DSDPlus

 

 

 


 

Introduction

November 10th, 2017: From http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/DSDPlus:

DSDPlus is a Win32 application capable of reliably decoding multiple types of digital audio formats commonly found on VHF, UHF and 800 MHz, including (but not necessarily limited to):

  • P25 Phase 1
  • ProVoice EDACS Digital voice
  • X2-TDMA - Motorola public safety TDMA system with P25 style signaling (mostly based on DMR)
  • DMR/MOTOTRBO - Digital Mobile Radio standard
  • NXDN - 9600 baud (12.5 kHz) NEXEDGE and 4800 baud (6.25 kHz) NEXEDGE/IDAS - both trunked and conventional
  • D-STAR - no audio

For more detail visit the website.

Download

Download DSDPlus from https://www.dsdplus.com/.

Console

Wide FM

In the console select WFM (Wide FM) and set the filter bandwidth to 12kHz. It is essential that you select Wide FM as there is no de-emphasis unlike Narrow FM.

The output device selection is a virtual audio cable (VAC), see below.

Virtual Audio Cable

DSDPlus reads the demodulated audio from the console over a virtual audio cable at a bandwidth of 48 or 96 kHz (48kHz is recommended).  

Examples of virtual audio cables are:

Screenshot

Below is a screenshot courtesy of a user group member, you see the correct console settings.

"Running fine with my NUC i5, 4th gen. Win 7 Home Premium, 64bit."