VisualRadio: A New Approach at ELOKA

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New Version 4.4.6
with AR-5700D Support for Download

VisualRadio Database and VisualRadio BASIC is Ready
 

Database

Give your AR-DV1 a Spectrum


 
Flash at work

 

 

VisualRadio - Sophisticated Software for AOR Receivers AR-2300, AR-5001, AR-6000,  AR-DV1 and soon to come the AR-5700

NEW: Flash 4.4.3 with End-to-End Encryption , Terminal 2.3.1 And
CRYPTOR 1.05 Secure Communications

Client/Server on Facebook

5 Clients

VisualRadio with 5 Clients:

  • 3x VisualRadio Client on the left

  • 1x Hyperterminal with the encrypted data on the right

  • 1x VisualRadio Terminal with the decrypted data on the right (in the background)

Companions

 

Why VisualRadio?

Visual Radio is a suite of tools designed to make your daily work easier. It currently consists of

VisualRadio Flash for remote control of the newer AOR receivers such as AR-2300, AR-5001, AR-6000 and AR-DV1. Since these devices, with the exception of the AR-DV1, can output the spectra of a selectable frequency range with variable resolution, they are particularly suitable for the rapid detection of signals at moderate costs

VisualRadio Database for remote control of other commercial receivers, creation of own programs by the customer and database handling.

VisualRadio Terminal to become familiar with the functions of the suite

VisualRadio Cryptor for tap-proof encryption of both remote control commands and chats according to AES standards

 

The new VisualRadio suite provides a Communications Intelligence gathering system, combining the functionality and flexibility of software based equipment to solve the technical needs of the professional community. This allows the rapidly changing solutions – available commercially Off-The-Shelf – to be provided within a customized system, ensuring that the supplied solution is technically advanced.

At the heart of the system is VisualRadio Flash, a programmable software interface for the newer AOR receivers. It receives commands from any source and transmits the results back via TCP/IP. Most of the time the receivers will be busy with the transmission of spectra and numerical values of frequency and level of triggered signals for further processing.

Because of the protocol used it is easy to integrate VR Flash as the source of signals of interest (SOI). Maximum span is currently 10 MHz with the AOR AR-2300, AR-5001 and AR-6000. The AR-DV1 and AR-DV10 do not provide a signal stream but may be used for demodulation of various types of (including digital) modulation