sdrtrunk v0.5.0 beta6 releases: decoding, monitoring, recording and streaming trunked mobile
A cross-platform Java application for decoding, monitoring, recording, and streaming trunked mobile and related radio protocols using Software Defined Radios (SDR). SDRtrunk is an integrated application for demodulating radio signals and decoding trunked radio network protocols and some related radio signal formats. The application does NOT require a discriminator tapped scanner and it does NOT require the use of audio piping applications like Virtual Audio Cable. All connections between the tuner or sound card and the decoders are provided by the sdrtrunk application. SDRTrunk uses channel definitions to configure and set up each demodulation and decoder processing sequence. In order to successfully decode radio signals, each channel configuration requires:
- Source – specifies where to get the radio samples from (tuner or sound card)
- Decoder – which demodulator or decoder to use in processing the source samples
Each channel definition allows you to optionally configure:
- Aux Decoder – additional in-band audio digital signal protocol decoding
- Logging – log decoded messages or events
- Recording – record audio calls or digitized baseband samples
The SDRTrunk application is programmed in Java and can run on any computer where Java is supported for the operating system and where the computer hardware (processor/memory) is sufficient for the processing workload.
Changelog v0.5.0 beta6
- Bug fixes only
- Windows x86 (64-bit)
- Linux x86/aarch64 (64-bit)
- OSX x86/aarch64 (64-bit)
Note: JMBE library must be manually downloaded/built for OSX aarch64 due to OSX sandboxing of downloaded code.
Note: Linux for arm-32 is NOT currently supported
3. Optional Requirements
JMBE version 1.0.9+ is required for decoding APCO25 Phase 1/2 and DMR digital audio on Linux and OSX aarch64.
Starting with Version 0.5.0 Alpha 2, you no longer have to install Java and compile the JMBE library. sdrtrunk now has integrated support for creating the JMBE library.
Legacy instructions for compiling the JMBE library are located at: https://github.com/DSheirer/sdrtrunk/wiki/JMBE
4. User Manual
Please post user support questions or report issues/errors to:
#1335 Use embedded JDK19 runtime and update 3rd party libraries.
#1336 Spectral Display – channel overlay color changes should have translucency
#1338 Logging should use date in addition to time & remove event log creation logging
#1340 Threading issue could produce IDLE channels after period of time, requiring app restart, due to indeterminant tuner frequency changes
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