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    Default Looking for MotoTRBO ADP documents

    Guys anybody have and willing to share with me any of the ADP (the Application Developer Program not Advanced Digital Privacy) documents, other than the program overview that ones all over the net. Specfically the XCMP documents.


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    are these available on MOL with a TRBO subscription?

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    No they are on the mototrbodev.motorolasolutions.com site.

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    I checked and sorry I dont have access to it.

    Perhaps some of our membership here can locate the documents.

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    There are a few what are you trying to do? GPS, ARS, GOB?

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    XCMP protocol, command and control.

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    XMCP is encrypted I believe.
    Last edited by brizey; May 19, 2012 at 11:17 AM.

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    The messages to and from the radio are encrypted?

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    No, they're not. I've had no luck getting Motorola to even call me back re establishing an account; seems they're not too desperate to get application developers on board.

    I had an evil plan for a MOTOTRBO messaging and location <-> APRS gateway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syntrx View Post
    I had an evil plan for a MOTOTRBO messaging and location <-> APRS gateway.
    like this ? http://youtu.be/85EdiW7mbXQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by kd8eyf View Post
    Very much like this.

    Nothing existed (that I could find) when I looked into doing it a year or so ago, but because I don't normally use APRS anyway Motorola's refusal to call me back re getting into the dev program caused my motivation to run out pretty fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syntrx View Post
    Very much like this.

    Nothing existed (that I could find) when I looked into doing it a year or so ago, but because I don't normally use APRS anyway Motorola's refusal to call me back re getting into the dev program caused my motivation to run out pretty fast.
    heres the program
    https://github.com/KD8EYF/TRBO-NET
    if you need help installing let me know
    when i had it running, it was on a beaglebone
    http://imgur.com/a/ot0my#9Uu0T

    If anyone has access to the IPSC ADP documents i would be interested in those.

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    The only people with access to the ADP documentation are the ADP's themselves. Not to say someone within their organizations won't eventually leak them out (heck, LAB and Depot get out) but don't hold your breath. Especially with the XMCP commands for Connect Plus...Motorola hasn't even released them to the 'general' ADP community yet, just a couple of beta testers.

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    What software were you running on the beaglebone Linux board?

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    Were you also running the webserver on the beaglebone as well?

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    Moto expects to make money from ADP participants through royalties on the sale of the third party products developed with Motorola's proprietary IP info. So when you get with the program you agree not to share.

    It just like the rules Mars established for this board, can't share Moto IP stuff that would or could deprive them of revenue.

    Having said that great reverse engineering job there kd8eyf...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ve9gln View Post
    What software were you running on the beaglebone Linux board?
    Check post #12
    I think the distro was arch
    Yes apache ran on the bone

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    I meant anything special, like what version of APRS SW, etc etc. Or is everything one needs in the PERL script you used?