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Is there a digital speech decoder .pet for Puppy?
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iw2evk

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PostPosted: Sun 07 Oct 2012, 09:30    Post_subject:  Is there a digital speech decoder .pet for Puppy?
Sub_title: For decoding digital radio into audio
 

Hi,
someone know if exist a binary executable for puppy linux of this program:

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Digital_Speech_Decoder_%28software_package%29

I've tried the win porting on Wine, but don't work.

thanks for help

the digital speech decoder is a command line program for decoding the voice trasmitted via 2 way radio in digital mode.
Cover many standards used from fire dept, patrol, and others land mobile radio services.

Roberto iw2evk

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muggins

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PostPosted: Sun 07 Oct 2012, 13:05    Post_subject:  

Try this .pet:
dsd-46b9b01.pet
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Filename  dsd-46b9b01.pet 
Filesize  65.92 KB 
Downloaded  476 Time(s) 

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iw2evk

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PostPosted: Mon 08 Oct 2012, 02:14    Post_subject:  

OK,many thanks,

I start as a possible with test ..

Regards

Roberto
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iw2evk

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PostPosted: Sat 13 Oct 2012, 05:32    Post_subject:  

Hi at all,

i've make some tests with the . pet of DSD , but after diplayed the version and the sound devices in use the program it's stucked.
May be required this librarie to load(not found on the web for puppy)?

https://github.com/szechyjs/mbelib
Thanks in advance for help

Roberto iw2evk

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muggins

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PostPosted: Sat 13 Oct 2012, 16:06    Post_subject:  

iw2evk,

sorry about that...in order to compile dsd I first had to compile the mbelib library...but forgot to bundle it!

I've reuploaded in the first post.

(Oddly, it was downloaded 19 times, but you were the only one to let me know it wasn't working.)
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 01:49    Post_subject:  

Along the same lines, is there a text2speech utility available for Puppy?
One could drop a text file on the icon for it and have the file spoken.
Or sending clipboard text to it.
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iw2evk

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 03:14    Post_subject:  

I've re - download the pet but it's the same , also the lenght of files (!!)
Check your inbox : i've send you my mail adress for sending directly the pet.
Thanks

Roberto
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 04:38    Post_subject:  

Hello iw2evk,

Can you copy&paste the errors you get if you run dsd in a console?

I'm currently running in ram, installed the pet above, and it definitely runs, and has the mbelib installed.

Code:
# dsd --help
Digital Speech Decoder 1.4.1
mbelib version 1.2.3
dsd: invalid option -- '-'

Usage:
  dsd [options]            Live scanner mode
  dsd [options] -r <files> Read/Play saved mbe data from file(s)
  dsd -h                   Show help

Display Options:
  -e            Show Frame Info and errorbars (default)
  -pe           Show P25 encryption sync bits
  -pl           Show P25 link control bits
  -ps           Show P25 status bits and low speed data
  -pt           Show P25 talkgroup info
  -q            Don't show Frame Info/errorbars
  -s            Datascope (disables other display options)
  -t            Show symbol timing during sync
  -v <num>      Frame information Verbosity
  -z <num>      Frame rate for datascope

Input/Output options:
  -i <device>   Audio input device (default is /dev/audio)
  -o <device>   Audio output device (default is /dev/audio)
  -d <dir>      Create mbe data files, use this directory
  -g <num>      Audio output gain (default = 0 = auto)
  -n            Do not send synthesized speech to audio output device
  -w <file>     Output synthesized speech to a .wav file

Scanner control options:
  -B <num>      Serial port baud rate (default=115200)
  -C <device>   Serial port for scanner control (default=/dev/ttyUSB0)
  -R <num>      Resume scan after <num> TDULC frames or any PDU or TSDU

Decoder options:
  -fa           Auto-detect frame type (default)
  -f1           Decode only P25 Phase 1
  -fd           Decode only D-STAR* (no audio)
  -fi           Decode only NXDN48* (6.25 kHz) / IDAS*
  -fn           Decode only NXDN96 (12.5 kHz)
  -fp           Decode only ProVoice*
  -fr           Decode only DMR/MOTOTRBO
  -fx           Decode only X2-TDMA
  -ma           Auto-select modulation optimizations (default)
  -mc           Use only C4FM modulation optimizations
  -mg           Use only GFSK modulation optimizations
  -mq           Use only QPSK modulation optimizations
  -u <num>      Unvoiced speech quality (default=3)
  -xx           Expect non-inverted X2-TDMA signal
  -xr           Expect inverted DMR/MOTOTRBO signal

  * denotes frame types that cannot be auto-detected.

Advanced decoder options:
  -A <num>      QPSK modulation auto detection threshold (default=26)
  -S <num>      Symbol buffer size for QPSK decision point tracking
                 (default=36)
  -M <num>      Min/Max buffer size for QPSK decision point tracking
                 (default=15)

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 04:44    Post_subject:  

8-bit,

regarding a text reader espeak springs to mind. I see ariel has gEread here, which has clipboard ability.
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iw2evk

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 07:48    Post_subject:  

Hi at all,

if i start dsd -? i receive the same reply like in your screenshot.
if i start dsd without command the program most due running like in this video and decoding the audio entering in sound blaster

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_DmsPuxKcY

or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSJLZy-fIMo

but for me after the start the program its "dead" .
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 08:33    Post_subject:  

iw2evk,

I know nothing about the actual usage of the program...apart from the what I can see from the output of the -help parameter above. When you run dsd what commandline options are you passing? What port is you're scanner connected to?
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 14:54    Post_subject:  

Hi,

for use dsd i connect the audio output from transceiver to input of sound blaster.Then run simply dsd without argoment (auto scanning).The program try all the mode .if a recognized mode it's detected starting the decoding and audio it's sended to pc speacker decoded.
In attachment a simple user manual for win version (but command and usage it's the same of linux version)

a simple tutorial fo r win version(withsame commands and argoment of linux version)

http://www.scan-ne.net/DSD/DSD4WinTutorial.pdf
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Oct 2012, 17:31    Post_subject:  

iw2evk,

I'll have to bail out here...I know next to nothing about discriminator taps, nor connecting "audio output from transceiver to input of sound blaster."

If you google linux "digital speech decoder", you'll find plenty of threads where people are trying to resolve the same issues you're having. Like here & here. One thread states it doesn't work with realtek cards, the other that your device needs to be in "Analog Stereo Duplex" mode...maybe some audiophile/wireless puppian might happen along to help.
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