go2MONITOR Wideband GUI
All modules, functions and features are controlled from the go2MONITOR GUI. The GUI is modular and flexible and allows easy adaptation to specific requirements and contains the following parts.
- Panorama display (if delivered from receiver)
- Live signal monitoring
- Extraction of narrowband channel
- Signal classification
- Interactive demodulation and decoding
- Live audio
- Wideband and narrowband recording control
- Task scheduler and monitoring (of all executed jobs)
- Replay of IF recordings
Multi Wideband Signal Input
go2MONITOR is ready to run two (more on request) multiple wideband inputs side-by side in one application. The wideband inputs can come from one receiver, like:
- multiple streams from one PLATH SIR 511X receiver
- IZT R3xxx (4 channels)
- WiNRADiO G39 (2 channels)
or from even different receivers from different manufacturers
For decoding, the narrowband/production channels can be setup completely independent, giving full flexibility.
Tabs are used to show multiple receivers (to safe space) or receivers can also be displayed side by side.
- Work with multiple receivers connected to different antennas (different locations, directions, polarization, etc.) and select the best one for decoding.
- Monitor HF and VHF/UHF at the same time using different receivers
- Monitor multiple frequency ranges at the same time and use the available decoding channels according to your requirements.
- Simultaneous decoding/recording from one receiver and additional playback of recorded files. So even during monitoring you can start working on recorded files.
Signals of interest can easily be added to an integrated station list. Entries in the station list can be assigned to production channels by using drag & drop or the context menu.
- Data import and export from/to a CSV file.
- Possibility to add own data fields
- Grouping of data
- Filtering of data
- Information can also be used in the ResultViewer
- The stations can be directly displayed as an overlay in the spectrogram
- A predefined database of worldwide RF stations is available from shoc and can be imported directly.