ARTEMIS Mk.III

Radio Signals Recognition Manual

ARTEMIS. In a nutshell.

In short, ARTEMIS is a signals hunter software and a useful aid for radio listeners! The analysis of real-time spectra (from your SDR, for instance) is made simple: you can take advantage using one of the largest RF signal database (with over 400 records). Compare several signals properties (such as frequency, bandwidth, modulation, etc.) and verify what you are searching for through a waterfall/audio sample. A collection of filters allows you to narrow your search, making the identification of unknown signals, odd buzzes or weird noises way easier.

HOW DOES IT WORK

Capture

The initial and most crucial step in any successful hunt is gathering information. Obtain as much data as possible, including frequency, bandwidth, and so forth. Pay attention to even the slightest detail, as it could be the key to success.

Inspection

Inspect the unknown signal with many useful tools: compare the waterfall, listen to an audio sample to discover similarities, or use the advanced filtering functions to reduce possible erroneous matches.

Identification

When only a few signal candidates remain on the top list, try to cross every piece of information you have in combination with the most detailed description readily available on sigidwiki.com...now should be easy to understand what you are looking for​.

LAST DATABASE SPECS

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Total recognized signals

DATABASE HISTORY

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WHO WE ARE

MARCO DALLA TIEZZA
Artemis Mk.I-II programmer, DB parsing, Website
ALESSANDRO CECCATO
Artemis Mk.III Lead Programmer
PAOLO ROMANI (IZ1MLL)
Lead β Testing Phase, RF specialist, SDR# User Guide Author
CARL COLENA
Sigidwiki admin, β Tester, Signals expert

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This program (ARTEMIS 3, 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.

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