Artemis

In a nutshell
Artemis is a software designed to assist radio frequency (RF) signal identification and storage. It simplifies real-time spectrum analysis by leveraging one of the most extensive and community-driven databases, containing over 500 recognized signals. This comprehensive software solution allows users to collect RF signals with specific parameters such as frequency, bandwidth, modulation, etc. Users can also store spectrum waterfalls, audio samples, and all types of documents for future reference. Artemis provides a robust platform to manage a wide range of RF data with precision and ease.

RECOGNIZED SIGNALS

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Space Weather

RF Propagation and more

Artemis enhances RF propagation analysis with comprehensive space weather tracking. It offers near real-time (5-minute) data and forecasts to help users anticipate the effects of solar and geomagnetic conditions on RF communications. Some of the features include:

  • Kp/Ap indexes & NOAA GSR Scale Alerts
  • 3-day Space Weather Forecast
  • Maximum Usable Frequency
  • Earth-Moon-Earth, Meteor Scatter, Sporadic-E, Aurora Spots
  • Expected HF Noise
  • D-Region Absorption Prediction (DRAP)
  • Aurora Forecast (OVATION Model)

Windows

8 or later
x64
ver 4.0.5
68616 Downloads

Linux

glibc 2.31 or later
x64
ver 4.0.5
8536 Downloads

Mac OS

High Sierra or later
ver 4 coming soon™
ver 3.2.1
13091 Downloads

Raspberry

Ras. Buster or later
ver 4 coming soon™
ver 3.2.1
14500 Downloads

Who We Are

Marco
Dalla Tiezza
Artemis Mk.I-II-IV programmer, DB parsing, Poseidon Engine, Website
Alessandro
Ceccato
Artemis Mk.III Lead Programmer
Paolo
Romani
Lead β Testing Phase, RF specialist, Airspy SDR# User Guide Author
Carl
Colena
Sigidwiki admin, β Tester, Signals expert
Eric
Wiessner
KI7POL
ARM Port, β Tester

EVERY BIT COUNTS...

Hi, I’m Marco, the founder of AresValley.com,

I don’t particularly like ads, but they’ve kept the website alive all these years. We’re currently running an experiment by removing all ads and seeing if spontaneous user donations can cover our annual operational costs.

Our goal is to secure the funding necessary to sustain AresValley’s hosting and domain costs. Specifically, we’re aiming to raise 45€, which will cover the website’s expenses for one year.

If you feel that you are able and would like to support this project, can you help us reach this goal?

Thank you!

2023

2024

2025

SUPPORTERS

Kevin Arburn

Marek Barłóg

Gabriel Glösmann

Corbin Williams

Ton Machielsen

Ivan Rancic

Alipio Fernandez

Matt Eisele

Martin Dudel

Harald Geier – DL9NDW

Mark Abney

Cory Kujawski

Michael Mackay-Blair

Bruce Tenison

Andrew Carlile

David Challis – M0ZLI

Jim Haghi

Mervyn Northover

Frank Frisone

Lou Mcintosh

William Scott

Robert Crone

ALL SUPPORTERS

2019

Eric Hahn
Alan Lawrence
Diego Gil Fernandez
Torsten Teichert
Charles Preston
Brad Hein
Paolo Romani
Michelle Corbani
Martin van Duinen
Valentino Zardi
Emmanuel Fabre
Oscar Nilsson
Pierre Declercq
Detlef Jahn
Oliver Schellenberg

2020

Stephane Imbertone
Roel Ketelaars
Timothy Ehrhart
George Mager
Gerhard Amon
Gerald Schmidt
Carlos Rocha
Joshua Frohberg
Bill Riches

2021

Jeffrey Krehbiel
Володимир Багмет
Philip Hamlin
David Davies
Nigel P. Lawrence
Marco Rissi (PP5ZX)
Martin van Duinen
Alex Diamantopulo
Joseph Winter
Mark Bender
Rolf Gerhardt

2022

Denese Harris
Benjamin Steele
Alexander Irmscher
Jonathan Chang
Torsten Lipke
Massimo Petrantoni

2023

William Arcand
Jon Carp
Robert Crone
William Houston (3x)
Richard Quasne
Tom Krugliakov
Francisco Neira Basso
Alistair Macrae

Friends' Projects Corner

This program (Artemis, 2014-2024) is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see: www.gnu.org/licenses