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Post by Admiral » 03 Sep 2017, 17:35

Very nice, but way out of my price range these days. Have they ironed out all of the bugs from the original Alpha?
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Post by Metradio » 03 Sep 2017, 18:46

I very much doubt it..

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by Scott_93 » 06 Sep 2017, 22:31

I don't get it.
AOR still haven't supported simple things like displaying talkgroups/radio ID's in DMR mode etc.
Yet they still charge a fortune for their kit that isn't fully complete yet.
Uniden and Whistler have managed to sort it out but AOR are still lacking, not brilliant really.

Still, better than ICOM who refuse to accept that DMR even exists.

A dedicated Discriminator line out would be nice too.

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by Metradio » 07 Sep 2017, 09:03

Scott_93 wrote:...A dedicated Discriminator line out would be nice too...
The DV1 has one...

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by stratocaster » 07 Sep 2017, 19:24

That'll not be in my scanner collection anytime soon I'm afraid! I will have something that will take care of all my spare cash for quite some time to come!! :o :o :shh:
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Re: New from AOR...

Post by radiosification » 20 Sep 2017, 17:06

Anyone know what D-CR mode is?
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Re: New from AOR...

Post by Metradio » 21 Sep 2017, 09:25

D-CR is NXDN, it is implemented by Icom in their IDAS system and by Kenwood as NEXEDGE..

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by snapey75 » 21 Sep 2017, 10:30

DCR stands for digital convenience radio. A japenese radio standard.

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by stratocaster » 21 Sep 2017, 11:46

Scott_93 wrote:I don't get it.
AOR still haven't supported simple things like displaying talkgroups/radio ID's in DMR mode etc.
Yet they still charge a fortune for their kit that isn't fully complete yet.
Uniden and Whistler have managed to sort it out but AOR are still lacking, not brilliant really.

Still, better than ICOM who refuse to accept that DMR even exists.

A dedicated Discriminator line out would be nice too.

Scott.
Yes I'd have thought so in the DMR mode, It would be a good firmware update as there is info displayed whilst receiving DStar transmissions. Whilst as you point out that the DV1 isn't complete, simple firmware updates should help to sort it out. I've had no trouble with mine thus far and the only niggling problem I have due to my location and also trying to move( which will help solve this issue) is a lack of an outdoor wideband antenna. Once I move, then I can sort that out!
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Re: New from AOR...

Post by pete_uk » 26 Sep 2017, 14:07

stratocaster wrote:That'll not be in my scanner collection anytime soon I'm afraid! I will have something that will take care of all my spare cash for quite some time to come!! :o :o :shh:
Who's the lucky lady? :D

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Re: New from AOR...

Post by stratocaster » 27 Sep 2017, 07:35

pete_uk wrote:
stratocaster wrote:That'll not be in my scanner collection anytime soon I'm afraid! I will have something that will take care of all my spare cash for quite some time to come!! :o :o :shh:
Who's the lucky lady? :D
It's not so much my Mrs, more that we're going to become parents! So I'm going to be spending what I'd spend on radio gear on Jnr when he or she makes his or her appearance! :D
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