[op25-dev] OP25 for noobs by a noob (long)
'WA8WG' email@example.com [op25-dev]
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Thu Aug 10 15:06:21 UTC 2017
I stand corrected. You will see the NAC provided you don’t have –v (n) specified on your scope.py command line. Just execute your scope.py or scope.sh from a terminal command prompt and watch the top of the text output as scope.py starts and you’ll see the NAC with the -T trunk.tsv omitted.
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Subject: Re: [op25-dev] OP25 for noobs by a noob (long)
As was also suggested before, running scope.py without the -T argument on the control channel will show the NAC using no additinal hardware than what you already have, including no reason whatsoever to use a separate Windows computer.
On Aug 9, 2017 19:42, "wa8wg at centurytel.net [op25-dev]" <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com> wrote:
I was going to suggest that your try setting the NAC in trunk.tsv to 0xF7E that is a universal NAC that works
to decode any P25 system when programmed in a Motorola P25 radio but I tried it with scope.py and got
no system audio until I put the correct NAC back in my trunk.tsv. So I am thinking that your remaining issue is likely that you have the wrong NAC and should try to follow my suggestions to obtain it from my previous post.
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