Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones)

Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones)

Post by David Kroes » Sun, 15 Dec 1996 04:00:00

Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones and pager
packets)
Please post!!!     thanks    David

 
 
 

Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones)

Post by Cornhol » Wed, 18 Dec 1996 04:00:00


Check Out JDR Micro Devices, awesome Phreaking Hardware in the kit
section of their catalogs. Think it's www.jdr.com ?


says...


>says...

>>Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones and
>pager
>>packets)
>>Please post!!!     thanks    David

>Suppliers of commercial communications equipment make stand-alone
>decoders that hook up to the low level (discriminator) audio in a
>scanner will do what you want.  For example, Connect Systems Inc. in
>California (they have a web page, www.connectsystems.com, I think),
>Zetron also in sunny California, or Communications Specialists Inc. in
>. . . . . you guessed it, CA.

 
 
 

Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones)

Post by Just » Wed, 18 Dec 1996 04:00:00


says...

Quote:

>Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones and
pager
>packets)
>Please post!!!     thanks    David

Suppliers of commercial communications equipment make stand-alone
decoders that hook up to the low level (discriminator) audio in a
scanner will do what you want.  For example, Connect Systems Inc. in
California (they have a web page, www.connectsystems.com, I think),
Zetron also in sunny California, or Communications Specialists Inc. in  
. . . . . you guessed it, CA.
 
 
 

Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones)

Post by mEGAsOF » Sat, 04 Jan 1997 04:00:00

Try COOLEDIT.  COOLEDIT 1.5  Here is a "crack"

name:  YOU!
serial:   XJMINCLE


Check Out JDR Micro Devices, awesome Phreaking Hardware in the kit
section of their catalogs. Think it's www.jdr.com ?


says...


>says...

>>Any one have software to decode scanner sound (i.e. touch tones and
>pager
>>packets)
>>Please post!!!     thanks    David

>Suppliers of commercial communications equipment make stand-alone
>decoders that hook up to the low level (discriminator) audio in a
>scanner will do what you want.  For example, Connect Systems Inc. in
>California (they have a web page, www.connectsystems.com, I think),
>Zetron also in sunny California, or Communications Specialists Inc. in
>. . . . . you guessed it, CA.