Technical Data

go2signals go2MONITOR


With go2MONITOR you have a software tool that covers the entire workflow in the area of radio signal monitoring and COMINT. The software is modular, configurable and scalable, and can be customized to meet your exact needs.
Manual processing of intercepted communications is too expensive, too slow, insecure and incomplete. In this situation, an automated, flexible and extensible approach must be used with reasonable effort and at an affordable cost.

Key Facts

  • HF, VHF and SHF all in one package
  • Fully automatic signal processing of data and voice signals on multiple channels
  • Simultaneous automatic AND manual monitoring with parallel classification of signals
  • COTS hardware (computers, receivers)
  • Multiple coherent wideband inputs
  • Bandwidth up to 1MHz for HF and 5 MHz for VHF/UHF (Optional 2.4 MHz for HF and 10/20/XX MHz for VHF/UHF)
  • Panorama overview (depends on receiver)
  • Large, expandable decoder library
  • Stay up-to-date with two updates per year
  • Windows or LINUX

Technical Data

Comments:
  • Using the classifier (Recognition & Decoding) , the software is able to detect and process signals with a signal length of at least 1 ms.
  • MIL and PMR decoders may need an End-User-Certificate (depends on the country of the user)
  • One decoder = one line (to shorten the list). For the full list, download the actual decoder list
  • Slow multi tone modems are recommended to operate with fixed nominal frequency
  • Decoder source code is only part of go2DECODE delivery (as go2MONITOR has no pyDDL compiler)
  • The receiver list can be extended at the request of the customer or by the-user/integrator (receiver plug-in tool).
  • It is possible to connect multiple wide band and narrow band receivers to the software.

go2MONITOR Versions

Version Configuration
go2MONITOR 1/2/4/8 Radio monitoring, signal classification, signal decoding and signal recording software solution for complete signal scenario surveillance (HF, VHF, UHF, SAT bands)
Core product includes all standard product features.
Optional product features can be added, see options table
go2MONITOR low-SWAP Radio monitoring, signal classification, signal decoding and signal recording software solution for complete signal scenario surveillance (HF, VHF, UHF, SAT bands) optimized for low-SWaP equipment
See comparison table
go2MONITOR Operator Application to setup an additional workstation for processing radio signals and viewing the results stored in the central system
go2MONITOR Operator allows several users to access a central go2MONITOR 1/2/4/8 independently and to process signals by themselves
- Shared access to the processing resources of a central go2MONITOR system
- Local use of free narrowband channels for independent signal processing
- Access to active wideband signal inputs (controlled centrally)
- Viewing and editing of all results in a common, central results database
- Installation on an additional workstation (access to the central system via network)
- The go2MONITOR Operator product includes one ResultViewer each
- With the NRC option it is also possible to assign handoff receivers directly to an operator
Recommended computing resources: client workstation/notebook with Intel i5 or higher (launch date not older than 3 years), 4 CPU cores with min. 2 GHz clock rate per core, 16 GB RAM and access to the central system via network and Full HD screen
go2MONITOR Result ResultViewer application to setup an additional workstation for viewing the results stored in the central system
go2MONITOR Result allows multiple users to independently access and jointly edit result data from a central go2MONITOR 1/2/4/8 or LowSwaP
- Shared access to a central go2MONITOR result database
- Viewing and editing of all results
- Work in parallel while creating new results in the central database
- Listen to audio, even from IF recordings
- Display filtered and grouped results, graphical and table view, data export
- Installation on an additional workstation (access to the central system via network)
- The ResultViewer application can display the results of multiple databases (not simultaneously)
Recommended computing resources: client workstation/notebook with access to the central system via network and Full HD screen
Signal Classifier Library (SCL) C++ library for integration of automatic signal classifier functionality
Multi-stage classification concept:
- Signal detection and segmentation
- Classification of modulation types
- Classification of modems

Input:
- Digital IF (complex I/Q) via memory buffer
- Digital IF/AF recordings (real / complex WAV 8, 16, 32 Bit)
Faster than real-time processing depending on hardware performance
Recommended computing resources: Intel i5 or higher (launch date not older than 3 years), min. 2.6 GHz clock rate per core, 1 Core per SCL channel

Features

Feature go2M go2D
Standard decoders Y Y
Optional MIL decoder package Y Y
Optional PMR/SAT decoder package Y Y
Optional: go2key (PMR ARC4 key recovery) Y Y
Easy and intuitive to operate Y Y
Supports multiple monitors Y Y
Multi channel processing 1/2/4/8/32 ..... 1
Drag-and-drop of frequencies, classifier results, stations Y N
Panorama display Y N
Spectrum (FFT) and Spectrogram Y Y
Decoder/Channel windows for results and control Y Y
Manual demodulator and decoder control (Editor) N Y
Classifier display Y N
Frequencies/Blocked Frequenceies window Y N
Ressources display Y N
Bulk file processing Y N
Scripting editor Y N
Mission statistic display Y N
ResultViewer Y N
Simultaneous receivers , I/Q streams 2 ++ 1
Receiver control Y Y
Training (days) 2-4 d 4 d go2DECODE
4 d pyDDL
Localisation, GUI & Documentation, English / German ++ Y Y
ISO 9001:2015, certified company Y Y
License, USB-Dongle (CodeMeter), License sharing on request Y Y
Licensed AMBE+2 TM voice coding technology Y Y
PC: CPU (1 core per demodulation and decoding channel) min I5 2.6 GHz min I5 2.6 GHz
PC: RAM 4 GB + 2 GB/channel >= 2 Gbyte
PC: HDD/SSD (depends on recordings) >= 100 GB >= 10 GB
PC: Display (multiple monitrs recommended) >= 1920 x 1080 >= 1280 x 1024
PC: LAN (depends on rx bamdwdith) 1 Gbit/s 1 Gbit/s
PC: Soundcard for audio output Y Y & analogue IF input
OS: Windows 10/11 de/en, 64 bit Y Y
OS: CentOS Linux 7 (7.5 or higher, 7.5 recommended), 64 bit Y Y
OS: RHEL 8 (8.4 or higher, 8.4 recommended), 64 bit Y Y
Digital IF (complex I/Q) via stream (PROCITEC, VITA 49, PXGF) or receiver Y Y
Digital IF/AF recordings (real / complex WAV 8, 16, 32 Bit, TCI cap file format) Y Y
Audio Input, DANA, for webradio etc. (Y) Y
Automatic modem recognition with configurable modem list Y Y
Buffering for lossless decoding. Y Y
Parametrizable decoders (alphabet, encryption keys, framing parameters, etc.) Y Y
Content AND metadata post-processing (customizable) Y N
Creation of new, user-defined decoders N go2DECODE-P
Decoder result formatting, configurable with XSLT Y N
All results are stored in the PostgreSQL database Y N
Display of metadata and content (text, audio, graphics, binaries) Y Y
Alarming based on post-processing results Y N
Various export functions Y N
Result Output, Files
- Deocoding results
- TXT-File with decoded text
- XML-File with decoded text and metadata
- Signal recordings
- Voice recordings
- Bitstream *.rec files (bits and quality of each bit)
- Bitstream *.txt files (bits) go2DECODE
Y Y
Coherent input & recording BW standard VHF/UHF 5 MHz, HF 1 MHz ??
Coherent input & recording BW standard, Optional VHf/UHF 10 MHz, 20 MHz, HF 2.4 MHz ??
Manual recording Start / Stop:
- manual by operator- automatic by trigger (AMT, go2DECODE)
Recording Triggers:
- Configurable squelch level
- Signal detected
- Transmission method recognised
- Transmission method unknown
- Voice / Morse detected
AMT, Manual Y
Classification of modulation and modem types:
- Manually triggered
- Interval snapshots (at 10, 20, . . . sec)
- Continuous classification as additional option: AMT
- Sequential snapshot classification in product configuration: go2MONITOR low SWaP
Y N
Channel BW 2 kHz - 4 MHz  
NB channe operation modes:
1 Classification
2 Decoding
3 Recognition + decoding
3 Classification + recognition + decoding
5 Analogue audio only in product configuration: go2MONITOR low SWaP
All 2 and 3
Universal demodulators:
- AGC, AFC and automatic baud rate synchronization
- Blind or modem specific adaptiv equalizer
- Decoder specific demodulator setting
- Primary demodulation USB/LSB/AM/FM
- Automatic burst synchronization
Y Y
Vocie signals. AM, FM, USB, LSB classification, detection & demodulation Y no classification
Live audio listening (analogue and digital voice) y Y
Demodulated bit recording Y Y
Processing faster than realtime Y N
Perseus,WiNRADiO, SDR#, SDR-Console recordings Y Y
Result reporting in GUI and database Y N
Links to station names from frequency list Y N
Alphabets. Add new ones to the alphabet library used in the decoders N Y
Mission and task planning for multi-channel processing
Alarming for signal detection in wideband

Triggers based on wideband signal detection:
- Signal energy
- Modulation type
- Modem type

Filter:
- Signal parameters
- Frequencies (band, fixed frequency, frequency channels)
- Blocked frequencies (band, fixed frequency, job-specific and system wide)
- System location
- Time

Tasks:
- Type: Wideband signal search with live processing
- Additional task types available as option: AMT
- Enhance processing capacity and speed with additional option: WMPC-16/32
Y N
Sonagram Viewer (SoVi) N Y
Viewer Display (PMO)
- Demodulated audio files (CW, TETRA etc.)
- Binary files
N Y
ResultViewer, display, filter, edit and export from result database

Display of:
- Decoder output
- Demodulated audio files (CW, TETRA, etc.)
- Text output (ALE, HFDL, etc.)
- Binary and graphical files
- Recognized modems (protocols)
- Wide- / narrowband classification results
- Recorded wide- / narrowband IF-signals
- Result metadata like time, frequency, modulation, etc.
- Display in table or graphic view (time vs. frequency)

Functions:
- Advanced filter
- Filter data using GUI, SQL or scripting
- Sorting and grouping function
- free positioning of windows (floating/docked)
- Listen to audio, even from IF recordings
- Select, extract (DDC), store signals from wideband recordings
- Python scripting based data structuring (user-defined)
   
RX: Frequency, Bandwidth, AGC, ATT controls etc. Y Y
RX: Step and scan mode Y N
RX: Parallel use of receivers from different manufacturers Y N
RX: Support of wide- and narrowband receivers Y WB not recommended
RX: Optional Hand-off receiver support (NRC-4/8) Y N
Third party decoder
Interface to the DDC channel stream
Interface to the audio output (VAC, virtual audio cable)
Y Y
Integration
- API for application control and streaming (full back-end integration possible)
- Receiver control and integration framework (RCM)
- VITA 49 and ExtIO interface for receivers
- Documented, generic PROCITEC/PLATH IF streaming interface
- Various customization options based on Python scripting for DF, content postprocessing, antenna control, data export, etc.
- Introduction workshop
Y N

go2MONITOR Options

Option Remarks
PMR Decoders Additional set of PMR/SAT decoders (see separete table)
May require export license before delivery
MIL Decoders Additional set of military demodulators and decoders (see separete table)
May require export license before delivery
WCL-10
WCL-20
Extended Wideband Input and Classification
- WCL-10: Coherent VHF/UHF 10 MHz, HF 1 MHz
- WCL-20: Coherent VHF/UHF 20 MHz, HF 2.4 MHz
Continuous emission tracking mode (with option AMT)
Snapshot mode
Recommended additional computing resources:
- WCL-10: 2-4 CPU cores and 8 GB RAM
- WCL-20: 4-8 CPU cores and 16 GB RAM
Normally delivered as a package consisting of receiver, computer and software
WBR-10
WBR- 20
Extended Wideband Recording
- WBR-10: Loosless recording of VHF/UHF 10 MHz, HF 1 MHz
- WBR-20: Loosless recording of VHF/UHF 20 MHz, HF 2.4 MHz
Recording in standard WAV files
Simultaneous storage of spectrum data for fast preview
Replay and signal extraction
Recording scheduler and loop recording (with option ATM)
Requires WCL-10/20
Recommended additional computing resources: CPU: 1-2 CPU cores, HDD/SSD speed for WBR-10: 500 Mbit/s and WBR-20: 1 Gbit/s sustained write speed
Normally delivered as a package consisting og receiver, computer and software
AMT Automatic Monitoring and Tasking
Full automatic mission/task based monitoring (detection, classification, decoding, recording)
Continuous classification mode

Additional task types:
- Wideband signal search with automatic narrowband channel processing
- Continuous fixed-frequency monitoring
- Wideband recording (time based or emission triggered)

Recommended:
- Increase processing capacity and speed with option: WMPC-16/32
WMPC-16
WMPC-32
Wideband Multi Production Channels
Extend the number of internal software channels (DDC, classification, demodulation ,recording) typical in steps of 16 or 32
All channels working on internally recorded/bufferd signals with an average speed of 4 times real time
Raises channel speed for digital demodulation and decoding 4 times faster (average)
If in combination with WCL-10/20, recommended additional computing resources:
WCL-10: 1-2 CPU cores and 4 GB RAM. WCL-20: 2-4 CPU cores and 8 GB RAM
Normally delivered as a package consisting of receiver, computer and software
NRC-4
NRC-8
Narrowband Receiver Control (Hand-Off Narrowband Receiver)
Process signals parallel and independent from wideband input (wideband receiver)
Narrowband receivers offer a better sensitivity compared to wideband receivers
Narrowband receivers consume less resources, as no DDC is required
Monitor signals in different frequency ranges
Handoff signal production triggered by wideband scan receiver result as additional option combined with: AMT
NRC-4: up to 4 handoff receivers for go2MONITOR 1/2/4
NRC-8: up to 8 handoff receivers for go2MONITOR 8
HOPD-20 Hopper Detection Unit
Recognition and recording of hopper signals in combination with AMT, WCL-20 and WBR-20
Minimum signal duration: 2 seconds, at least 100 hops
Minimum signal bandwidth: 250 kHz
Hop rate: 5 to 50 hops/s for HF or 100 to 1.000 hops/s for V/UHF
Minimum hop bandwidth: 1 kHz
Recommended additional computing resources: 4-8 CPU cores and 16 GB RAM
May require export license before delivery
Possibility to operate several HOPD units in parallel to detect hoppers in larger ranges
Remote Control API C++ library and API interface for system integration
RCM Framework C++ framework for receiver integration

go2MONITOR 1/2/4/8 vs low-SWAP

FEATURE go2MONITOR 1/2/4/8 go2MONITOR low-SWAP
Wideband Classification Instantaneous snapshot and continuous classification Sequential snapshot classification
Wideband I/Q input Bandwidth 5, 10, 20 MHz and more upon request Depending on receiver and hardware resources
Wideband recording function Yes No
Rule based fixed frequency to channel allocation Yes Yes
Optional AMT (Automatic Monitoring and Tasking) Possible No
Channel with fully automatic modem recognition, demodulation and decoding Yes No
Channel limited to demodulation of analog OR digital signals. Channel configuration predefined by license No Yes
Channel with signal buffer (decoding of the first bit) Yes No
All channels include recording function Yes Yes
Automatic alerting and notification (’crosscue’) to 3rd-party systems (eg. ISR/CEMA) Yes Yes
Additional PMR and MIL decoder packages available Yes Yes
Option WMPC (Multichannel production) Yes No
API for Integration Yes No
Receiver, classification, demodulation, decryption and decoding support Yes Yes

Classified Modulations

Modulation   HF VHF, UHF Eb/No
Eb/No detection rate > 90%
false alarms < 1%
     
min. Signal lenth   100 symbols 100 symbols  
max. signal bandwidth   50 kHz 50 - 80 % of input bandwidth  
Signal energy detection, min. SNR   6 dB 6 dB  
min. signal length   100 ms 100 ms  
Measurement conditions   4 sec 4 sec  
Analog modulation types (no SELCALS)   USB J3E
LSB J3E
AM A3E
DSB-SC (optional)
USB J3E
LSB J3E
AM A3E
DSB-SC (optional)
NFM F3E (f> 25 MHz)
WFM (BW 50-300 kHz, 65-108 MHz)
 
ASK2/4 Signal frequency > 300 MHz   1.2 - 25 kBd 20 dB
FSK2 m = 1 - 10 25 - 4800 Bd 1.2 - 25 kBd 11 - 15 dB
FSK2 m = 0.75 - 1.5   25 - 75 kBd > 25 dB
FSK4 shift>SR 25 - 4800 Bd 1.2 - 25 kBd 14 - 16 dB
GMSK m = 0.5 300 - 4800 Bd 1.2 - 125 kBd 14 - 16 dB
MC FSK2 m >= 1
2 - 64 CH
40 - 250 Bd
120 - 1000 Hz
CH spacing (min. 2xshift)
40 - 250 Bd
120 - 1000 Hz
CH spacing (min. 2xshift)
17 dB
MC PSK 2, 4 A/B
MC DPSK 2, 4 A/B
< 10 kHz signal bw
2 - 64 ch
31.25 - 250 Bd
50 - 300 Hz channel spacing
31.25 - 250 Bd
50 - 300 Hz channel spacing
13 - 15 dB
MORSE   30 - 250 CPM 30 - 250 CPM  
MSK m = 0.5 100 - 4800 Bd 1.2 - 125 kBd 14 - 16 dB
Multitone FSKn 5 - 64 tones
(shift >sr)
3 - 200 ms
(5 - 330 Bd)
3 - 200 ms
(5 - 330 Bd)
14 - 16 dB
OFDM   Bandwidth < 50 kHz:
25 - 512 Bd
Tg/Tu 0.125 -1
max. 250 Hz channel spacing
min 25 Bd with PSK2 or PSK8 modulation
Bandwidth < 50 kHz:
25 - 512 Bd
Tg/Tu 0.125 -1
max. 250 Hz channel spacing
min 25 Bd with PSK2 or PSK8 modulation

Bandwidth 50 kHz - 12.5 MHz:
128-32768 channels
Tg/Tu 0.625-0.25
max. channel spacing 15 kHz
min 50 Bd (PSK2 or PSK8)
14 - 18 dB
OQPSK within Freq. Ranges
1545-1551 MHz
3600-3629 MHz
  2.4 kBd - 500 kBd 15 dB
OTH Radar FM-CW variants only detection only    
PSK 2 A/B
DPSK 2 A/B
  31.25 - 4800 Bd 1.2 kBd - 50 MBd 7 - 10 dB
A/B Decision: 8 - 15 dB
PSK 4 A/B
DPSK 4 A/B
  31.25 - 4800 Bd 1.2 kBd - 50 MBd 8 - 12 dB
A/B Decision: 10 - 15 dB
PSK 8 A/B
DPSK 8 A/B
  31.25 - 4800 Bd 1.2 kBd - 50 MBd HF: 8 - 12 dB
A/B Decision: 10 - 15 dB
VHF, UHF: 10 - 14 dB
A/B Decision: 12 - 15 dB
PSK16   300 - 4800 Bd 1.2 kBd - 50 MBd 14 - 16 dB
QAM Order: 16, 32, 64
Rectangular constellations only
1600 - 4800 Bd 1.6 - 25 kBd 22 dB

Classified Modems

HF VHF / UHF
ALE 3G ACARS-VHF
ALE 4G APCO-25
CHN 4+4 APCO-25 Phase 2 Downlink
CHN hybrid DAB
CIS-112 DECT
CIS-128 DMR
CIS-45 (33 / 45 Bd) DMR Continuous
CIS-60 dPMR
CIS-93 D-STAR
CIS-AKULA DVB-T (8 MHz Mode only)
CODAN 3012 16 Channel PSK FLEX
CODAN 3212 16 Channel PSK GSM (<3G), UMTS, LTE
HFDL Inmarsat Satphone Uplink
LINK11 (CLEW & SLEW) Iridium Satphone Uplink
LINK-22 MPT1327 1200Bd
MIL-STD-188-110A Serial (STANAG 4539 ) NXDN
MIL-STD-188-110B/C App. C (STANAG 4539 HDR ) TETRA Downlink
MIL-STD-188-110C App. D TETRA Uplink
PACTOR (I, II, II FEC, III, 4) TETRAPOL
STANAG 4285/4481 (PSK) Thuraya SAT Phone Uplink
STANAG 4529 VDL2
STANAG 4539 Yaesu System Fusion

Classified Output

Parameter Description (23.1) O
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Modulation The type of modulation and quality x x x x x x x x x x x x x  
Pitch Pitch of modulated voice                       x    
Type Type of voice like LSB, USB, AM , FM                       x    
Symbol
rate
Symbol rate in Bd x   x x x   x x x x x      
Order Number of phase shifts / levels             x x   x        
Version Version of PSK A or B             x x            
CPM Transmitted character per minute           x                
Dash Dot
ratio
Ratio between the length of dashes and dots           x                
Shift Measured shift     x x x           x      
Channel
spacing
Measured distance between tones in Hz x     x       x     x      
Frequency Receiver center frequency of the signal x x x x x x x x x x x x x *
Bandwidth Overall bandwidth of the signal x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
SNR Signal to noise ratio in dB x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
Signal time Time of measurement x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
Number of tones       x x                    
Number of CH                 x     x      

Demodulator

Demodulator Demodulator Demodulator Demodulator
AM/A3E
Analogue Selcall
ASK 2 (OOK)
ASK 2/4
ASK2PSK2 (ASK4)
ASK2PSK8
ASK4PSK8
Chirp
CLOVER 2000
CLOVER 2500
CLOVER II
Coquelet
DPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
F1A
F7B/F7W
FM/F3E (Voice)
FSK 2 /3 auto shift
FSK 2 /4/8 disc
FSK2 matched
Hybrid
J3E (USB/LSB Voice)
Link11 (req.EUC)
MCFSK2
MDPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
Morse
MPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
DPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
F1A
F7B/F7W
FM/F3E (Voice)
FSK 2 /3 auto shift
FSK 2 /4/8 disc
FSK2 matched
Hybrid
J3E (USB/LSB Voice)
Link11 (req.EUC)
MCFSK2
MDPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
Morse
MPSK 2/4/8/16 A/B
QAM 64 circle/square
QAM 8/16/32/64/128/144/256
QAM APSK16_dvbs2
QAM ASK2PSK16 diff
QAM ASK2PSK2 abs/diff
QAM ASK2PSK4 abs/diff
QAM ASK2PSK8 abs/diff
Robust Packet
TFM 3/5
THROB/THROBX
USB/LSB/J3E
Wideband HF (MIL 110 App.D) (req. EUC)

Decoder HF

M= MIL, L=Legacy
No Decoder (Release 24.1) Alias, Remarks M L
1 Alcatel 801H COQUELET-100, detection only   X
2 ALE 2G MIL-188-141A, MIL-188-141B    
3 ALE 3G MIL-188-141B App. C, STANAG 4538 X  
4 ALE 4G W ALE, detection only X  
5 ALE-400      
6 ALIS MERLIN, RS-ARQ, GM856C1, ALIS Slow    
7 ALIS 2      
8 ARQ6-90 CCIR 518 Variant   X
9 ARQ6-98 CCIR 518 Variant   X
10 ARQ-E 4/8 cycle ARQ-1000 duplex    
11 ARQ-E3 ARQ-M1, CCIR 519 Variant, TDM 342 1 Channel    
12 ARQ-M2-242 ARQ-28, CCIR 242, CCIR 342, TDM 242   X
13 ARQ-M2-342 ARQ-56, TDM 342   X
14 ARQ-M4-242 ARQ-28, CCIR 242, CCIR 342-2, TDM 242   X
15 ARQ-M4-342 ARQ-56, TDM 342   X
16 ARQ-N ARQ-1000 duplex   X
17 ASCII 7Bit ITA5, RTTY7    
18 ASCII 8Bit BELL 103    
19 AUTOSPEC SPREAD 11, SPREAD 21   X
20 Baudot async 1.5 stop bit      
21 Baudot sync      
22 Baudot sync 2 stop bit      
23 Baudot universal Arabic, Cyrillic, Hebrew Alphabets    
24 BULG-ASCII IRA-ARQ   X
25 CHN 4+4   X  
26 CHN BPSK 2400Bd   X  
27 CHN MIL 4FSK 400Hz /500 Hz detection only    
28 CHN MIL 64FSK   X  
29 CHN MIL Datalink 30 Tone detection only X  
30 CHN MIL Hybrid 8FSK-PSK   x  
31 CHN pi/2 BPSK 2400Bd   X  
32 CHU      
33 CHX-200 detection only    
34 CIS 405 3915 CIS 40.5, FROST1    
35 CIS Akula 500Bd/1000Hz      
36 CIS DataLink 1200Bd 800Hz   x  
37 CIS FSK 200/1000      
38 CIS FSK 200/500      
39 CIS Hybrid MFSK-68 PSK-9000 no automatic recognition    
40 CIS Hybrid MFSK-80 PSK-250 no automatic recognition    
41 CIS-11 TORG 10/11    
42 CIS-112 OFDM Burst detection only    
43 CIS-112 OFDM Stream detection only    
44 CIS-12 PSK2/PSK4A/B CIS AT3104, CIS-20, FIRE, MS5    
45 CIS-128 OFDM 3 kHz detection only    
46 CIS-128 OFDM 6 kHz detection only    
47 CIS-14 AMOR, AMO 96, TORG 14    
48 CIS-3000 detection only    
49 CIS-36 CIS 10 11 11, CROWD-36, Serdolik   X
50 CIS-36-50 BEE, T-600    
51 CIS-45 OFDM 33.3 Bd detection only    
52 CIS-45 OFDM 40 Bd detection only    
53 CIS-50-50      
54 CIS-81-81 CIS 81, CIS 81-29, Frost    
55 Clansman FSK 300Bd      
56 Clover 2000      
57 Clover 2000 Broadcast      
58 Clover 2500      
59 Clover 2500 Broadcast      
60 Clover II      
61 CODAN 3012 16 Channel PSK CODAN 9001 additional raw hex output, descrambled    
62 CODAN 3012 Chirp CODAN 9001 Chirp    
63 CODAN 3212 1 Channel 150, 300, 600 and 1200 bps    
64 CODAN 3212 1 Channel 75 bps      
65 CODAN 3212 1 Channel HDR 2400, 3600, 4800, 6000 and 7200 bps    
66 CODAN 3212 16 Channel PSK Includes CODAN 3012    
67 CODAN Selcal CODAN 8580, CCIR 493-4    
68 Contestia 8/16/32      
69 Coquelet-13 Coquelet-Mk1   X
70 Coquelet-8 Coquelet-Mk2   X
71 Coquelet-80 Coquelet-8 FEC   X
72 CV-786   X  
73 Datawell Buoy 2FSK HF Link detection only    
74 DGPS M823    
75 DominoEX 4/5/8/11/16/22      
76 DPRK PSK 150/300/600/1200 Bd detection only    
77 DSC-HF GMDSS    
78 DUP-ARQ 125 ARQ-DUPLEX, 125-ARTRAC    
79 DUP-ARQ 250 ARTRAC II, DUP-ARQ-2    
80 DUP-FEC-2      
81 Enegal Buoy 2FSK HF Link detection only    
82 F7W Morse/Baudot F7B Morse, 2 CH ITA-2 RTTY    
83 Fax Group 3 V.21, V.27ter, V.29, V.17 (partial)    
84 FEC-A FEC 100, FEC 101   X
85 FreeDV HF      
86 FT-4      
87 FT-8      
88 Globe Wireless FSK Globe Wireless Pactor, GW DATAPLEX   X
89 Globe Wireless OFDM detection only   X
90 Globe Wireless PSK GW DATAPLEX   X
91 G-TOR Golay    
92 Harris RF-5800 SelCal detection only X X
93 HC-ARQ Haegelin-Cryptos X X
94 HFDL ACARS HF, ARINC 635-2 HF Datalink, ARINC 753    
95 HF-FAX WEATHER-FAX    
96 HNG-FEC     X
97 Japanes Slot Machine XSL, detction only    
98 KG-84 detection only, incl. in various decders X  
99 KG-STV      
100 KW-46 detection only, incl. in various decders X  
101 LINK 11 CLEW STANAG 5511, TADIL A, TADIL B X  
102 LINK 11 SLEW STANAG 5511 SLEW X  
103 LINK 22 only STANAG 4539 App. D X  
104 Maritime Mesh Network Traffic Management detection only    
105 MEROD 150/267 Bd RACAL-ARQ, RAC-ARQ    
106 MFSK-16      
107 MFSK-32      
108 MFSK-8      
109 MIL-188-110 16 Tone only raw output X  
110 MIL-188-110 39 Tone   X  
111 MIL-188-110C App D, 3/6/9/12/15/18/21/24 kHz WB-HF X  
112 MIL-M-55529A MD-522, MD-674 X  
113 Morse 30-170 CW-Morse    
114 Morse A2A 30-170 Morse with AM primary modulation    
115 Morse F1A 85cpm 200Hz Morse over FSK    
116 Morse F2A 30-170 Morse with FM primary modulation    
117 MT63-500/1000/2000      
118 Olivia 8, 16, 32, 64      
119 Packet 300 AX.25    
120 PACTOR I incl. decoding of Robust Connect bursts    
121 PACTOR I FEC      
122 PACTOR I/II/III Includes all PACTOR modes I/II/III    
123 PACTOR II      
124 PACTOR II FEC      
125 PACTOR III      
126 PACTOR-4 post-processing (decompression) of airmail/sailmail emissions, if possible    
127 Panther-H Sync detection of synchronisation bursts only X  
128 Piccolo MK12 Piccolo 12   X
129 Piccolo MK6 Piccolo 6   X
130 POL-ARQ CCIR 518 Variant   X
131 PSK 10/31/63/125/250 BPSK31    
132 PSK 31/63/125/220-FEC variant of PSK31 with FEC    
133 PSK-AM 10/31/50      
134 QPSK 31/63/125/250/500      
135 Robust Packet Radio      
136 RUM-FEC ROU-FEC, Saud-FEC   X
137 SI-ARQ ARQ-S   X
138 SI-FEC FEC-S   X
139 SITOR-A SITOR-ARQ, AMTOR, CCIR 476 A    
140 SITOR-B SITOR FEC, CCIR 476 B, TOR dirty, NAVTEX    
141 SP14 NUM13   X
142 SPREAD 51     X
143 SSTV only for nominal frequency mode    
144 STANAG 4197 audio codec not included X  
145 STANAG 4285 Terminal Mode: ASCII8, Baudot, STANAG 5066, HEX X  
146 STANAG 4415 MIL-188-110A/B ser. (partly), 75bps X  
147 STANAG 4481 (FSK) with detection of KG-84 encryption X  
148 STANAG 4481 (PSK) contained in STANAG 4285 X  
149 STANAG 4529 Terminal Mode: ASCII8 & Baudot, HEX X  
150 STANAG 4539 MIL-188-110A/B ser. (partly), 150-4800 Bit/s, MIL-188-110 App. C X  
151 STANAG 4539 HDR MIL-188-110 App.C (partly), 3200 - 12800 Bit/s X  
152 STANAG 5065 STANAG 5065 FSK 75Bd 85Hz, STANAG 5065 FSK 50Bd 850Hz X  
153 STANAG 5066 included in various decoders X  
154 SWED-ARQ ARQ-SWE, CCIR 518 Variant   X
155 Thales System 3000 Skymaster selcal detection only X  
156 THROB1/2/4      
157 THROBX1/2/4      
158 Turkish Navy FSK   X  
159 Twinplex Baudot F7B, BF6 Baudot, ITA-2 Twin   X
160 Visel FEC12, YUG-MIL   X
161 Voice J3E single sideband USB or LSB    
162 Voice J3E-LSB single sideband LSB    
163 Voice J3E-USB - SELCAL ICAO for voice J3E-USB and/or ICAO selcal, Annex-10    
164 X06-Mazielka      
165 XPA MFSK-20, only for nominal frequency mode    
166 XPA2 only for nominal frequency mode    

Decoder VHF/UHF

T= Type, L=Legacy
No Decoder (24.1) Alias, Remarks Type Leg
1 ACARS VHF SITA, ARINC 597    
2 AIS      
3 APCO-25 P25 PMR  
4 APCO-25 Phase2 Downlink   PMR  
5 ATIS      
6 Autocab      
7 BIIS      
8 DECT   PMR  
9 Distress Radiobeacons ELT, EPIRB, COSPAS-SARSAT, PLB    
10 DMR MotoTRBO, for burst emissions PMR  
11 DMR Continuous MotoTRBO, for continuous emissions PMR  
12 dPMR   PMR  
13 DSC-VHF GMDSS-VHF    
14 D-STAR   PMR  
15 ERMES     X
16 FLARM     X
17 Flex      
18 FMS-BOS      
19 FreeDV VHF      
20 Golay Pager Golay/GSC    
21 GSM Control Channel C0 PMR  
22 INMARSAT AERO-C 8.4 / 10.5 / 21.0 kbs, no audio output SAT  
23 INMARSAT AERO-P 0.6 / 1.2 / 2.4 / 4.8 / 10.5 kbps SAT  
24 INMARSAT AERO-R 0.6 / 1.2 / 2.4 / 10.5 kbps SAT  
25 INMARSAT AERO-T 0.6 / 1.2 / 2.4 / 10.5 kbps SAT  
26 INMARSAT ISATPHONE UPLINK detection only SAT  
27 INMARSAT-C TDM   SAT  
28 INMARSAT-C TDMA   SAT  
29 IRIDIUM UPLINK detection only SAT  
30 LINK 11 CLEW UHF UHF version with FM primary modulation MIL  
31 Mobitex 1200 Mobitex 80    
32 Mobitex 8000 Mobitex 400    
33 Mode-S/ ADS-B      
34 Morse A2A 30-170 Morse with AM primary modulation    
35 Morse F2A 30-170 Morse with FM primary modulation    
36 MOTOROLA SMARTNET 4/6 kHz APCO-16, MTR-EDACS (Channeld decoding) PMR  
37 MPT1327 1200Bd MSK   PMR  
38 NMT450      
39 NXDN 2400/4800Bd IDAS, NEXEDGE PMR  
40 Packet 1200/2400/4800/9600      
41 POCSAG 512/1200/2400 CityRuf    
42 SELCAL CCIR-1 SELCAL PCCIR, only for nominal frequency mode    
43 SELCAL CCIR-2 SELCAL CCIR-7, only for nominal frequency mode    
44 SELCAL CCITT only for nominal frequency mode    
45 SELCAL CTCSS MPT1306    
46 SELCAL DCS MPT1381    
47 SELCAL DTMF sub for baseband demodulation    
48 SELCAL EEA MPT1316, only for nominal frequency mode    
49 SELCAL EIA only for nominal frequency mode    
50 SELCAL EURO EURO5, only for nominal frequency mode    
51 SELCAL MODAT only for nominal frequency mode    
52 SELCAL NATEL only for nominal frequency mode    
53 SELCAL VDEW only for nominal frequency mode    
54 SELCAL ZVEI SELCAL DZVEI, PDZVEI, PZVEI,ZVEI-1, ZVEI-2, ZVEI-3    
55 Tetra usage of TEA 1/3/4 if key available PMR  
56 Tetra DMO usage of TEA 1/3/4 if key available PMR  
57 Tetra Uplink detection only, RACH bursts are decoded PMR  
58 Tetrapol   PMR  
59 Tetrapol VHF for VHF range only PMR  
60 Thuraya Uplink detection only, but RACH bursts are decoded SAT  
61 VDL 2      
62 VDL 3      
63 Voice A3E AM    
64 Voice A3E (AM) Air Traffic to monitor VHF voice air traffic    
65 Voice F3E - SELCALS CTCSS, DTMF, ZVEI, DCS    
66 VOICE INVERSION FM-LSB scrambled analog voice    
67 Yaesu System Fusion 12.5 kHZ bandwidth PMR  
68 Yaesu System Fusion NB 6.25 kHz bandwidth PMR  
69 ZVEI-VDEW digital selcal    

Decoder Decryption 

R=Type Recognition, D=Decyphering
Decoder Detected Encryption Type R D
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 2-key triple DES +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 3-key triple DES +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 ACCORDION 1.3 +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 AES +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 BATON(Auto Even) +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 BATON(Auto Odd) +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 DES-OFB +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 FIREFLY Type 1 +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 MAYFLY Type 1 +  
APCO-25, APCO-25 P2 SAVILLE +  
DECT Encryption +  
DMR / DMR Continuous Advanced encryptions (DES/AES) + manual key
DMR / DMR Continuous Alinco + automatic/manual key
DMR / DMR Continuous Enhanced/ARC4 + go2key
DMR / DMR Continuous Hytera Basic + automatic/manual key (not continuous)
DMR / DMR Continuous Kenwood Basic +  
DMR / DMR Continuous Motorola Basic + automatic/manual key
NXDN AES 128 +  
NXDN Basic Encryption (scrambled) + automatic/manual key
NXDN DES 64 +  
TETRA DMO TEA 1,3,4 + manual key
TETRA DMO TEA 2, end-to-end +  
TETRA Downlink TEA 1,3,4   manual key
TETRA Downlink TEA 2, end-to-end    
TETRA Uplink end-to-end +  
TETRA Uplink TEA 1,2,3,4 +  
Tetrapol Encryption +  

Supported Receicer

W=Windows, L=Linux
Brand (Release 24.1) Receiver WINDOWS LINUX Max. BW Comments
ADEDRI LAN-IQ SDR x   2.2 MHz ExtIO
ADEDRI SDR-NET x   2.2 MHz ExtIO
Airspy Airspy HF+ Discovery x   768 kHz ExtIO
Airspy Mini x     Extio
Airspy Airspy R2 x   8 MHz ExtIO
CommsAudit CA7851 x x 5 MHz VITA 49, Panorama Scan
CommsAudit CA7852 x x 20 MHz VITA 49
ExtIO Different receivers x   Download installation, setup and configuration of the driver must be done by the end user
GEW gRX-LAN x   1 MHz ExtIO
HackRF HackRF One x   20 MHz ExtIO
IZT R3XXX x x 20 MHz Up to 3 channels, Panormama Scan
IZT R40XX x x 1 MHz SignalSuite, 1 Channel only
IZT R507x        
Microtelecom PERSEUS x   1.6 MHz limited USB3 compatiblity
NARDA IDA2 x x 320 kHz  
NARDA NRA-3000 x x 320 kHz  
NARDA NRA-6000 x x 320 kHz  
NARDA SignalShark 3310 x x 20 MHz VITA 49
NI USRP X310 x x 20 MHz  
NOXON RTL2832U, RTLSDR x   2.4 MHz ExtIO
PLATH SIR2110 x x 20 MHz LINUX recommended, external receiver control only
PLATH SIR2115 x x 4x20 MHz 20 DDC's, PLATH driver
PLATH SIR5110 x x 16x768 kHz subbands External receiver control only
PLATH SIR5115 x x 40x768 kHz subbands External receiver control only
RFSPACE NetSDR x x 2 MHz  
RFSPACE SDR14 x   190 kHz  
Rohde & Schwarz EB500 x x 2 MHz. Panorama Scan
Rohde & Schwarz EB510 x x 5 MHz  
Rohde & Schwarz EM100 x x 500 kHz Panorama Scan
Rohde & Schwarz ESMD x x 15 MHz  
Rohde & Schwarz PR100 x x 500 kHz Panorama Scan
Rohde & Schwarz PR200 x x ?? same as PR100
SDRplay RSP1 x   6 MHz ExtIO
SDRplay RSP1A x   6 MHz ExtIO
SDRplay RSP1B x   6 MHz ExtIO
SDRplay RSPDuo x   6 MHz ExtIO
SDRplay RSP2 x   6 MHz ExtIO
SDRplay RSPdx x   6 MHz ExtIO
Signal Hound BB60C/D x x 27 MHz Scan
Signal Hound SM200 A/B x x 20 MHz  
thinkRF R5500-408 x x 6.25 MHz VITA-49
thinkRF R5500-427 x x 6.25 MHz VITA-49
thinkRF WSA5000-408 x x 780 kHz VITA-49
thinkRF WSA5000-427 x x 780 kHz VITA-49
VITA49 Generic x x   Can be configured in a wide range for different receiver types
WiNRADiO WR-G31DDC x   800 kHz ExtIO
WiNRADiO WR-G33DDC x x 4 MHz Panorama
WiNRADiO WR-G35DDC x x 4 MHz Panorama
WiNRADiO WR-G39DDC x x 4+2 MHz Panorama