- The Smart copy button no longer copied the idents logged to the clipboard. Fixed.
- Statistics window now is resizable.
- Traffic image also shows Data calls.
- All frequencies are displayed with 5 decimal places to better support 6.25 kHz networks.
- User definable Include ranges and Exclude ranges to narrow down call tracking to user's wishes.
- Added dual radio support.
- ASCII formatted Short Data messages are logged to separate logfile.
- Added Quick keys for the Statistics window.
- Added 'Withdrawn control channels' to the Statistics window.
- When changing to another Site, the Record count was not cleared. Fixed.
- Some visual changes.
- Sound device selection.
- Added a volume slider.
- Added a Traffic analysis tool to the Statistics window.
- Filter selection now done from main menu.
- Added Yaesu FRG-9600 support.
- Removed REQ messages.
- Added seconds to timestamps.
- Settings window now is a tabbed window.
- Added Alpha tagging: labeling of prefixes and individual radio idents.
- Added Custom bandplan network support for networks without a logical bandplan.
- Added a Profile editor.
- Added 'Announced control channels' and 'Neighbour channels' log information to the Statistics window.
- Introduced 'HeadBinDump' setting to have binary (hex) dumps of HEAD messages.
- Introduced 'MaxVoiceChannel' setting for networks issuing dummy GTCs which allocate non existent voice channels.
- When TrunkView is run overnight, the Site information header will be added on the new day.
- Added support for AOR AR3000 and AR3000a radios.
- Added support for Yaesu FT-847 and VR-5000 radios.
- Uniden types BC895XLT and BC245XLT now also supported.
- Decoding of Short Data Messages.
Only an MPT1343 ASCII formatted message will show readable text. If enabled, a popup will show the SDM ASCII text.
- A statusbar icon shows the soundcard's muted/unmuted state.
- The statusbar shows a speaker icon with the number of recordings in this program session.
You can right click this area to play a recorded file.
- Right clicking the logfile name in the statusbar will show a list of, at most, the last seven logfiles, which can be easily opened
by selecting a file from the list.
- Windows98 users now also see a popup at an incoming GTC and/or SDM message.
- Removed the model numbers from the Icom and Uniden radio type selection.
- The Channel look-up table has the option to track the selected frequency. This way you can perform a manual band scan.
Muting/unmuting is done in the same way as on the main screen: use F5 or right click the statusbar.
At Close the radio will be retuned to the last received control channel.
- Introduced enhanced logging: the Statistics window shows the Idents logged, Idents registered, Registrations failed and the Voice targets called.
This information is also written to the logfile at program exit, and whenever TrunkView sees a SysId change. See Tools | Statistics.
- Added a Voice call timeout, for when the clear-down message is not received. This timeout (max 999 seconds) will start counting down at an
incoming GTC message.
The radio will be retuned to the control channel at a Clear down message OR when the timeout reaches zero, whichever comes first.
The retuning by the timeout counter can be over-ridden by holding down the CTRL key until after the count reaches zero.
The count remaining is shown in the lower panel.
- Option to follow the frequencies that come with the MAINT messages.
- The main window has a Find function.
- Added 'Ignore SYNC bits' option.
Only check this option, if monitoring a network that doesn't use the standard control channel codeword synchronisation sequence.
- Added option to define a system wide hotkey.
This hotkey restores/minimizes the TrunkView window, regardless if it's active or not.
Hotkey is: Win + 0..9 | A..Z | F1..F12
- Removed the Offset column from the Site details window.
- If you have a Sites list that holds the same sysid more than once, AND you tune to this sysid, there will be a small triangle next to the SysID box to alert the user.
A mouse over the triangle will show the relevant sites.
Selecting a site that is part of this list, will now show the correct information. No user intervention needed anymore.
(However, a manual search from the radio still needs user action. If the system information shown is not correct, just force the correct information, by selecting the site from the Site menu.)
- GTC Voice and Call clear down messages are now shown in bold font.
- Added support for Yaesu radios: The 'Set frequency' command, found at many Yaesu devices, is used to control the radio.
- Added support for Realistic Pro 2005/2006 receivers that contain an OptoScan456 communication board:
This is a CI-V compatible board with default address 80 (hex). To use it, select Icom and enter CI-V address 80.
Radio addresses 80 to 8F are reserved for the OptoScan456.
- Icom IC-PCR1500 and IC-PCR2500 radios now also work with TrunkView. Select PCR1000 for the right parameters.
This 2-digit setting can be added to the RS232 section of trunkview.ini. It is used to set the filter bandwidth of a PCR receiver.
Valid settings: 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 (default: 01 , 6kHz).
- Command line parameter: You can start TrunkView with a system id as parameter.
At startup, TrunkView will search the Site details list for the sysid, and tune your radio to the corresponding control channel frequency.
This way you can make a shortcut that tunes the radio to your favourite site on one mouse click.
E.g. C:\Trunkview\trunkview.exe 3A5B
Works only if your radio is RS232 controllable!
- Colour editor: message groups (like ALH, BCAST, REQ/AHY etc.) can be given a user selectable colour.
- Two tracking ranges available:
A user can enter two ranges that define the radio ids that should be tracked at a GTC Voice message.
If only a prefix is entered, and the other fields left blank, all radio units within that prefix will be tracked.
To track all radio units just leave all fields blank. (default)
- Data channels used by the system are shown if you 'mouse over' the Voice channels window.
- Changed the WAV file naming to: <sysid>_<prefix>_<date>_<time>_<org>_<tar>.wav
- Better handling of the 'Move to Control channel' command: When this message is received, the radio is tuned to the new Control channel frequency
(cch freq), the displayed cch freq is updated, and the new cch is internally remembered for use at a Clear Down message.
- Multi site id: The Site details window may hold the same system id more than once.
If you tune to this system id, TrunkView will show the info of the first entry it finds. The first site found may not be the right one: so user interaction is needed to force TrunkView to the monitored site. If multiple sites exist, a little triangle will appear next to the (blue) Control channel box in the main window. On a right click, the user may select the site the radio is tuned to. System area information will be updated.
- A double click on the Control channel box will tune the radio to the Control channel.
This is a 'forced return to Control channel'. You can use this to interrupt a voice conversation. Speakers are muted, and if a recording is in progress, it will be stopped (and saved).
- Added a checkbox to the main window, to select if either the control channel information from the Clear Down message, or the frequency as listed
in the Site details window, is used to retune the radio to the Control channel after a GTC Voice.
- To manually unmute/mute the speakers, you can press function key F5, or right click the Sound device (statusbar, left part).
- MAINT message is now displayed as a two line message.
- Windows98 users had a screen lockup after some time of decoding. Solved.
- Now, Windows98 users also have a beep at a GTC Voice message (if enabled).
Version 1.22 (and before)