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    Posted: 02-Januari-2020 at 23:45
Green Cargo och andra järnvägsrelaterade bolag finns med i PTS listor.
Begär ut 420MHz-425MHz i göteborgs län. Det bör inte bli mer än 10 sidor som är gratis
om du enbart begär ut tillståndsinnehavarens namn, antennplatsens exakta address och sändarfrekvensen.

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Originally posted by TRX3001 TRX3001 wrote:

Originally posted by Glenn Glenn wrote:

Har kört 2.228 under en period.
mycket trevlig mjukvara
Upplever nog ljudkvalitén som god <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" align="middle" />

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Nu blev jag nyfiken. 423.0875, vad har vi där?


PPM låg +45.0 fel på min typ 9 kronors Alibaba sticka.
Rätt freq är 423.10625 MHZ.

trolig användare är typ: Green Cargo rangering vid GBG central Stn eller trakten däromkring.
Körde tidigare analogt FM i samma freq område.

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Originally posted by Glenn Glenn wrote:

Har kört 2.228 under en period.
mycket trevlig mjukvara
Upplever nog ljudkvalitén som god <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" align="middle" />

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Nu blev jag nyfiken. 423.0875, vad har vi där?
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Har kört 2.228 under en period.
mycket trevlig mjukvara
Upplever nog ljudkvalitén som god



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Tack för tipset! Ska laborera lite👍🏻
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Kolla hur wav inspelningarna låter i DSDPlus.wav vid uppspelning med olika spelare.

Det är lame_enc.dll filen som det finns flera olika versioner av som genererar ljudet.
Försök testa med olika versioner. Jag använder en fil från 2014-10-01 som jag tycker låter bra.

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(edit:årtalet blev fel)

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Inga nya moder i senaste uppdateringen (hela loggen ligger i inlägget ovanför) Tycker programmet känns snabbare och stabilare för varje uppdatering. Programmet har nu fått menyer och musstyrning.

VIKTIGT! Om man ”pipar” ljudet med tex VBcable måste man göra några justeringar i programmet efter senaste uppdateringen

1. Menu -> Control -> Enable passive digital monitor
2. Menu -> Inputs -> välj ljudkälla (tex VBcable out)

Ett problem jag alltid haft med DSD är att alla låter tokförkyld! Mycket nästäppa. Kanske är normalt då jag inte lyckats ändra det sen första versionen :/

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Ska testa ladda ned det senare. Ska vi se vad som händer.
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Någon som har provat den senaste versionen och kan sammanfatta förbättringar? Klarar den av att decoda några nya moder?
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Här är loggen för alla uppdateringar om nån är intresserad.


DSD+ 2.228

    Added differentiation of EP, DES and AES for encrypted DMR voice calls.

    Added decoding of some additional Connect Plus messages.

    Added mouse functionality to site loader window:

      Scroll wheel selects site

      Left mouse click selects site

      Left mouse click on selected site loads site

    Made some internal changes to TCP linking.

    Various cleanup / bug fixes.

    Added some cheese to the menu.

FMP24 2.60

    Made some internal changes to TCP linking.

    Added support for dongle serial strings.
    Use -i"<serial>" on the FMP24 command line to target a specific dongle.
    Dongle serial strings can be any alphanumeric string up to 8 characters long.
    Use rtl_eeprom.exe to set/edit dongle serial strings.

FMPA 2.34

    Made some internal changes to TCP linking.

FMPP 1.9

    Made some internal changes to TCP linking.

    Updated to SDRPlay API version 3.06

sdrplay_api.dll

    DLL for SDRPlay API version 3.06
    This file should be in the same folder as FMPP.exe

LRRP 1.22

    Some minor bugfixes.



DSD+ 2.212

    Improved site loader operation.

    Addressed issue with P25 IDEN_UP_TDMA processing.

    Eliminated excessive writes to DSDPlus.radios file.

FMP-Map 1.7

    Open Streetmap servers have returned to accepting HTTP connections, so the stunnel
    program is currently not needed to download map tiles. FMP-Map 1.7 connects directly
    to the Open Streetmap servers instead of relying on HTTPS connections through stunnel.



DSD+ 2.205

    Fixed .srt file RAN display.

    Made some tweaks to RAS handling.

    Made changes to single receiver mode Cap+ voice following.

    Some changes to .P25data file generation logic.

    Added support for multiple DMR talker alias formats.

    By request, added 'G' active key to enable/disable
    "Set priority override to HIGH on new talkgroups" mode:

      When this mode is enabled, when a talkgroup record is created
      (generally, this is on the first group call made on the talkgroup),
      DSD+ will set the priority override value for that talkgroup to HIGH.
      This makes it more likely that you will hear or record voice traffic for new groups.

    Made changes to handling of site loaded conventional P25 channels:

      The site network ID is displayed as a decimal value in the event log.

      Conventional P25 network IDs are stored as decimal values in the .groups and .radios files.

      Conventional P25 network IDs should be selected from the range 1 to 4095. By using unique
      network IDs, users with the same P25 radio IDs can be disambiguated in the .radios file.

      Use a common network ID, but different site IDs, on conventional P25 channels that are
      related in some way, e.g. when the same users can appear on multiple conventional channels,
      for example when running counter-intelligence on FBI agents.

    Added more program state tags to event window title bar and channel window title bar.
    These tags are displayed as required:

      NoCCH                 Control channel hunting is disabled

      NoVF                  Trunked voice/data monitoring is blocked

      NewTgHiPri            Setting high priority override on new talkgroups is enabled

FMP24 2.57

    Fixed AM demodulation issues.

    Eliminated high CPU loading during scanning.

FMPA 2.33

    Eliminated high CPU loading during scanning.

FMPP 1.8

    Eliminated high CPU loading during scanning.

LRRP 1.21

    Fixed a MaxAge handling issue.



DSD+ 2.197

    Note: TCP linking will not work with older copies of FMP24/FMPA/FMPP.
    Use the copies provided in this update.


    Fixed some 1R (single receiver) mode issues.


    Added decoding of additional P25 Phase II messages.


    VSELP LDU detection (no processing) added.


    Added ability to block control channel hunting.
    Press "C" in DSD+ to toggle.


    Added program state tags to event window title bar and channel window title bar.
    These tags are displayed as required:

      REC                   Raw audio recording is active

      InvPol               Decoding polarity is inverted

      NoNF                  Noise filter is disabled

      NoSF                  Symbol shaping filter is disabled

      AlertOnClearVoice     Alert generated at start of each clear voice transmission

      AlertOnEncVoice       Alert generated at start of each encrypted voice transmission

      AlertOnAnyVoice       Alert generated at start of each voice transmission

      MonThresh=<num>       Voice monitoring threshold (displayed when not set to 100)

      MonMode=<num>        Raw audio monitoring mode (displayed when not set to 0)

      SynthNoAudio          Voice audio synthesis is disabled

      SynthSlot1            Voice audio synthesis is enabled for DMR slot 1 only

      SynthSlot2            Voice audio synthesis is enabled for DMR slot 2 only

      Vol=<num> dB          Synthesized audio volume level


    Added DSDPlus.siteLoader file and site loader window.

    This feature adds a simple method to directly tune to trunked sites or conventional channels.
    Users add trunked site and conventional channel entries to the DSDPlus.siteLoader file
    and then use the site loader window to select a site or channel, which is then tuned to
    by FMP24, FMPA or FMPP. TCP linking is required.

    The format of the DSDPlus.siteLoader file mimics the DSDPlus.sites file.
    Trunked site entries may be directly copied from the .sites file to the .siteLoader file.

    Like the .sites file, the line format is protocol, network ID, site number, "alias text"

    Trunked:

      Additional "header" entries can be created to identify/name networks.
      Use a site number value of zero for network header/name entries.

    Conventional:

      Entries can be created for direct tuning to conventional channels.
      Use a protocol type of "Conv" or "Conventional" for conventional channel entries.
      Typically, you should use unique network ID and site number values on conventional entries.
      This lets DSD+ maintain separate talkgroup and radio records for each conventional digital
      voice channel.

      Both digital voice and analog voice conventional channel tuning is supported.
      AM analog entries are supported when DSD+ is linked to FMP24.
      FMPA and FMPP do not currently support AM demodulation.

      Frequency and mode/protocol are specified in the alias text for each conventional entry.
      The frequency value must appear first, then the analog mode or digital voice protocol,
      then an identifying channel name.

      For analog FM entries, only frequency and channel name are required.

      For analog AM entries, use "AM" as the mode text.

      For digital voice entries, use the appropriate protocol name. Choices are "ProVoice",
      "P25", "D-Star", "Fusion", "DMR", "DCDM", "dPMR", "NXDN48" and "NXDN96".

      DSD+ uses the mode/protocol values to select appropriate bandwidth, demodulation
      and monitoring mode settings.

    Entries of any type can appear more than once in the file, i.e. you can copy some
    favorite / commonly used entries from elsewhere in the file to the top for quick access.

    Sample DSDPlus.siteLoader file contents:

      P25, BEE11.123, 0, "Mulberry PS"
      P25, BEE11.123, 1.1, "North"
      P25, BEE11.123, 2.2, "South"

      Con+, 1234, 0, "ACME"
      Con+, 1234, 1, "Site 1"
      Con+, 1234, 1, "Site 2"

      Conv, 1, 1, "162.550 WX1"
      Conv, 1, 2, "119.150 AM ATIS"
      Conv, 1, 3, "163.830 P25 FBI"

    Press L in DSD+ to open the Network/Site Loader window.
    With the sample file above, the window would look like:

      P25        Mulberry PS
                   North
                   South
      Con+       ACME
                   Site 1
                   Site 2
      Conv       162.550 WX1
      Conv       119.150 AM ATIS
      Conv       163.830 P25 FBI

    Use the Up/Down and PageUp/PageDown keys to highlight a trunked site or a conventional channel.
    Press Enter to tune to the selected site/channel or press Esc to close the window.

    If an entry is displayed in red, DSD+ does not have any frequency information to work with:

      For trunked P25 sites, manually tune to them or their neighbors and monitor for a while;
      DSD+ will record control channel information in the DSDPlus.P25data file.

      For other trunked sites, edit the DSDPlus.frequencies file and add site frequencies.

      If a conventional entry is red, something is wrong with the frequency information
      in the entry's alias text.

    The location and size of the network/site loader window and the size of the text
    are adjusted in the same manner as the event log window.

    A high contrast mode can be selected by pressing H, but the red color used to warn
    of a lack of frequency information will not be displayed in high contrast modes.

    If, after loading a trunking site, extra/erroneous channels/frequencies are displayed in
    the channel window, press D to force DSD+ to discard all system information and rebuild it.

FMP24 2.56

    Added support for DSDPlus.siteLoader file.

    Added support for bias tee control to provide power to a preamp.
    Tested with rtl-sdr.com v3 dongles. Requires updated rtlsdr.dll file.

      Use -T1 on the FMP24 command line to enable the bias tee.

      Press "t" in FMP24 to toggle the bias tee state.

rtlsdr.dll

    Updated file that supports FMP24 bias tee control.
    This file should be in the same folder as FMP24.exe

FMPA 2.31

    Added support for DSDPlus.siteLoader file.

    Added "t" active key to toggle bias tee state.

FMPP 1.6

    Added support for DSDPlus.siteLoader file.

    Updated to SDRPlay API version 3.04

sdrplay_api.dll

    DLL for SDRPlay API version 3.04
    This file should be in the same folder as FMPP.exe



DSD+ 2.186

    Addressed buzzing audio when monitoring DMR trunk traffic in single receiver mode.

    Fixed single receiver mode NEXEDGE96 trunk tracking / voice following.

    Added a manual check for updates. Press U in DSD+ to check for a newer version.
    When a newer version is available, modify the trailing digits in the download link
    in your notification email to match the new update's version number.
    Use the same zipfile password to unpack each new update.



DSD+ 2.183

    Implemented single receiver mode Cap+ trunk tracking / voice following.

    Implemented single receiver mode TIII trunk tracking / voice following.

    Implemented single receiver mode hold function.

    By request, added options to include talkgroup and/or radio aliases
    in per-call audio files' file names:

      -P<T|R|B><wav|mp3> Also create per-call wav or mp3 files

      <T|R|B>: add talkgroup, radio or both aliases to file names

    Lack of aliases in audio file names can be used to flag unidentified groups or users.

FMPP 1.4

    Made some stability improvements.



DSD+ 2.176

    By request, added a mode that hides traffic that is below the current monitoring threshold.
    Press B in DSD+ to cycle through modes. Use T/t to adjust monitoring threshold.
    Hidden traffic will not appear in the event window and will be dimmed in the channel window.

    Added single receiver monitoring mode. In this mode, single copies of DSD+ and
    FMP24/FMPA/FMPP switch between control/rest channel monitoring and voice/data call monitoring.

    Use -r1 on the DSD+ command line to enable single receiver mode.
    Tune FMPx to a trunk control or rest channel to begin system monitoring.
    Press C in DSD+ to switch between CC/Rest channel only monitoring (no voice/data monitoring)
    and normal mode (CC/Rest/voice/data monitoring)

    When -r1 is used, all communication between DSD+ and FMPx is done via TCP link;
    nothing is communicated through the file system. This means that DSD+ and FMPx can be
    running on separate computers on a local network or anywhere on the Internet.

    In -r1 mode, multiple copies of DSD+ and FMPx can run in the same folder and share the
    DSD+ data files. Each DSD+/FMPx pair can monitor different sites or systems.
    Use the -F<num> file name modifier on the DSD+ command line for each additional copy of
    DSD+ to avoid file naming conflicts.

    Note: In single receiver mode, some extraneous entries may appear in the event and channel windows.

    Note: Due to changes made to the DSD+/FMPx TCP linking protocol to support single receiver mode,
    DSD+ 2.176 can only be TCP linked to updated copies of FMP24, FMPA and FMPP.

FMP24 2.52

    Restored proper handling of dongle removal/insertion.
    Added support for DSD+ single receiver mode.
    Due to TCP link protocol changes, FMP24 2.52 will not work with previous versions of DSD+.

FMPA 2.29

    Added support for DSD+ single receiver mode.
    Due to TCP link protocol changes, FMPA 2.29 will not work with previous versions of DSD+.

FMPP 1.3

    Added support for DSD+ single receiver mode.
    Due to TCP link protocol changes, FMPP 1.3 will not work with previous versions of DSD+.

LRRP 1.20

    Made some stability improvements.

1R.bat

    Batch file to run DSD+ in single receiver mode.
    Requires updated FMPA, FMPP or FMP24 listening on TCP port 20001.
    Typical command line for FMPA/FMPP/FMP24: FMPx -i1 -o20001
    You can use the existing FMPx-CC.bat files.

1Ra.bat

    Batch file to run a second instance of DSD+ in single receiver mode.
    The two copies of DSD+ will coexist in the same folder with each copy creating separate
    logs and per-call audio folders.
    Requires updated FMPA, FMPP or FMP24 listening on TCP port 20002.
    Typical command line for FMPA/FMPP/FMP24: FMPx -i2 -o20002
    You can use the existing FMPx-VC.bat files.



DSD+ 2.169

    More DMR TIII messages decoded


FMP24 2.49

    Some stability improvements


FMPA 2.27

    Some stability improvements


FMPP 1.0

    DSD+ compatible SDR software for SDRPlay RSP2 receivers.
    Other SDRPlay receivers are not supported, but some functionality may be possible.

    Operation is similar to FMPA; refer to FMP.txt, FMPA.txt and
    FMPA feature updates documented in this change log.

    Use Notepad to add your SDRPlay serial number(s) to the FMPP.cfg file.

    FMPP help summary:

      Usage:
        FMPP [options]   Normal operation
        FMPP -h          Show help

      Options:
        -i<num>     SDRPlay device number (1-255) [-i1]
        -o<num>     Output audio device (1-255) [-o1]
        -o<port>    Output audio TCP port (256-65535)
        -A<num>     RSP2 antenna select (1-2) [-A1]
        -N<num>     Enable/disable RSP2 notch filters (0-1) [-N0]
        -L<num>     LNA gain (0-8) [-L8]
        -M<num>     IF gain (0-59) [-M30]
        -T<num>     Enable/disable RSP2 bias tee (0-1) [-T0]
        -f<MHz>     Initial tuned frequency [-f99.9]
        -b<kHz>     Initial filter bandwidth (4, 7.6, 9.5, 12.5, 22) [-b7]
        -u<num>     Enable/disable unlicensed spectrum display (0-1) [-u0]
        -z<num>     Show zoomed spectrum (0-1) [-z1]
        -n<num>     Select noise filter (0-2) [-n0]
        -v<num>     Set volume level (0-500) [-v100]
        -s<num>     Enable/disable scanner mode (0-1) [-s0]
        -wsl<v>.<h> Spectrum window location [-wsl50.50]
        -_<num>     Minimize windows at startup; bitmapped
        -rc        Role is trunk control/rest channel monitor
        -rv        Role is trunk voice channel monitor

      Active keys:
       0-9 . Enter set frequency
               [/] select step size
        Cursor </> step frequency
      Ctrl Csr </> step frequency by 250 Hz

                 U toggle unlicensed spectrum display mode
                 M toggle spectrum memory overlay
                 X reset spectrum memory
                 Z toggle spectrum zoom overlay
                 I select injection mode
               b/B select bandpass filter
                 F select noise filter
        Cursor ^/v adjust volume level
          spacebar toggle muting

                 A toggle RSP2 antenna select
                 O toggle RSP2 notch filters
               j/J adjust LNA gain
               k/K adjust IF gain

                 R toggle raw I/Q and FM demod recording

                 S start scanner mode or exit hold mode
                 C start trunk control/rest channel following mode
                 V start trunk voice channel following mode

                 ? list active keys
               Esc exit scanner/CC/VC modes or exit program

       Left click on spectrum: retune



DSD+ 2.165

    Fixed a monitoring threshold issue

    Added decoding of additional P25 Phase II messages

    Fixed a Fusion audio decoding/synthesis bug

    Added decoding of more D-Star GPS messages

    Made changes to Con+ network map decoding; now also includes a progress indicator

    More DMR TIII messages decoded

    Added support for the DMR TIII CPS-P3 numbering plan. If all talkgroups and radio IDs
    seen on a TIII system only use values in the range 1048577 to 16743880, the operators
    are likely using CPS-P3. If ", CPS-P3" is appended to the network's entry in the
    DSDPlus.networks file, DSD+ will translate the AI (air interface) talkgroup and radio
    numbers to their equivalent CPS-P3 values. Do NOT make this change for TIII systems
    that are not using CPS-P3.


    Original .networks file entry: TIII, 1000:13, "AcmeInc", 5

    Original talkgroup: 1048577
    Original radio ID: 1048600


    Updated .networks file entry:   TIII, 1000:13, "AcmeInc", 5, CPS-P3

    CPS-P3 talkgroup: 328-20-900
    CPS-P3 radio ID:   328-20-223


    CPS-P3 talkgroup format: prefix-fleet-group
    CPS-P3 radio ID format: prefix-fleet-unit

    Prefix range is 328 to 806; typically, different prefix ranges are assigned
    to each radio shop / airtime provider in a large TIII network

    Fleet range is 20 to 89

    Group range is 900 to 999

    Fleets 20 to 41 can have unit values from 200 to 899
    Fleets 42 to 89 are limited to unit values 200 to 549


FMP24 2.47

    Some stability improvements


FMPA 2.25

    Added support for bias tee control. Use -T1 on command line to power Airspy bias tee.
    Bias tee is powered down when FMPA exits.


LRRP 1.19

    Added support for very large datasets (100,000+ data points);
    datapoint rendering speed has been increased by roughly 20 times.

    Added maximum data age control. Use [ and ] to control maximum age of displayed datapoints.
    Current limit is displayed in map window title bar.



DSD+ 2.155

    Fixed D-Star header decoding bug

    TIII DFA (direct frequency access) support added

    NEXEDGE DFA support added

    Resolved signal polarity issue

    Some DSDPlus.P25data file issues resolved

    By request, if a monitored P25 control channel is not broadcasting bandplan data,
    DSD+ will retrieve bandplan data from the DSDPlus.P25data file.
    Bandplan data is recorded in DSDPlus.P25data as system sites are monitored.
    The DSDPlus.P25data file can also be manually edited to add bandplan data.



DSD+ 2.145

    Memory usage has been further reduced

    The -mp (PSK optimizations) command line option has been removed;
    Optimizations for FM demodulated PSK signals are now automatically applied

    The maximum length for network/site/group/radio alias text has been increased to 140 characters

    The leading asterisk (*"...") used for OTA NXDN radio aliases in the DSDPlus.radios file
    is now also used for OTA D-Star, Fusion, DMR and P25 radio aliases

    Improved decoding of D-Star GPS messages

    Added decoding of standard DMR talker alias and talker GPS messages

    Added detection of Motorola TX Interruptible voice calls

    Added decoding of Hytera emergency activations

    Added decoding of P25 status update, message update and talker alias messages

    By request, added a new data file named DSDPlus.P25Data;
    DSD+ auto-records P25 trunking system information for each monitored system/site.
    Information includes system IDs, system bandplans, site numbers, site NACs, site BSIs,
    site neighbors, site channels and their usage (CC/SCC/voice/data)

    Added P25 Phase II trunktracking and voice decoding

      Requirements

       - a full CC plus VC trunktracking DSD+ setup,
        i.e. CC and VC signal sources and CC DSD+ and VC DSD+ instances running

       - CC side can be any P25 control channel signal source feeding CC DSD+
        (tapped scanner, RTL dongle, Airspy, etc., FMP24, FMPA, SDR#, etc.)

       - VC side MUST be an RTL dongle controlled by FMP24 or an Airspy controlled by FMPA

       - VC side MUST use TCP linking between FMPA/FMP24 and VC DSD+

      Operational notes

       - Phase II decoding needs stronger signals than Phase I decoding

       - Airspy / Airspy Mini plus FMPA is the best choice for decoding weak CC and VC signals;
        if you have only one Airspy, use it for VC decoding

       - control channel decoding will be best if CC side uses FMPA/FMP24 TCP linked to CC DSD+;
        filter bandwidth should be set to 9.5 kHz or 12.5 kHz; use of other SDR software or
        a tapped receiver will not work well with weak control channel signals

       - run the four components: CC audio source, CC DSD+, VC FMPA/FMP24, VC DSD+

       - CC DSD+, VC FMPA/FMP24 and VC DSD+ must all be run from the same folder

       - tune CC side to a P25 control channel on a site that carries Phase II traffic

       - if required, press E in CC DSD+ to block tuning of encrypted traffic

       - CC DSD+ will direct VC FMPA/FMP24 to Phase I and Phase II voice calls

       - VC DSD+ will decode Phase I and Phase II audio

     Note: If you see "Unhandled PDU" messsages in the VC event log window,
           it means that the system is broadcasting messages that DSD+ does
           not currently decode. We will need raw VC recordings of these messages
           in order to add support for them to DSD+


FMPA 2.23

    Added support for P25 Phase II handling


FMP24 2.44

    Added support for P25 Phase II handling


LRRP 1.17

    Open Streetmap servers have returned to accepting HTTP connections, so the stunnel
    program is currently not needed to download map tiles. LRRP 1.17 connects directly
    to the Open Streetmap servers instead of relying on HTTPS connections through stunnel.



DSD+ 2.113


USA License Data

    June 26, 2018 FCC data was used to create updated FMP/FMP24/FMPA-compatible CSV files.

    Per-state files are here:

      https://mega.nz/#!11xB2aLJ!gP22-O4AIa1WJZlhREwtZgqnWpdREdtFzj4lah3--I8

    A single USA-wide file is here:

      https://mega.nz/#!Z1g1HaCZ!476AOvuXzcLW_q6yKcTreFBqtuJOU2OaXuVIaUiqOG0

    The DSD+ 2.10 notes explain how to use these files.


    Code changes have reduced the size of the DSDPlus.exe file by 50 kB

    Memory management changes have reduced the DSD+ memory commit size by 150 MB

    Some changes made to error handling

    Handling of background messages in the console window / console log has been modified;
    background messages should now appear on a separate line

    Some changes made to D-Star handling

    Added D-Star DTMF decoding/synthesis

    Added DMR DTMF/Knox tone decoding/synthesis; Fusion/NXDN tone handling added, but not tested

    Some changes made to NXDN radio alias processing

    Added elevation data decoding to NXDN AVL messages

    Added bearing display from FMPA/FMP24 CSV data; see FMPA notes below

    Added decoding and display of P25 extended functions and status queries

    Added synthesized audio volume control

      Use the cursor up/down keys to adjust output audio gain from 0 dB to -50 dB (muted)
      in 0.5 dB steps

      The gain level is displayed in the event window title and the channel window title

      Analog audio levels can be adjusted with the cursor up/down keys in FMPA and FMP24


FMPA 2.19

    Some changes made to error handling

    In the FMP24.cfg and FMPA.cfg files, the line that defines the distance units (km or miles)
    now supports the addition of the word "bearing", for example "miles and bearing" or
    "bearing and km"; this tells FMP24 and FMPA to display transmitter bearing values
    (0 to 359 degrees) as the mouse is moved over the spectrum display. Bearing data is also
    displayed in the console window and passed to DSD+ via TCP link. The order of the words
    in the .cfg file control the order (distance, then bearing or bearing, then distance)
    in which FMP24, FMPA and DSD+ display distances and bearings.


FMP24 2.40

    Some changes made to error handling

    Some changes made to -b- (bandwidth lock) handling

    Added support for signal bearing display; see FMPA notes above


LRRP 1.15

    Code changes have reduced the size of the LRRP.exe file by 35 kB

    User-selected distance units (miles or km) are now saved in the LRRP.cfg file

    Pressing 'B' now moves the LRRP map display to the background, i.e. behind all other
    visible windows. LRRP.exe remains in focus, which lets you manipulate the map while
    other windows (DSD+. FMP24/FMPA) are visible in the foreground.

    LRRP.exe uses the HTTP protocol to connect to Open Streetmap servers to download map tiles,
    but those servers now only accept HTTPS connections. We will not be modifying LRRP.exe
    to use HTTPS; instead, LRRP.exe now makes local HTTP connections to port 3000.
    To enable retrieval of OSM map tiles, users must download and install the stunnel proxy.

    The current download location is: https://www.stunnel.org/downloads

    Download and run stunnel-x.xx-win32-installer.exe

    The stunnel installer will walk you through the setup process.

    Install stunnel for all users and select all of the default choices.

    In the text window that opens, just press Enter at each prompt.

    The stunnel.conf file has to be edited; these lines should be present at the end of the file:

      [mylocalproxy]
      client = yes
      accept = 127.0.0.1:3000
      connect = tile.openstreetmap.org:443

    When stunnel is installed and configured correctly, LRRP.exe will be able to download
    OSM map tiles through the stunnel proxy.


FMP-Map 1.6

    User-selected distance units (miles or km) are now saved in the FMP-Map.cfg file

    FMP-Map now supports displaying bearings along with distance. This feature is enabled by
    Adding the word "bearing" to the sixth line in FMP-Map.cfg

    OSM map tile downloads are now made through local port 3000; see LRRP.exe notes above



DSD+ 2.98 Changes
-----------------


USA License Data

    March 16, 2018 FCC data was used to create updated FMP/FMP24/FMPA-compatible CSV files.

    Per-state files are here:

      https://mega.nz/#!kgpEUSqB!IoiPVHZ9QynndlV5buzcsoZAKb88AQGpXCyPNPsFgwA

    A single USA-wide file is here:

      https://mega.nz/#!BtYwEDaT!dC-8XgSTDVtNbC7IYEtHOsuS1x3fwOjqxcBBJuPVs4U

    The DSD+ 2.10 notes explain how to use these files.


    D-Star voice and link control decoding improvements.

    Fusion voice and link control decoding improvements.

    NXDN: Additional AVL messages decoded.

    DMR:

      Some changes to TIII processing.

      Additional TIII messages decoded.

      Some changes to voice link control decoding.

    P25: Neighbor status (Networked, Failed, etc.) display added to console log and event log.

    Added fixes for NID prefix handling.

    CC/rest hunt changes; On loss of control/rest channel,
      CC DSD+ will load and tune all known site frequencies.

    Some changes made to audio AGC logic.

    In DSDPlus.frequencies, "?" allowed for unknown OTA channel numbers,
      TX frequencies and RX frequencies.

      Examples:

        Con+, 123, 1, ?, 454.6125, 0.0, 0
        Con+, 123, 1, 7, ???.????, 0.0, 0

    In the event log, DSD+ will report these as records with incomplete fields rather than as errors.


FMPA 2.16

    Changes to NID prefix support.


FMP24 2.35

    Changes to NID prefix support.


LRRP 1.13

    Stability improvements.



DSD+ 2.84 Changes
-----------------

    Memory management changes.

    Some threading changes; audio synthesis should be smoother.

    Added data file error checks. Malformed data in the networks, sites, groups,
    radios or frequencies files will be reported in the event log window.

    Additional error checks added to D-Star decoding logic.

    Changes made to DMR auto-polarity detection.

    Additional DMR TMS decoding logic added.

    Modifications made to DMR LRRP decoding.

    More NXDN messages are now decoded.

    iDAS handling has been enhanced.


    Optional pseudo network ID support for conventional channels added.

      When FMPA/FMP24 are TCP linked to DSD+, talkgroups and radio IDs on conventional
      Fusion, D-Star, dPMR, NXDN, DMR, DCDM, P25 and ProVoice channels can be differentiated
      by adding user-selected network IDs to conventional DSDPlus.frequencies records.

      DSDPlus.frequencies example:

        DMR, 1234, 1, 1, 450.0125, 0.0, 0 ; ACME Inc conventional DMR

      When FMPA/FMP24 are tuned to the specified RF channel and DSD+ decodes the specified protocol,
      DSD+ will set the network ID to the specified value.
      Pseudo network IDs should be selected from the range 1 to 65535.
      Site numbers should be selected from the range 1 to 255.
      Channel numbers should be selected from the range 1 to 255.

      Records for these pseudo network IDs can also be added to the .networks and .sites files.

      DSDPlus.networks example:

        DMR, 1234, "ACME Inc"

      DSDPlus.sites example:

        DMR, 1234, 1, "Main Site"


    Added optional network ID prefix for iDAS and TIII systems.

      These systems do not use unique network IDs. When FMPA/FMP24 are TCP linked to DSD+,
      iDAS or TIII systems that broadcast identical network IDs can be differentiated
      by adding user-selected network ID prefixes to iDAS/TIII DSDPlus.frequencies records.

      DSDPlus.frequencies examples:

        TIII, 13, 1.1, 413, 450.0125, 0.0, 0 ; ACME Inc TIII; NID conflict
        TIII, 13, 1.1, 117, 462.6000, 0.0, 0 ; Road Runner TIII; NID conflict

        TIII, 1:13, 1.1, 413, 450.0125, 0.0, 0 ; ACME Inc TIII; NID conflict resolved
        TIII, 2:13, 1.1, 117, 462.6000, 0.0, 0 ; Road Runner TIII; NID conflict resolved


        IDAS, 1.1, 1, 1, 450.2250, 0.0, 0 ; ACME Inc iDAS; NID conflict
        IDAS, 1.1, 1, 1, 462.4725, 0.0, 0 ; Road Runner iDAS; NID conflict

        IDAS, 123:1.1, 1, 1, 450.2250, 0.0, 0 ; ACME Inc iDAS; NID conflict resolved
        IDAS, 456:1.1, 1, 1, 462.4725, 0.0, 0 ; Road Runner iDAS; NID conflict resolved

      Network ID prefixes should be selected from the range 1 to 4095.
      Records in the .networks and .sites files should be edited to match the .frequencies file data.


    Note:

      Any existing conventional, iDAS or TIII group or radio records that you have added information
      to (like alias text) will have to be manually edited to add their pseudo network IDs or prefixes.


FMPA 2.15

    Changes made to re-enable analog / mixed analog/digital voice scanning.

      To scan analog voice channels, FMPA to DSD+ TCP linking must be used.
      Monitoring mode 1 must be selected in DSD+.


LRRP 1.11

    Changes made to match LRRP decoding changes in DSD+.


Survey 1.6

    Minor change; now delays exit on any error (so user can better see error message)



DSD+ 2.71 New Features
----------------------

Protocol-specific changes:

    Fusion:

      Added link control decoding.

      Added full rate voice synthesis.

      Added support for per-call recording (-Pwav/-Pmp3)

    D-Star:

      Added link control decoding.

      Added text message decoding.

      Added GPS message decoding; GPS coordinates are passed to LRRP.exe and FMP-Map.exe

      Added support for per-call recording (-Pwav/-Pmp3)

    NXDN:

      More NXDN sync patterns are now decoded.

      More iDAS and NEXEDGE messages are decoded.

      Nonzero voice scramble KIDs are reported (previous versions did not display scramble KIDs)

    DMR:

      Better decoding of weak RAS signals.

      More LRRP messages are now decoded.

      More data messages are now decoded.

      Linked Cap+ neighbors are now reported.

      Handling of Con+ repeater map broadcasts has been automated;
      DSD+ will tune VC FMPA/FMP24 to a traffic channel that is broadcasting a repeater map.
      Repeater maps broadcast on the control channel carrier (on slot 2) are handled by CC DSD+.
      Repeater maps are written to text files.
      The file name format is "ConP <NID> Network Repeater Map v<mapVersion>.txt"

      More TIII messages are now decoded.

      Changed handling of CapMax network IDs and site numbers.

    P25:

      Better handling of decoding errors; this reduces the number of channel window resets.

      More P25 messages are now decoded.

      Decoding of neighbor network bandplans has been added.

      Updated the handling of neighbour network sites in P25 neighbor lists.

      Decoding of Harris patch/simulselect data has been added.

Other changes:

    Stability improvements.

    Startup collisions eliminated;
    Multiple copies of DSD+ can be started simultaneously, no delays required.

    Added command line option: -p- Disable auto polarity detection;
    Useful for .WAV file playback of some problematic signals, mainly DMR simplex.
    Combine with -p to manually handle inverted signals.

    Clicking on the close 'X' in the console window now triggers a clean program termination.

    Added .groups/.radios file data protection;
    If DSD+ can't read these files, for example, if they are locked by some other program,
    perhaps a text editor, DSD+ will not write to these files, as DSD+ would not have
    the bulk of the data and would write nearly empty files.

    Added clear all group lockouts protection;
    Clearing all group lockouts now requires two left clicks on the channel headings.

    Modified Voice call start alert;
    Press 'V' to cycle alerting mode:

      no alerts

      alert on clear calls only

      alert on encrypted calls only

      alert on all calls

    Modified -e and 'E' handling;
    If the user specifies that encrypted traffic should be muted, DSD+ will temporarily
    lock out encrypted trunked P25 calls and will not tune VC FMPA/FMP24 to the calls.
    On P25 systems with some encrypted groups, it is no longer necessary to lock out
    all encrypted groups; just use -e on the command line or press 'E' to lock out all
    encrypted calls.
    This also enables monitoring of talkgroups that have a mix of clear and encrypted traffic.

    Added private call priority control.
    When right/left clicking on a voice call's priority field in the channel activity window:

      Group calls: clicking priority number adjusts talkgroup priority up or down

      Private calls: clicking priority number adjusts source radio priority up or down

      Note: due to the lack of talkgroups in Fusion and D-Star voice calls,
      all calls are treated as private calls, so clicking on a call's priority field
      will modify the source radio's priority level.

    Added conventional comms priority control.
    Previous versions of DSD+ only used group or radio priorities and overrides to
    control tuning of VC FMPA/FMP24 on trunking systems;
    priorities had no effect on conventional traffic.

    This version adds support for priority control of conventional voice calls (all protocols).
    If a conventional call's priority is below the cutoff threshold, DSD+ will mute the audio.
    Press 't' or 'T' to adjust the cutoff threshold.

    A signal type information display has been added to the event log window.
    The following codes are displayed:

      CS - NXDN conventional subscriber
      CB - NXDN conventional base station
      TS - NEXEDGE trunk subscriber
      TB - NEXEDGE trunk base station
      MS - DMR subscriber
      BS - DMR base station
      D1 - DMR subscriber using DCDM slot 1
      D2 - DMR subscriber using DCDM slot 2


FMP-Map 1.2

    Stability improvements.

    Changes made to offline map handling; if a map tile is unavailable,
    the tile image is now generated from higher level tiles.


LRRP 1.07

    Stability improvements.

    Changes made to offline map handling; if a map tile is unavailable,
    the tile image is now generated from higher level tiles.

    Added support for D-Star callsign display.


FMPA 2.14

    Stability improvements.

    Startup collisions eliminated;
    Multiple copies of FMPA can be started simultaneously, no delays required.

    FMPA now uses FFTW to process spectrum data.
    Retrieve this file: ftp://ftp.fftw.org/pub/fftw/fftw-3.3.5-dll32.zip
    Extract the libfftw3f-3.dll file from the zipfile and copy it to your DSD+ folder.
    The first time you run FMPA 2.14, it will benchmark the available FFT methods
    and select the fastest method for your CPU.
    During the benchmarking process, you should not run any other CPU-intensive programs,
    including DSD+ or other copies of FMPA or FMP24 or any other SDR software.
    Benchmark results are stored in FMPA.dat; do not copy the FMPA.dat file to other computers.
    Deleting the FMPA.dat file will trigger a new benchmarking run the next time FMPA is run.

    Added auto center tuning. This function is always enabled.

    Added command line option: -u<num> enable/disable unlicensed spectrum display

    Added active key: 'U' enable/disable unlicensed spectrum display

    When this mode is enabled, spectrum that is not covered by an entry in the
    frequency data .CSV files will flash in the FMPA spectrum display window.


FMP24 2.33

    Stability improvements.

    Startup collisions eliminated;
    Multiple copies of FMP24 can be started simultaneously, no delays required.

    FMP24 now uses FFTW to process spectrum data.
    Retrieve this file: ftp://ftp.fftw.org/pub/fftw/fftw-3.3.5-dll32.zip
    Extract the libfftw3f-3.dll file from the zipfile and copy it to your DSD+ folder.
    The first time you run FMP24 2.33, it will benchmark the available FFT methods
    and select the fastest method for your CPU.
    During the benchmarking process, you should not run any other CPU-intensive programs,
    including DSD+ or other copies of FMPA or FMP24 or any other SDR software.
    Benchmark results are stored in FMP24.dat; do not copy the FMP24.dat file to other computers.
    Deleting the FMP24.dat file will trigger a new benchmarking run the next time FMP24 is run.

    Added command line option: -u<num> enable/disable unlicensed spectrum display

    Added active key: 'U' enable/disable unlicensed spectrum display

        When this mode is enabled, spectrum that is not covered by an entry in the
        frequency data .CSV files will flash in the FMP24 spectrum display window.

    Added spectrum survey mode.
    Edit FMP24.SurveyList to define centers of 2.4 MHz spectrum chunks.
    Typically, centers are multiples of 1 MHz and spaced 2 MHz apart, for example: 770, 772, 774.
    Chunks do not have to be contiguous. Example: 451, 453, 455, 461, 463, 465.

    Set an appropriate gain level before starting a survey.
    Press 'Y' to start spectrum survey.
    FMP24 will continuously sample the spectrum chunks defined in FMP24.SurveyList.
    For fastest operation, FFT size should be set to 16 in FMP24.cfg before starting FMP24.
    Spectrum data is written to .survey files.
    Use Survey.exe to view spectrum history.
    Press Esc to stop a spectrum survey.


Survey 1.5

    FMP24 Spectrum Survey Viewer

    This program continuously reads the .survey files created by FMP24 during a spectrum survey.
    Two windows are displayed. The first shows the peak and average levels for a 2.4 MHz chunk
    of spectrum. The second shows a frequency vs time 3D display of the same 2.4 MHz chunk.
    Edit Survey.cfg to set the height of the 3D display.
    Edit Survey.cfg to set .CSV frequency data file names.
    Edit Survey.cfg to set monitoring location and frequency data search distance.

    Pressing '?' lists all active keys in the console window.

    Use the left and right arrows to move to spectrum chunks.

    Press [ or ] to select an appropriate step size.

    Mouse over the first window to display license data.

    Press PageUp/PageDown to move the mouse in fine increments over the first window;
    this makes it easier to place the red mouse line on carrier centers to trigger the
    license information display.

    As the mouse line is moved across the first window, the corresponding spectrum
    in the 3D display is highlighted. Press 'I' to isolate the highlighted spectrum
    if it is hidden behind stronger signals.

    To delete old survey data, delete all .survey files.



DSD+ 2.39 New Features
----------------------


DSD+ 2.39

    Fixed some DMR trunking issues

    Enhancements to Cap+, Con+ and TIII decoding

    Added support for Capacity Max systems



DSD+ 2.32 New Features
----------------------


DSD+ 2.32

    Several critical bugs have been fixed

    Decoding of additional NEXEDGE AVL messages has been added


FMP24 2.19

    Some scanner mode bugs have been fixed

    -b-<bw> bandwidth locking command line option added

      Example: -b-12.5

      When this option is used, FMP24 ignores bandwidth hints from DSD+;
      use this option to manually control bandwidth in -rc and -rv modes



DSD+ 2.29 New Features
----------------------


USA License Data

    December 18, 2016 FCC data was used to create updated FMP/FMP24/FMPA-compatible CSV files.

    Per-state files are here:

      https://mega.nz/#!l95BhRAB!CWHu9Qe6MJtGupTakKlOHciFcuS7pyLnpY0cfiPWJ0k

    A single USA-wide file is here:

      https://mega.nz/#!JpYSzKJb!lTljhD-xEAck6_VKys0r6wkVeDAi3z2B4EbDEmawlTE

    The DSD+ 2.10 notes explain how to use these files.


DSD+ 2.29

    The -dr and -dh command line options have been removed

    DSDPLus.radios file loading speed has been increased

    An eye pattern display has been added to the source audio window; right click to control

    Yaesu Fusion voice decoding only (no link control data) has been added; -ff option added

    Cap+ sites with no OTA site number should no longer display as site #1

    Con+ OTA frequency file decoding has been added; if a site is broadcasting a frequency file,
    DSD+ will decode it and write its contents to the console log; DSD+ will also write a text
    block that can be copied directly to the DSDPlus.frequencies file; see example below

    DSD+ now fully decodes more MotoTRBO LRRP messages

    Decoding of some NXDN data frames has been added

    Decoding of NEXEDGE AVL messages has been added; talkgroups that are used for data calls should
    have their priorities set very high, i.e. in the 1 to 10 range; voice talkgroups should use
    lower priorities (11 to 99); DSD+ will briefly interrupt voice calls to acquire AVL data;
    use HIGH or HOLD priority on voice talkgroups that should not be preempted by AVL updates;
    AVL data is written to DSDPlus.LRRP; use LRRP.exe to view

    Error correction of P25 link control messages has been improved

    Audio shaping filters have been added for all protocols; use 'S' to toggle filtering on/off;
    use 'N' to toggle noise filtering (use 'n' for neighbor list control); use settings that
    produce clearest eye patterns


FMPA 2.9
FMP24 2.14

    The loading speed of frequency data files has been significantly increased

    The spectrum window now displays license data as you hover the mouse pointer over the spectrum

    I/Q processing latency reduced to handle NXDN AVL messages



LRRP 1.03

    LRRP now remembers its window location, dimensions and text size;
    left-drag in lower right corner to adjust window size;
    right-click in lower right corner to adjust text size



Sample Con+ frequency file decoded output:


Repeater Map For Con+ Network 145 Staley TRIConneX-OH/PA/WV

Site 145-1 Moundsville

   LCN = 1 TX = 451.91250 RX = 456.91250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 453.01250 RX = 458.01250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 452.38750 RX = 457.38750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 463.40000 RX = 468.40000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 463.47500 RX = 468.47500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 6 TX = 451.96250 RX = 456.96250 DCC = 12

Site 145-2 Bamesville

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.76250 RX = 457.76250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.60000 RX = 466.60000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.92500 RX = 456.92500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.86250 RX = 457.86250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 452.75000 RX = 457.75000 DCC = 12

Site 145-3 Wheeling

   LCN = 7 TX = 461.58750 RX = 466.58750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 8 TX = 461.86250 RX = 466.86250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 9 TX = 452.22500 RX = 457.22500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 10 TX = 451.78750 RX = 456.78750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 11 TX = 452.35000 RX = 457.35000 DCC = 12

Site 145-4 Pittsburgh Downtown

   LCN = 1 TX = 472.42500 RX = 475.42500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.45000 RX = 466.45000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.30000 RX = 456.30000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 451.47500 RX = 456.47500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 451.62500 RX = 456.62500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 6 TX = 461.72500 RX = 466.72500 DCC = 12

Site 145-5 Cambridge

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.43750 RX = 457.43750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 452.33750 RX = 457.33750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.98750 RX = 456.98750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.07500 RX = 457.07500 DCC = 12

Site 145-6 New Kensington

   LCN = 1 TX = 472.43750 RX = 475.43750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 451.55000 RX = 456.55000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 452.62500 RX = 457.62500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.25000 RX = 457.25000 DCC = 12

Site 145-7 Cadiz

   LCN = 1 TX = 451.70000 RX = 456.70000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 452.85000 RX = 457.85000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.53750 RX = 466.53750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 461.91250 RX = 466.91250 DCC = 12

Site 145-8 Glassport

   LCN = 1 TX = 470.86250 RX = 473.86250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 471.06250 RX = 474.06250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.37500 RX = 466.37500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 451.83750 RX = 456.83750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 452.36250 RX = 457.36250 DCC = 12

Site 145-9 Beaver

   LCN = 1 TX = 451.96250 RX = 456.96250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 463.30000 RX = 468.30000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.87500 RX = 466.87500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.17500 RX = 457.17500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 5 TX = 452.67500 RX = 457.67500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 6 TX = 451.37500 RX = 456.37500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 7 TX = 463.22500 RX = 468.22500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 8 TX = 452.82500 RX = 457.82500 DCC = 12

Site 145-10 Greensburg

   LCN = 1 TX = 472.91250 RX = 475.91250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 472.81250 RX = 475.81250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 472.61250 RX = 475.61250 DCC = 12

Site 145-11 Canton Twp / Washington

   LCN = 1 TX = 463.25000 RX = 468.25000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 454.12500 RX = 459.12500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.97500 RX = 468.97500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 463.80000 RX = 468.80000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 5 TX = 454.27500 RX = 459.27500 DCC = 12

Site 145-12 Uniontown

   LCN = 1 TX = 454.57500 RX = 459.57500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 463.50000 RX = 468.50000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 464.15000 RX = 469.15000 DCC = 12

Site 145-13 Weirton

   LCN = 1 TX = 454.30000 RX = 459.30000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 451.22500 RX = 456.22500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.77500 RX = 456.77500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 4 TX = 451.37500 RX = 456.37500 DCC = 12

Site 145-14 New Castle

   LCN = 1 TX = 463.88750 RX = 468.88750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 463.23750 RX = 468.23750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.78750 RX = 456.78750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.21250 RX = 457.21250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 453.01250 RX = 458.01250 DCC = 12

Site 145-15 Indiana PA

   LCN = 1 TX = 464.45000 RX = 469.45000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.60000 RX = 466.60000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.97500 RX = 468.97500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 463.20000 RX = 468.20000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 464.95000 RX = 469.95000 DCC = 12

Site 145-16 Grove City

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.73750 RX = 457.73750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 452.01250 RX = 457.01250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 452.36250 RX = 457.36250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.46250 RX = 457.46250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 451.22500 RX = 456.22500 DCC = 12

Site 145-17 Austintwon

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.43750 RX = 457.43750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.42500 RX = 466.42500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.47500 RX = 468.47500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 462.05000 RX = 467.05000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 463.90000 RX = 468.90000 DCC = 12

Site 145-18 Butler

   LCN = 1 TX = 461.27500 RX = 466.27500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.60000 RX = 466.60000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.40000 RX = 468.40000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 461.15000 RX = 466.15000 DCC = 12

Site 145-19 Masury

   LCN = 1 TX = 461.88750 RX = 466.88750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 462.03750 RX = 467.03750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.36250 RX = 468.36250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 461.81250 RX = 466.81250 DCC = 12

Site 145-20 Carrollton

   LCN = 1 TX = 463.85000 RX = 468.85000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.55000 RX = 466.55000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 462.02500 RX = 467.02500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 464.38750 RX = 469.38750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 461.61250 RX = 466.61250 DCC = 12

Site 145-21

   LCN = 1 TX = 470.63750 RX = 473.63750 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 464.25000 RX = 469.25000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 464.60000 RX = 469.60000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 452.37500 RX = 457.37500 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 461.45000 RX = 466.45000 DCC = 12

Site 145-22 Zanesville

   LCN = 1 TX = 461.92500 RX = 466.92500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 463.50000 RX = 468.50000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.95000 RX = 468.95000 DCC = 12

Site 145-23

   LCN = 1 TX = 454.65000 RX = 459.65000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.97500 RX = 466.97500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 462.10000 RX = 467.10000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 464.10000 RX = 469.10000 DCC = 12

Site 145-24 Meadville

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.22500 RX = 457.22500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 464.00000 RX = 469.00000 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 451.47500 RX = 456.47500 DCC = 12

Site 145-25 Greenville

   LCN = 1 TX = 461.46250 RX = 466.46250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.76250 RX = 466.76250 DCC = 12 CC

Site 145-26 Lisbon

   LCN = 1 TX = 463.71250 RX = 468.71250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.67500 RX = 466.67500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 464.90000 RX = 469.90000 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 464.60000 RX = 469.60000 DCC = 12

Site 145-27

   LCN = 1 TX = 462.11250 RX = 467.11250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 464.16250 RX = 469.16250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 463.36250 RX = 468.36250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 464.96250 RX = 469.96250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 461.17500 RX = 466.17500 DCC = 12

Site 145-28 Pennsboro

   LCN = 1 TX = 460.72500 RX = 465.72500 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 460.76250 RX = 465.76250 DCC = 12 CC
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.58750 RX = 466.58750 DCC = 12
   LCN = 4 TX = 463.21250 RX = 468.21250 DCC = 12
   LCN = 5 TX = 464.16250 RX = 469.16250 DCC = 12

Site 145-30 Canton

   LCN = 1 TX = 451.37500 RX = 456.37500 DCC = 1 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.17500 RX = 466.17500 DCC = 1
   LCN = 3 TX = 464.30000 RX = 469.30000 DCC = 1

Site 145-31 New Philadelphia

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.20000 RX = 457.20000 DCC = 1 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 452.77500 RX = 457.77500 DCC = 1
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.05000 RX = 466.05000 DCC = 1

Site 145-32 Millersburg

   LCN = 1 TX = 451.88750 RX = 456.88750 DCC = 1 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 452.38750 RX = 457.38750 DCC = 1
   LCN = 3 TX = 461.42500 RX = 466.42500 DCC = 1

Site 145-33 Wooster

   LCN = 1 TX = 452.46250 RX = 457.46250 DCC = 1 CC
   LCN = 2 TX = 461.51250 RX = 466.51250 DCC = 1
   LCN = 3 TX = 462.35000 RX = 467.35000 DCC = 1



; Con+ Network 145 Staley TRIConneX-OH/PA/WV

; Site 145-1 Moundsville

Con+, 145, 1, 1, 451.91250, 456.91250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 1, 3, 453.01250, 458.01250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 1, 5, 452.38750, 457.38750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 1, 7, 463.40000, 468.40000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 1, 9, 463.47500, 468.47500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 1, 11, 451.96250, 456.96250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-2 Bamesville

Con+, 145, 2, 1, 452.76250, 457.76250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 2, 3, 461.60000, 466.60000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 2, 5, 451.92500, 456.92500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 2, 7, 452.86250, 457.86250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 2, 9, 452.75000, 457.75000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-3 Wheeling

Con+, 145, 3, 13, 461.58750, 466.58750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 3, 15, 461.86250, 466.86250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 3, 17, 452.22500, 457.22500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 3, 19, 451.78750, 456.78750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 3, 21, 452.35000, 457.35000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-4 Pittsburgh Downtown

Con+, 145, 4, 1, 472.42500, 475.42500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 4, 3, 461.45000, 466.45000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 4, 5, 451.30000, 456.30000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 4, 7, 451.47500, 456.47500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 4, 9, 451.62500, 456.62500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 4, 11, 461.72500, 466.72500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-5 Cambridge

Con+, 145, 5, 1, 452.43750, 457.43750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 5, 3, 452.33750, 457.33750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 5, 5, 451.98750, 456.98750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 5, 7, 452.07500, 457.07500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-6 New Kensington

Con+, 145, 6, 1, 472.43750, 475.43750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 6, 3, 451.55000, 456.55000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 6, 5, 452.62500, 457.62500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 6, 7, 452.25000, 457.25000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-7 Cadiz

Con+, 145, 7, 1, 451.70000, 456.70000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 7, 3, 452.85000, 457.85000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 7, 5, 461.53750, 466.53750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 7, 7, 461.91250, 466.91250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-8 Glassport

Con+, 145, 8, 1, 470.86250, 473.86250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 8, 3, 471.06250, 474.06250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 8, 5, 461.37500, 466.37500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 8, 7, 451.83750, 456.83750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 8, 9, 452.36250, 457.36250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-9 Beaver

Con+, 145, 9, 1, 451.96250, 456.96250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 9, 3, 463.30000, 468.30000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 9, 5, 461.87500, 466.87500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 9, 7, 452.17500, 457.17500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 9, 9, 452.67500, 457.67500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 9, 11, 451.37500, 456.37500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 9, 13, 463.22500, 468.22500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 9, 15, 452.82500, 457.82500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-10 Greensburg

Con+, 145, 10, 1, 472.91250, 475.91250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 10, 3, 472.81250, 475.81250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 10, 5, 472.61250, 475.61250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-11 Canton Twp / Washington

Con+, 145, 11, 1, 463.25000, 468.25000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 11, 3, 454.12500, 459.12500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 11, 5, 463.97500, 468.97500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 11, 7, 463.80000, 468.80000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 11, 9, 454.27500, 459.27500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-12 Uniontown

Con+, 145, 12, 1, 454.57500, 459.57500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 12, 3, 463.50000, 468.50000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 12, 5, 464.15000, 469.15000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-13 Weirton

Con+, 145, 13, 1, 454.30000, 459.30000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 13, 3, 451.22500, 456.22500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 13, 5, 451.77500, 456.77500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 13, 7, 451.37500, 456.37500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-14 New Castle

Con+, 145, 14, 1, 463.88750, 468.88750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 14, 3, 463.23750, 468.23750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 14, 5, 451.78750, 456.78750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 14, 7, 452.21250, 457.21250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 14, 9, 453.01250, 458.01250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-15 Indiana PA

Con+, 145, 15, 1, 464.45000, 469.45000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 15, 3, 461.60000, 466.60000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 15, 5, 463.97500, 468.97500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 15, 7, 463.20000, 468.20000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 15, 9, 464.95000, 469.95000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-16 Grove City

Con+, 145, 16, 1, 452.73750, 457.73750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 16, 3, 452.01250, 457.01250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 16, 5, 452.36250, 457.36250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 16, 7, 452.46250, 457.46250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 16, 9, 451.22500, 456.22500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-17 Austintwon

Con+, 145, 17, 1, 452.43750, 457.43750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 17, 3, 461.42500, 466.42500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 17, 5, 463.47500, 468.47500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 17, 7, 462.05000, 467.05000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 17, 9, 463.90000, 468.90000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-18 Butler

Con+, 145, 18, 1, 461.27500, 466.27500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 18, 3, 461.60000, 466.60000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 18, 5, 463.40000, 468.40000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 18, 7, 461.15000, 466.15000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-19 Masury

Con+, 145, 19, 1, 461.88750, 466.88750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 19, 3, 462.03750, 467.03750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 19, 5, 463.36250, 468.36250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 19, 7, 461.81250, 466.81250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-20 Carrollton

Con+, 145, 20, 1, 463.85000, 468.85000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 20, 3, 461.55000, 466.55000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 20, 5, 462.02500, 467.02500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 20, 7, 464.38750, 469.38750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 20, 9, 461.61250, 466.61250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-21

Con+, 145, 21, 1, 470.63750, 473.63750, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 21, 3, 464.25000, 469.25000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 21, 5, 464.60000, 469.60000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 21, 7, 452.37500, 457.37500, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 21, 9, 461.45000, 466.45000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-22 Zanesville

Con+, 145, 22, 1, 461.92500, 466.92500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 22, 3, 463.50000, 468.50000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 22, 5, 463.95000, 468.95000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-23

Con+, 145, 23, 1, 454.65000, 459.65000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 23, 3, 461.97500, 466.97500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 23, 5, 462.10000, 467.10000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 23, 7, 464.10000, 469.10000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-24 Meadville

Con+, 145, 24, 1, 452.22500, 457.22500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 24, 3, 464.00000, 469.00000, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 24, 5, 451.47500, 456.47500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-25 Greenville

Con+, 145, 25, 1, 461.46250, 466.46250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 25, 3, 461.76250, 466.76250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC

; Site 145-26 Lisbon

Con+, 145, 26, 1, 463.71250, 468.71250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 26, 3, 461.67500, 466.67500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 26, 5, 464.90000, 469.90000, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 26, 7, 464.60000, 469.60000, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-27

Con+, 145, 27, 1, 462.11250, 467.11250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 27, 3, 464.16250, 469.16250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 27, 5, 463.36250, 468.36250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 27, 7, 464.96250, 469.96250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 27, 9, 461.17500, 466.17500, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-28 Pennsboro

Con+, 145, 28, 1, 460.72500, 465.72500, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 28, 3, 460.76250, 465.76250, 0 ; DCC = 12 CC
Con+, 145, 28, 5, 461.58750, 466.58750, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 28, 7, 463.21250, 468.21250, 0 ; DCC = 12
Con+, 145, 28, 9, 464.16250, 469.16250, 0 ; DCC = 12

; Site 145-30 Canton

Con+, 145, 30, 1, 451.37500, 456.37500, 0 ; DCC = 1 CC
Con+, 145, 30, 3, 461.17500, 466.17500, 0 ; DCC = 1
Con+, 145, 30, 5, 464.30000, 469.30000, 0 ; DCC = 1

; Site 145-31 New Philadelphia

Con+, 145, 31, 1, 452.20000, 457.20000, 0 ; DCC = 1 CC
Con+, 145, 31, 3, 452.77500, 457.77500, 0 ; DCC = 1
Con+, 145, 31, 5, 461.05000, 466.05000, 0 ; DCC = 1

; Site 145-32 Millersburg

Con+, 145, 32, 1, 451.88750, 456.88750, 0 ; DCC = 1 CC
Con+, 145, 32, 3, 452.38750, 457.38750, 0 ; DCC = 1
Con+, 145, 32, 5, 461.42500, 466.42500, 0 ; DCC = 1

; Site 145-33 Wooster

Con+, 145, 33, 1, 452.46250, 457.46250, 0 ; DCC = 1 CC
Con+, 145, 33, 3, 461.51250, 466.51250, 0 ; DCC = 1
Con+, 145, 33, 5, 462.35000, 467.35000, 0 ; DCC = 1

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DSD+ 2.18 New Features
----------------------


USA License Data

    July 17, 2016 FCC data was used to create updated FMP/FMP24/FMPA-compatible CSV files.

    Per-state files are here:

      https://mega.nz/#!xkx0RT7S!x3I8YH1FwokWXkzSco_wScUJLtuXtjEp3KYFVtBV-X8

    A single USA-wide file is here:

      https://mega.nz/#!B0BQGIqC!v_E3eAWWLD7MfVmQiAKMT4Amb5LxeKnROICLO-PHnVo

    The DSD+ 2.10 notes explain how to use these files.


FMP24 v2.11

    Support for AM demodulation has been added.

      Use the D key to switch between AM and FM demodulation modes.

    Squelch logic has been added.

      Use -q1 on the command line to enable squelch.

      Press Q to enable/disable squelch.

      Squelch sensitivity levels are fixed:

        Manual tuning: uses loose squelch / will unmute on weak noisy signals

        Scanning: uses tighter squelch / will not unmute on weak signals

    New FMP24.ScanList file options:

      "AM" or "FM" can be used as the "protocol type" for analog channels.

      "BW=<num>" can be used to select a specific RF bandwidth filter. Units are kHz.

      "DELAY=<num>" can be used to specify a "wait for a reply" delay period. Units are seconds.

      Examples:

        118.3 AM BW=12.5 DELAY=2 Miami Tower

        145.17 DMR DELAY=1.5 N2GKG

      When scanning analog or digital channels, squelch logic is automatically enabled

      When scanning analog channels, noise filter #1 is automatically selected

      When scanning digital channels, noise filtering is disabled

      When scanning only analog channels, DSD+ is not required; audio output can be routed
      directly to your speakers or to a streaming application via a software-based audio cable.
      If FMP24's audio output is routed to DSD+, select raw source audio monitoring mode #1
      (monitor/unmute if a signal is present but no sync detected) in DSD+.

      When scanning only digital voice channels, FMP24 should be TCP linked to DSD+.

      When scanning a mix of analog and digital voice channels, FMP24 should be TCP linked to DSD+
      and raw source audio monitoring mode #1 should be selected in DSD+.


DSD+ v2.18

    Support for NEXEDGE96 composite control channels has been added.

    Some changes made to D-Star sync detection.

    The show/hide background events key ('B') now cycles between three states:

      Show all background events

      Hide all background events

      Hide only group/radio load/save messages

    Pressing N (reset neighbor list) while monitoring a P25 control channel
    will trigger a display of the current system's bandplan table.

    The source audio and event log windows can be resized by left-dragging
    in the windows' lower right corners.

    The channel activity and event log window text sizes can be increased/decreased
    by right clicking in the windows' lower right corners.

    DSDPlus.bin

      A binary / non-editable configuration file has been added to DSD+.

      Changes to the following parameters are stored in DSDPlus.bin:

        Listen threshold             (T/t)
        Invert polarity              (P)
        Voice call start alert       (V)
        Show/hide background events (B)

        Console window:

          initial minimized/restored state

        Source audio window:

          location
          size
          high contrast mode        (H)
          minimized/restored state

        Channel activity window:

          location
          text size
          high contrast mode        (H)
          minimized/restored state

        Event log window:

          location
          size
          text size
          high contrast mode        (H)
          minimized/restored state

      Separate copies of parameters are stored for:

        DSD+

        CC DSD+ (-rc)

        VC DSD+ (-rv)

        Each unique instance (-F<num>) of DSD+, CC DSD+ and VC DSD+

      Command line entries override DSDPlus.bin file entries.

      Command line entries are not saved to DSDPlus.bin; only user-initiated adjustments
      that are made while DSD+ is running are saved to DSDPlus.bin (exception: -_<num>)



DSD+ 2.10 New Features
----------------------


USA License Data

    We have created FMP/FMP24/FMPA-compatible FCC frequency data CSV files.
    May 16, 2016 FCC data was used to create the files.
    These files contain 3.8 million unique records.

    Per-state files are here:

      https://mega.nz/#!UpBgAaDC!vXj-7-QC4ftP6wMy8z8bsDmy_C4jzG3DtsuszuMegNs

    A single USA-wide file is here:

      https://mega.nz/#!tlZTCZ5a!CpX1uEjS8PUFmkPE5SEvzi0telw0pfOr0nU9YimJLSU

    Note:

      The large USA-wide file will not overwhelm or slow down FMP/FMP24/FMPA
      or use more memory resources than one or two of the per-state files.

      The per-state files are provided for users who wish to conserve disk space.

      Multiple files can be combined into one file by using Notepad and copy/paste
      commands, or by direct copying at a command prompt:

        COPY file1.csv + file2.csv + ... + filex.csv targetfile.csv


    The CSV file(s) you will be using should be copied to your DSD+ folder.

    Edit your FMP/FMP24/FMPA .cfg file(s) and make the following changes:

     a) add a CSV file name to the primary and/or auxiliary CSV lines

      Examples:

        USA.csv            ; primary frequency list CSV path\filename

        AZ.csv             ; primary frequency list CSV path\filename
        NM.csv             ; auxiliary frequency list CSV path\filename

        TriState.csv       ; primary frequency list CSV path\filename

     b) set the distance units

      Example:

        miles              ; miles or kilometers

     c) set the search radius

      Example:

        120               ; search distance

     d) set your monitoring location; units are decimal degrees

      Example:

        35.6090 -108.8290 ; search origin (Rock Springs)


    Each time FMP/FMP24/FMPA tunes to a new frequency, the frequency records
    are scanned for matches that lie within the search distance you specified.
    Matches are listed in the FMP/FMP24/FMPA console window.
    Matches are sorted by distance (farthest first, closest last)

    The copies of FMPA and FMP24 that are included in this release will also
    pass the closest record's data to DSD+ (requires TCP link)


FMPA v2.6 / FMP24 v2.8

    When a TCP link is used, FMPA and FMP24 will pass frequency and
    licensee data for the currently tuned frequency to DSD+

    The FMP24 PPM correction adjustment keys have been changed from c/C to p/P

    A -rc (role is control/rest channel monitor) command line parameter has been added

      When this parameter is used, FMP24/FMPA will respond to control/rest channel tuning
      commands sent by DSD+ over a TCP link

      Pressing C also activates control/rest channel monitor mode

      Esc cancels control/rest channel monitor mode


DSD+ v2.10

    CSV record display/logging

      When a TCP link is used to connect FMPA/FMP24 to DSD+, each time FMPA/FMP24 is
      manually tuned or tunes to a .ScanList entry, the closest match found in the
      .csv file(s) is passed to DSD+ and DSD+ will display the license information
      in the event log window, as well as write it to the event log file

    A -F<num> (file number) command line parameter has been added

      When this parameter is used, DSD+ modifies the names of its output files
      in order to avoid name collisions with other copies of DSD+

      The affected files are DSDPlus.wav and DSDPlus.event
      The per-call Record folder's name is also modified

      Use this feature if you want multiple copies of DSD+ to share the same
      networks, sites, groups, radios and frequencies files

      This feature should allow you to simultaneously monitor multiple control channels (sites)
      of a network with all group and radio data being stored in the DSDPlus.groups
      and DSDPlus.radios files

      The sites can be part of a single network or multiple networks;
      multiple protocols can be simultaneously monitored

      This feature WILL NOT allow you to follow control/rest/voice channel changes
      on multiple sites. Upgrades to FMPA and FMP24 will be required to support that.
      At present, you must use separate DSD+ installations (folders) to trunk track multiple
      site or systems.

    Support for NEXEDGE Composite Control Channel (single channel trunking site) has been added

      DSD+ will properly detect, report, log and record voice calls
      made on single channel NEXEDGE sites

    CC side auto voice muting

      CC copies of DSD+ will auto-mute (no digital voice synthesis) if a VC copy
      of FMPA or FMP24 is responding to tuning commands that the CC copy of DSD+ generates

      This feature is designed to keep the CC copy of DSD+ muted
      when voice data is decoded on a NEXEDGE composite control channel
      or on a DMR channel that is also hosting a control or rest channel

      When a TCP link is used, CC DSD+ will disable auto muting each time FMPA/FMP24 is
      manually tuned (by the user) or tunes to a .ScanList entry; this allows users to
      tune the CC copy of FMPA/FMP24 to voice or control/rest channels and hear traffic either way

    Control/rest channel following

      When a TCP link is used and control/rest channel monitor mode is enabled in FMPA/FMP24,
      FMPA/FMP24 will respond to control/rest channel tuning commands issued by CC DSD+

      CC DSD+ will direct FMPA/FMP24 to follow any control/rest channel changes that are
      broadcast by the site being monitored

      This allows DSD+ to follow control/rest channel rotations on NEXEDGE, DMR and P25 systems


Cap+ monitoring
---------------

    Follow these steps to monitor / follow the rest channel and voice calls on a Cap+ system

     a) select a network ID

        Cap+ systems do not broadcast a network ID

        If the system has been added to the RadioReference database, use its page number

        Otherwise, assign the system a unique NID (9999, for example)

     b) create an entry in the DSDPlus.networks file

        Example:

          Cap+, 9999, "Mayberry PD"

     c) if the network has multiple sites, create entries in the DSDPlus.sites file

        Example:

          Cap+, 9999, 1, "North"
          Cap+, 9999, 2, "South"
          Cap+, 9999, 3, "East"
          Cap+, 9999, 4, "West"

     d) for each known system frequency, create a channel record in the DSDPlus.frequencies file

        Initially, use invalid channel numbers

        Example:

          ; Mayberry PD North

          Cap+, 9999, 1, 99, 450.5000, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 99, 451.2625, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 99, 454.9125, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 99, 455.5000, 0.0, 0

     e) tune CC FMPA/FMP24 to an active system channel (note: TCP link required)

        CC DSD+ will scan the DSDPlus.frequencies file for a Cap+ record with the same frequency;
        The first matching record will be used

        CC DSD+ will use the frequency record to establish the system's network ID

        CC DSD+ will use the NID to display the network and current site names

     f) at some point, DSD+ should determine the channel's ordering
        and display it in the event log window

        Example:

          "450.500000 is first Cap+ repeater (Ch1 and Ch2)"

        Use the information to edit the channel's record in the DSDPlus.frequencies file

        Note: continue to use invalid channel numbers

        Example:

          Cap+, 9999, 1, 101, 450.5000, 0.0, 0

     g) repeat e) and f) for each active system channel

        Example:

          "451.262500 is third Cap+ repeater (Ch5 and Ch6)"
          "454.912500 is fourth Cap+ repeater (Ch7 and Ch8)"
          "455.500000 is second Cap+ repeater (Ch3 and Ch4)"

          Cap+, 9999, 1, 101, 450.5000, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 105, 451.2625, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 107, 454.9125, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 103, 455.5000, 0.0, 0

     h) when the ordering of all of a site's active channels has been determined,
        edit the channel records so they have the correct channel numbers

        Example:

          Cap+, 9999, 1, 1, 450.5000, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 3, 455.5000, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 5, 451.2625, 0.0, 0
          Cap+, 9999, 1, 7, 454.9125, 0.0, 0

        CC DSD+ will now automatically direct CC FMPA/FMP24 to follow the rest channel
        and direct VC FMPA/FMP24 to follow voice calls

     i) in the future, to monitor this site, tune CC FMPA/FMP24 to the current rest channel



DSD+ 2.8 New Features
---------------------


DSD+ v2.8

    fixed VHF P25 control channel decoding / trunk voice following

    when a TCP link from FMP24 or FMPA is used and Cap+ is detected,
    DSD+ will scan the entries in DSDPlus.frequencies for a Cap+ entry with
    a frequency value that matches the frequency that FMP24 or FMPA is tuned to;
    if a match is found, DSD+ will use the network ID value from that Cap+ frequency entry
    as the current system ID; DSD+ will use the NID to load the network name, site names
    and site frequencies; this will be used in later versions of DSD+ to support Cap+
    trunk voice following

    note: you will have to assign your own NID value to each Cap+ system;
    if there is a RR database entry for the system, we suggest you use the
    #### part of http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=#### as the NID



DSD+ 2.5 New Features
---------------------


FMP24 v2.4

    note: TCP linking will not work with 1.x versions of DSD+

    updating of the spectrum display is now smoother when using
    the left/right cursor keys to rapidly slide through the RF spectrum

    added P25 simulcast support for DSD+

        FMP24 autodetects P25 PSK modulation and stops using FM demodulation

        this feature requires TCP linking to DSD+

    auto center tuning

        this feature will auto-tune to RF signals that are up to
        [ (signal width + bandpass filter passband width) / 2 ]
        away from current the tuning point;

          example:

            ~12 kHz P25 signal

            12.5 kHz bandpass filter selected

            FMP24 will acquire signal up to ~12 kHz off center (a 27 PPM error @ 450 MHz) and retune

        auto centering works with all analog and digital signals

        the spectrum window title will display "<frequency>+/-<autocorrection> Hz"

          example: "450.0125+375 Hz"

        auto center tuning can be enabled/disabled on the FMP24 command line:

            -a<num>     Enable/disable auto center tuning (0-1) [-a1]

        auto center tuning can be enabled/disabled while FMP24 is running:

            A toggle auto center tuning

        accurate PSK decoding requires very accurate tuning;
        when FMP24 detectes P25 PSK modulation, auto center tuning is always enabled

        this feature requires TCP linking to DSD+


FMPA v2.1

    note: TCP linking will not work with 1.x versions of DSD+

    an Airspy serial number list has been added to FMPA.cfg

        the first line of FMPA.cfg is now used for the (optional) Airspy serial number list

        the first listed serial number will be device #1, second serial is device #2, etc.

        a populated serial number list is required for -i<num> device selection

        if you do not populate the serial number list,
        use of -i<num> on the FMPA command line will trigger an error

        to determine an Airspy's 16 digit serial number, plug it in and run FMPA

    FMPA now uses a more efficient filtering and demodulation chain

        the Eco mode options have been removed

    FMPA will alert the user if the Airspy USB connection is lost

        FMPA will auto recover and resume normal operation when the Airspy USB connection is restored

    updating of the spectrum display is now smoother when using
    the left/right cursor keys to rapidly slide through the RF spectrum

    added P25 simulcast support for DSD+

        FMPA autodetects P25 PSK modulation and stops using FM demodulation

        this feature requires TCP linking to DSD+


DSD+ v2.5

    note: TCP linking will not work with 1.x versions of FMP/FMP24/FMPA

    added some ProVoice link control decoding

    when a TCP link from FMP24 or FMPA is used,
    the -E logging option adds tuned frequency information to DSDPlus.event entries

    when a TCP link from FMP24 or FMPA is used,
    the -P per-call .wav/.mp3 audio recording option adds
    tuned frequency information to each audio file's file name

    when a TCP link from FMP24 or FMPA is used and P25 PSK modulation is detected,

        FMP24/FMPA and DSD+ stop using FM demodulation

        DSD+ generates a pseudo-C4FM audio waveform and
        displays it in the source audio waveform window

        the pseudo-C4FM audio waveform can be recorded by pressing 'R' in DSD+

        no advanced decoder options are required for best decoding of P25 PSK signals

            these options (-mp, -dr<num>, -dh<num>, -ds<num>, -dd<num>, -dv<num>)
            will have no effect on PSK decoding when TCP linking is used

            if you also monitor another signal type (NXDN, DMR, C4FM P25, ...),
             use advanced decoder options that benefit *that* signal type

    added P25 control channel TSDU/TSBK decoding

        supports Phase I trunked voice following

        Networks, Sites, Groups and Radios data file record formats:

            network ID format is WACN ID.SysID

            site number format is RFSS.Site#

            DSDPlus.networks file example:

               P25, 4F112.733, "Mayberry PS"

            DSDPlus.sites file example:

               P25, 4F112.733, 1.1, "Site 1"
               P25, 4F112.733, 1.2, "Site 2"
               P25, 4F112.733, 2.1, "Site 3"

            DSDPlus.groups and DSDPlus.radios records are auto-populated;
            edit these files to add group and radio aliases

            no P25 frequency data is required in the DSDPlus.frequencies file,
            but you may manually add frequency data for your own reference
            (DSD+ will ignore any P25 frequency entries that you add)



DSD+ 1.114 New Features
-----------------------


DSD+: Added raw source audio monitoring modes

          The -m<num> command line option and the M/m active keys select one of the five
          available monitoring modes:

            0: never monitor

                 disables raw source audio monitoring

            1: monitor if no sync and a signal is present (**)

                 enables monitoring if DSD+ is not detecting known sync patterns
                 AND noise content is low enough to indicate the presence of a signal

            2: monitor if no sync

                 enables monitoring if DSD+ is not detecting known sync patterns

            3: monitor if no voice

                 enables monitoring if DSD+ is not processing voice frames

            4: always monitor

                 enables full time raw source audio monitoring

            ** Mode 1 requires a true flat audio source.
               If the signal is filtered, mode 1 will always unmute the raw audio.
               Narrow RF bandpass filters will also not work well with mode 1.
               Use 9 to 12 kHz bandpass filtering for best mode 1 operation.

               Mode 1 has been tested with the newest versions of FMP, FMP24 and FMPA.

               Mode 1 should also work with other SDR programs and with discriminator taps,
               but no testing has been performed with these sources.


FMPA: Modified audio processing to support DSD+ raw audio monitoring mode 1


FMP24: This is a 2.4 Msps version of FMPA

    FMP24 vs FMP differences:

      samples I/Q data at 2.4 Msps

      spectrum window is 1024 pixels wide

      FFT size must be 16k, 32k or 64k

      uses a more efficient I/Q processing chain

      has no normal/economy mode option

      has a selectable 20 kHz bandpass filter

      uses narrower bandpass filter skirts (only 500 Hz wide) for all bandpass filters

        these tighter filters:

          reduce noise levels in weak signals

          distort digital waveforms, but not enough to interfere with DSD+ decoding

      configuration file is named FMP24.cfg

      scan list file is named FMP24.ScanList




DSD+ 1.112 Patch Release
------------------------


FMP: Fixed trunk voice following bug



DSD+ 1.112 New Features
-----------------------


DSD+: Added per-call recording to MP3 files; use -Pmp3 on the DSD+ command line

DSD+: Added detection and audio synthesis of MotoTRBO Dual Capacity Direct Mode (DCDM) signals

          You can use the -1 and -2 command line options and the 1/2/3 active keys
          to control which DCDM timeslots DSD+ will detect and decode;
          default = look for sync patterns for both slots

DSD+: Added D-Star audio synthesis

DSD+: Improved MotoTRBO Capacity Plus decoding/reporting

DSD+: Improved Restricted Access to Systen (RAS) detection

DSD+: Fixed a timed recording file ( -I<num> ) bug

DSD+: Fixed a lockup on exit bug

FMP/FMPA: Resolved a few issues

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote krisse Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-December-2019 at 06:46
Såg att senaste Fast Lane dök upp i mailen igår, läste i andra forum att fler hade problem med ljudet. Tänkte uppdatera och försöka idag jag med. (Fas Lane kommer som en krypterad zip-fil i mailen med tillhörande lösenord. Kostar ca 100:-/år. Gratisversionen är från 2015 och snart 5år gammal.

Fast Lane betalas genom Paypal, instruktioner finns på DSD+ hemsida.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Agentumsilwer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-December-2019 at 18:43
Mao är det en betalningstjänst, ör den ens Europeisk?

Eller är det därför folk vill stänga av det för att den är som tex Unidens uppdateringar?

Då utanför prigramuppdateringar som man tur är kan välja separat.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TI106 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-December-2019 at 18:33
Originally posted by Odin Odin wrote:

Har du köpt fastlane eller hittat det nånstans?
Dela gärna med dig vart man kan ta hem det?


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dr Doktor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-December-2019 at 18:28
Det är alla filer som går fort.

De vanliga filerna som inte behöver köpas är nog 2-3 år gamla och uppdateras alltså inte så ofta
som fastlane gör som får nya varje månad eller så. Jag tror dom skickas via mejl så går inte att ladda ned.

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Vad menas med fast lane öht?

Vilken fil är det som går så fort?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Odin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-December-2019 at 14:29
Har du köpt fastlane eller hittat det nånstans?
Dela gärna med dig vart man kan ta hem det?
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