In the last 2 weeks I’ve been working on a software called dmrshark in my free time. It uses libpcap to analyse the traffic of a Hytera IPSC network.
It can be used for:
- Tracking calls, logging to a text file, and/or inserting them to a remote MySQL-compatible database.
- Automatic and periodic reading of repeater timeslot RSSI values during calls and also inserting them to the remote database.
- Updating a remote database table with currently active repeaters and their info (ul/dl freqs, type, fw version etc.).
- I’m planning other features as well, development hasn’t stopped of course :)
Here’s a video of an early preview version which only supported DMR packet structure decoding and logging to the text console: