Results 1 to 7 of 7

Thread: Turn your Waris radios into P25 IMBE compliant radio - very interesting add on board

  1. #1
    Neo No Longer Registered

    Default Turn your Waris radios into P25 IMBE compliant radio - very interesting add on board

    http://www.nabishi.com/digital_encryption_for_P25.htm

    Interesting device that even supports high level encryption.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 21, 2011
    Posts
    4,051
    Thanks
    2,964
    Thanked 5,774 Times in 1,707 Posts
    Country: Canada

    Default

    They look OK, but their advertising is bull**** and false.

    Check their YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Md7K...ayer_embedded#!

    At 1:50~, they claim their "encrypted audio", "sounds like this". It's clearly just an analog scanner recording. There's no way their audio sounds like that, while encrypted.

    False advertising.

  3. #3
    Neo No Longer Registered

    Default

    Yeah, noticed that. Wonder how the normal P25 audio sounds.

  4. #4
    cyrus's Avatar
    cyrus is offline Trailer Park Superintendent
    Join Date
    Jan 05, 2012
    Location
    Moonbase Alpha
    Posts
    755
    Thanks
    157
    Thanked 311 Times in 145 Posts
    Country: Japan

    Default

    They're calling analog "P25 clear".

    Scary indeed.

    Might just be a language barrier but I'd be afraid of dropping any large amount of money on one of these boards considering how the website is put together.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 12, 2012
    Location
    Directly above the center of the earth.
    Posts
    2,478
    Thanks
    518
    Thanked 1,091 Times in 570 Posts
    Country: Christmas Island

    Default

    Based on their text descriptions too, also hard to be sure, but it sounds like they are only using AES-128 in P25 Encrypted mode. Even if they are using AES-256, for some reason I don't think it will be interoperable with Motorola's AES-256 implementation.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 11, 2011
    Location
    /dev/null
    Posts
    234
    Thanks
    10
    Thanked 155 Times in 59 Posts
    Country: United States

    Default

    Wirelessly posted

    How do you keyload it!?

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Feb 12, 2012
    Location
    Directly above the center of the earth.
    Posts
    2,478
    Thanks
    518
    Thanked 1,091 Times in 570 Posts
    Country: Christmas Island

    Default

    From the description, it looks like they have some kind of hardware programmer device and/or it uses some kind of OTAR type method, it doesn't say whether that is just for basic programming or keyloading or what. The device is probably a serial or USB dongle and PC software, most likely.

    I finally found a price - looks like 349 pounds for an evaluation setup, probably 2 boards, that's about $550.00 U.S.