@sally-yachts http://garvas.org/trunk-recorder/ - Enter all the freqs in here and it will tell u the center freq
Yeah, it was spitting out some weird results but I think i'm getting it now
Running Trunk Recorder in Docker on a Raspberry Pi 4 proved to be a real challenge. If someone wants to repeat, I attach a modified file docker-compose.yml.
version: '3' services: recorder: image: robotastic/trunk-recorder:edge container_name: trunk-recorder restart: always devices: - /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb volumes: - ./config:/app - ./config/upload-call.sh:/src/upload-call.sh - ./temp/home:/nonexistent - ./temp/logs:/src/logs
The /nonexistent folder is needed to save locs and configs from gnuradio. Each upload script must be mounted separately in /src. To local folders ./config/media and ./temp/* you must set the nobody:nogroup rw-rights. In the config.json must be written "captureDir": "/app/media". And in general, everything works.
The only thing that depresses me is performance. RPi does not pull 15 channels neither conventional analog or P25. The maximum that I managed to set up was 4 P25 Trunk sites.
Hello, I have been running trunk recorder for years now at http://www.rosecitytransit.org/radio/ and would like help upgrading to a newer version.
Specifically, as mentioned in issue #200, the code was changed to get call metadata from the control channel instead of voice packets in order to support analog systems. However, the system I monitor does not fully update the control channel, and I am wondering if someone can give me a patch or patched version that uses the old method instead.
I would be willing to compensate for that and maybe some other modifications.
latestimage doesn't have arm64!
edgetag and get no matching:
root@airband1:~# docker-compose up Pulling recorder (robotastic/trunk-recorder:edge)... edge: Pulling from robotastic/trunk-recorder ERROR: no matching manifest for linux/arm/v7 in the manifest list entries
Greetings all. Has anyone attempted to utilize hardware AMBE codecs like ThumbDV with trunk-recorder?
That is a good question! I am not aware of anyone trying, but I would be very curious how much better it sounds. OP25 used to have hooks I think to pipe things out to a HW decoder.