Project: ARTEMIS Identify unknown signals.

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I was recently presented by a friend with this website. http://markslab.tk/project-artemis/
It is a very interesting open source project to be able to identify unknown signals.

From the website:
 ARTEMIS: is a useful aid for radio listeners: it allows to compare realtime spectra (from SDR waterfall for example) with those found in archives by comparison of the properties (such as frequency, bandwidth, modulation ...) and verifying it through a sample image. A variety of filters allows you to narrow your search, facilitating the identification of unknown signals.
It would be great if we can collaborate to this and eventually incorporate it as a feature of SmartSDR. Imagine the software automatically detecting the type of signal based in its properties.
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That would be so handy. When using digital modes (sadly most OMs do not use TxID - I use both TxID and RxID) by the time I have identified the mode and then speed the QSO participants have often moved on. Having auto-recongition of signals would be perfection and make SSDRs indispensable.
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To many got ya's in the down load process... Think I'll pass --- don't like download managers and all the add on stuff...

Dan --- KC4GO
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EA4GLI - 8P9EH - Salvador

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I have no affiliation with the website Dan.

I had no trouble downloading. I just tried again and I see that you get an ad which then, in 5 seconds, at the top right corner, a button shows up that reads SKIP. Once clicked the download of the .msi files starts.

I guess I got so used to using AdBlock and FlashControl on Chrome that I do not realize those ads because I don't see them.

Sorry if it caused you trouble Dan.
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No managers, no issues with downloading (no gotchas), no malware alerts, no addons.

The only problem I had was the program stopping/crashing on loading
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Just to confirm that the latest release, 0.9.9 works fine here now.

Thanks Marco.
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Hi G4DWV/4X1LT,
no problem, but the latest version is now the 1.0.0 (0.9.9 has some problem with offline audio sample). In a few hour i'll release a new version with some fixes.
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Hi Marco,

I'll check that out. Would you be able to use the ham sites that have many samples of ham digital modes like http://www.w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/Modes/index.htm to add more modes to Artemis?
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Artemis is based on sigidwiki site (a free wikia):  your suggestion is really interesting because some users on sigidwiki has proposed to add a lot of signal founded on web like fldigi website...so, the answer for your question is: yes. Every person can add signals on sigidwiki, hence sooner or later someone will import the library that you reported.
Regards,
Marco
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Thanks for the software Marco