DSD+ error message

Just installed DSD+ and dropped the lame_enc.dll into the directory. However, here's what I get:

"The procedure entry point beEncodeChunk could not be located in the dynamic link library ...\DSDPlus1\DSDPlus.exe."

Any ideas as to what might be causing this error? (And, yes, I shortened my path with "..." in the about error message quote, if it's relevant)

I figured I'd give DSD+ a try again but I had issues about a year ago and just stuck with the plain old DSD. It looks like it has some nice features, so I'd finally like to get with the times but I'm stuck.

DMR Decoding with DSDPlus

DMR Decoding with DSDPlus

In this simple guide to setting up DSD, I show what you will need, and how to get started, along with a few other bits of useful information that I'm sure will come in handy when listening to digital voice. I also show some MOTOTRBO going through a repeater, and listening on the repeaters input channel.

Digital Speech Decoder - How to record to file - TRBO, P25, NXDN

Digital Speech Decoder - How to record to file - TRBO, P25, NXDN


dsd 1.7 for windows compiling from linux to Windows

Can somebody please make a YouTube video on this process….I barely know how to use Linux. Now you want me to run a compile program?? Step 1 and 2 were easy. Steps 3 through 8 need a hell of a lot more detail for the average user.  so please spare me a few brain cells and I only started learning about the linux OS because of the Pi.

make the compiled exe available for download


You can use cmake and make to compile the dsd.exe:
install libsndfile-devel, make, cmake and cpp in cygwin, extract both archives and then goto mbelib dir and type:
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make
make install

New Version of Digital Speech Decoder DSD+ 1.071 - dsd 1.7 file list

My setup:
Windows XP
One RTL-SDR/USB
SDRsharp SDR v1.0.0.1317
Audio VOICEMEETER (Virtual Mixing Console)


Need help for compile dsd 1.7
Error on DSD-Master/build cmake ..

DSDplus Trunking Setup 1.08t

DSDplus Trunking Setup 1.08t

This is how to install DSDplus to do trunking using version 1.08t available from the fast lane early access.

Some note from the maker of DSDplus:
FMP and DSD+ audio device numbers are "different" because FMP uses output devices and you were looking at DSD+ input devices (which is correct when linking to FMP/SDR#); in/out numbers can be different because you might have different devices, like an extra input or output device, which can shift all of the following devices numbers.

Also, if you make a device the default in or out device, it becomes in or out device #1 (IIRC), which again, shifts the other device numbers.

Network and site names have to be manually added to the DSDPlus.networks and DSDPlus.sites files. Systems do not broadcast these names.

When trunk voice following, the four FMP/DSD+ console windows ("DOS windows") do not provide much useful information; they can be minimized (by clicking minimize button in upper right corner of window)

RTL-SDR Tutorial: Following Trunked Radio with Unitrunker

RTL-SDR Tutorial: Following Trunked Radio with Unitrunker

The popular trunking decoding software Unitrunker now supports the RTL2832U R820T RTL-SDR directly in its new version. This means that extra SDR receiver software like SDR# is no longer required to use Unitrunker.
You can download the latest version of Unitrunker here.
In a normal radio system, one company (or talkgroup) might use a single frequency for radio communications. However, this is very inefficient as the frequency may not be in use for the majority of the time. In a trunked radio system, a small set number of frequencies are shared between a large number of talkgroups. Each radio receives a special computer controlled control channel. The control channel determines a vacant frequency that a particular talkgroup should use. This helps to make radio frequency allocations more efficient.
Because a talkgroup might switch between various frequencies often, it can make listening to a conversation difficult for radio scanners. Unitrunker can be used to decode the control channel and follow a voice conversation as it hops across various frequencies. With two RTL-SDR dongles you can set up a trunking receiver station with just Unitrunker. What follows below is a tutorial on how to set this up.

HOME PATROL 1 Extreme with unitrunker and DSD PLUS decoding DMR

HOME PATROL 1 Extreme with unitrunker and DSD PLUS decoding DMR

HOME PATROL 1 Extreme with unitrunker and DSD PLUS decoding DMR using usb raw audio output to latest unitrunker preview of 1.0.27.12 from unitrunkers official website and using

UniTrunker-1.0.33.0.msi
http://www.unitrunker.com/download/
http://www.unitrunker.com/download/preview/

Windows 8 os
dsd plus rev 1.023

using VB Cable as default playback device and muting it with volume mixer and adjusting volume through there input to dsd
using dsd -I2 to select my speaker output dsd is decoding and outputting to my speakers... recommend a dedicated system for this setup as windopws does NOT allow mapping of 2 audio devices... and unitrunker raw audio output does not have an option for changing output audio devices... when I get decode volumes set right for input lvl on dsd I will share with everyone

I AM SURE WITH INPUT LEVEL TWEAKING AND A SYSTEM WITH SYSTEM SOUNDS AND ALL OTHERS MUTED IM SURE DECODING WILL BE MUCH MUCH BETTER WILL SHOW WITH NEXT VIDEO


Decoding MOTOTRBO with Digital Speech Decoder 1.6 beta

Just some clips of the new Digital Speech Decoder in action. I have mixed in the raw audio that DSD is decoding from, along with the decoded audio, so be aware that when you are decoding you won't normally hear the noise. The undecoded DMR is much quieter than the speech but it is only there so you can hear the strength of the signal that DSD is decoding from.
For people looking for a mototrbo "scanner" there are none on the market at the moment, this is the closest you will get to having a mototrbo scanner.