New AOR Software

New AOR Software

Post by Pee » Sat, 19 Oct 1996 04:00:00

Howdy!
I just started out writing some software for the AOR 8000
It is in Alpha/Beta form right now, but if you would like
you can download it at:
http://homepage.dave-world.net/~woody99/index.htm
Press the AR Beta button!

It only runs on Windoze 95 and its got a long way to go.
Looking for feedback..What works what doesnt.
What you would like added etc...

Thanks

 
 
 

New AOR Software

Post by Victor Heal » Fri, 25 Oct 1996 04:00:00



1996 06:51:10 GMT,

Quote:

> Howdy!
> I just started out writing some software for the AOR 8000
> It is in Alpha/Beta form right now, but if you would like
> you can download it at:
> http://homepage.dave-world.net/~woody99/index.htm
> Press the AR Beta button!

> It only runs on Windoze 95 and its got a long way to go.
> Looking for feedback..What works what doesnt.
> What you would like added etc...

> Thanks

While I find it some what hard to believe that someone needs dedicated  
software when you have win 95 and office 95, I'll give it a spin just for
fun. ;>0  

You can just write the ar8000 commands to a plain text file using
something as simple as notepad and then simply send that file to the
scanner at 9600 baud. Remember to set the new line delay to around 100
milliseconds  so to give the scanner time to process the more complicated
commands. One can capture the data from the AR8000 by simpling turning on
capture command in Hyperterminal and sending commands to the scanner in
an interactive manner.

Microsoft Access, Excell and Word 95 all have strong points for
manipulating the data from or for the scanner.
--
Victor Healey Ki4je
Marietta Ga.

 
 
 

New AOR Software

Post by Daniel Aye » Sat, 02 Nov 1996 04:00:00

: While I find it some what hard to believe that someone needs dedicated  
: software when you have win 95 and office 95, I'll give it a spin just for
: fun. ;>0  

So have you written WordBASIC macros that perform multichannel scanning,
spectrum analysis, priority scanning, frequency management and all those
other functions of the various scanner programs?

No?

So how do you do these things with HyperTerminal?

I am eager to see your answer, as you might have discovered something that will
remove the need for the rest of us to spend $100 on scanner programs.

Daniel.

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New AOR Software

Post by Victor Heal » Sat, 02 Nov 1996 04:00:00


02:25:05 GMT,

Quote:> So have you written WordBASIC macros that perform multichannel scanning,
> spectrum analysis, priority scanning, frequency management and all those

I use Access and Excell for the above. Access, Excell and Word all work
together faily seamlessly for this with OLE.
--
Victor Healey Ki4je
Marietta Ga.