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Decoding HOT, EOT & DPU Train Data

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Published on Mar 7, 2014

The first segment of this video shows HOT data being decoded, followed by the decoding of EOT data on a different frequency. The second part shows the decoding of DPU data. There is a major train yard / train hub approximately three miles from the position of my radio.

452.9375 is the frequency I used to listen to the head-of-train (HOT) transponder.
457.9375 is the frequency I used to listen to the end-of-train (EOT) transponder.
457.9250 is the frequency I used to listen to the Distributed Power Unit (DPU) signal.

More info at these links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distribu...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_T...) (Also discusses HOT).

Signals were decoded using SoftEOT and SoftDPU programs. The software can be downloaded from here after requesting membership to the group:

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/S...

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