probably do two, and maybe stretch this to three with some audio hickups
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Old 10-05-2017, 5:11 PM
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now i could make a modification to have the status messages appear also in the telive status window, but i'm not sure if it might produce to much output. could people with busy tetra networks test the patch and see what is the maximum amount of status messages in one minute?
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Thanks, I've tested on a quite busy network, but it's not too much status traffic. Maybe something every 5-10 minutes on the site I checked.

All status messages so far has been 65024. Also in all cases so far the SSI has been the mobile station id, and the SSI2 a GSSI (group). This was the same on two completely independent systems.
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Old 10-06-2017, 2:01 AM
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@oz1jua, can you share your program ? It look very handy with multiple sites en receivers
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Old 10-07-2017, 4:06 AM
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@oz1jua, can you share your program ? It look very handy with multiple sites en receivers
I have already done this. But here it is: https://github.com/oz1jua/StrTelive
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Old 10-07-2017, 4:18 AM
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Thanks, I've tested on a quite busy network, but it's not too much status traffic. Maybe something every 5-10 minutes on the site I checked.

All status messages so far has been 65024. Also in all cases so far the SSI has been the mobile station id, and the SSI2 a GSSI (group). This was the same on two completely independent systems.
A have also testet on 2 sites on same network and on one site it only give same result 5-10 minutes.
The other site it give 0.

It still could be nice to know what is ISSI and GSSI. I know it is not simple to implement from SSI.
I have try to se what different in the hex dump off SSI but cant se the differen in SSI.
So that have to be done in the osmo core code. I have a system I know what is the GSSI and ISSI.
And that system we can use to check against if this is any help.
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Hi,

Thanks for making this software!

I'd like to ask a question about the time between a call is made and it gets recorded as OGG.

Taking a look inside the "tetrad" script, I can see there's a sixty second sleep at the end, following a find for the files modified more than two minutes ago. So, would lowering the sleep make the files to get encoded sooner, or is it not enough?

Thanks in advance
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Old 10-29-2017, 11:37 PM
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Hi all

I have been trying to set up two RTLSDR receivers to monitor two different network . However both rtlsdr reports the same device ID when I use the lsusb command. Is there a way to “force” one instance of gnuradio to use a particular rtlsdr receiver?
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Old 11-04-2017, 11:22 PM
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Hello!
I don't know if you remember me. I helped you to fix a bug with the locations. So much time ago.
Now I need a little modification, but I don't know where or how to do it. I need that my KML files generated by TELIVE use the SSI Alias instead of the SSI for the name of the marks.

How can I do it?

I leave a photo so you understand better what I need to do.

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