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NASTY TETRA

Post by yagiman » 12 Mar 2017, 05:51

Has anyone any idea when AOR will bring the trunked mode operation update for tetra? :thumbdown:

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Post by stratocaster » 17 Mar 2017, 16:53

I've not heard anything about that on the aor website or other scanning/radio fora. Just keep your eyes peeled to the website for word or the aor website for firmware updates. Mike will also let us know if and I mean if that will happen.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 17 Mar 2017, 17:59

Have a look on AOR Japan and AOR America sites, they do not even advertise that the AR-DV1 does TETRA DMO, so the chances are little to none..

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by radiosification » 18 Mar 2017, 00:17

Hopefully never. The easier it is to listen in, the more things go encrypted.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 18 Mar 2017, 09:41

Err, it is aready fully encrypted.. :)

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by radiosification » 19 Mar 2017, 15:49

Metradio wrote:Err, it is aready fully encrypted.. :)

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What is? Nobody has specified a network. There are plenty of commercial TETRA networks that are not encrypted and in some countries even the emergency services are not encrypted.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by stratocaster » 19 Mar 2017, 15:56

Emergency services encrypted for a good reason. But I do miss the full reception of the fire brigade and the local Taggart! But there's plenty of other things to hear that are interesting and not encrypted.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 19 Mar 2017, 16:52

radiosification wrote:
Metradio wrote:Err, it is aready fully encrypted.. :)

Mike
What is? Nobody has specified a network. There are plenty of commercial TETRA networks that are not encrypted and in some countries even the emergency services are not encrypted.
I live in Slough, what non Airwave commercial TETRA network (or non network) users are in the UK within 100 miles of me, with frequencies and location please ??

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by radiosification » 19 Mar 2017, 21:19

I don't have a map or list of them all, and even if I did, I probably would be unwilling to share it online.
I personally have listened in the past to one unencrypted TETRA network in the UK and I know of the existence of at least two more in this country, I have seen others speaking about unencrypted TETRA systems near them too.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 20 Mar 2017, 08:05

We go from........
radiosification wrote:...... There are plenty of commercial TETRA networks that are not encrypted and in some countries even the emergency services are not encrypted....

To...............
I don't have a map or list of them all, and even if I did, I probably would be unwilling to share it online.
I personally have listened in the past to one unencrypted TETRA network in the UK and I know of the existence of at least two more in this country, I have seen others speaking about unencrypted TETRA systems near them too.
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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by jhampton2000 » 22 Mar 2017, 20:46

Check your PM Metradio...

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by moj » 22 Mar 2017, 22:31

Any chance you can send me a pm aswell jim , seeing as I'm trying to learn how to use wintelive and scout it would be good to have a bit more knowledge on users's etc ;)

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 23 Mar 2017, 07:38

jhampton2000 wrote:Check your PM Metradio...
Received, thanks very much..

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Brownie2k2001 » 23 Mar 2017, 17:41

I've been using my Airspy and SDRPlay to hunt out digital TRBO signals that i can use on my BCD436, i've not come across any TETRA signals aside from Airwave in the 390MHz. I've managed to find some DMR T3 on VHF and some NXDN scattered around but thats about it

There may very well be some around Manchester and the North West of England, but i've found none of them up to now.

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Re: NASTY TETRA

Post by Metradio » 23 Mar 2017, 17:54

Brownie2k2001 wrote:I've been using my Airspy and SDRPlay to hunt out digital TRBO signals that i can use on my BCD436, i've not come across any TETRA signals aside from Airwave in the 390MHz. I've managed to find some DMR T3 on VHF and some NXDN scattered around but thats about it

There may very well be some around Manchester and the North West of England, but i've found none of them up to now.
Nice to know, thanks..

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