AOR DV 10

Re: AOR DV 10

Postby cartman » Thu May 31, 2018 10:36 am

From bits and pieces on Radioreference forum discussions

No Radio IDs displayed whatsoever
In DMR Mode only slot number and colour code is displayed - no talkgroup and no radio ID
In summary AOR DV10 monitors signals (not users)
P25 Phase 1 Conventional only
Decodes analog scrambling (2000-7000Hz) - not available in US versions
Decodes NXDN 15bit scrambling - not available in US versions
There are issues with the early firmware ie not decoding DMR and NXDN - now fixed apparently in later firmware
Yaesu are the North American distributors and AOR elsewhere

English Operating Manual
https://www.yaesu.com/downloadFile.cfm? ... tion%2Fpdf

Radio settings on page 47
Radio Specifications on page 59

FCC certification
http://radioaficion.com/cms/aor-ar-dv10 ... ification/
Scanners:
Whistler TRX-1, GRE PSR800 x 2, Uniden 780 x 2, Uniden 796, Uniden 396 x 2, Uniden 246, GRE Pro96.
Software:
DSD v1.101, WinDSDv2, ADCR25 v5.10, Unitrunker, Trunkview
UHF CB Radios:
5w GME TX4500, 4w Motorola GP339Plus
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Re: AOR DV 10

Postby rustynswrail » Sat Jun 02, 2018 10:44 am

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As to the comments posted elsewhere here, AOR have NEVER, I repeat NEVER sold either the DV1 or DV10 as a device capable of showing user ID's or RID's. Neither have they sold them as trunking tracking capable receivers.

That is something the bloody Americans are constantly complaining about, notwithstanding the fact the Whistler and Uniden do. If AOR had marketed these receivers as trunking and as being capable of displaying ID's then I could understand the carry on.

By the way the new Icom ICR30 doesn't display ID's in NXDN mode and it doesn't support DMR. Not too much whinging about that.

As a communications receiver the DV1 and DV10 are in my opinion second to none, assuming you do not have a major need for perfect HF. Anyone who owns either will know just how convenient the AUTO mode is for determining the transmission mode automatically. The AOR receivers are perfect for signal intelligence work and wideband monitoring of the spectrum in a multitude of modes. If you want a trunk track or a receiver that displays ID's then buy a Uniden or Whistler.

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Re: AOR DV 10

Postby citabria » Sat Jun 02, 2018 5:47 pm

rustynswrail wrote:As a communications receiver the DV1 and DV10 are in my opinion second to none,


Except of course for maybe the AOR AR-ALPHA Mk2, but that's in a whole new price range of course..
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Re: AOR DV 10

Postby rustynswrail » Sun Jun 03, 2018 11:29 am

Perhaps I should have qualified 'second to none' under $2000.

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