Code300-32 Standard Version 3.081

 We are proud to announce it here for all our professional customers

the new HOKA decoder 32-bit Windows/NT® software version

 One of the worlds most sophisticated data decoder analyzers is now available,  CODE300-32 Version 3.08 continues our long experience with data decoders,
the good old DOS decoder CODE3 was the beginning of it all, approx 20 years ago 

  • A brief description with the most important technical details.

  • Real Multitasking, open as many decoding modules and tools as necessary at the same time.

  • No Hardware required! You only need the sound card of your pc, nothing more!

  • Multi-Channel, use both channels of any existing sound device to enable completely independent decoding from two different audio sources.

  • Hard disk Recording, simultaneously with any decoding module.

  • Automatic Audio Recording with 'Graphical Squelch'

  • Due to the software-only solution, any notebook with a sound input becomes a super decoder analyzer.

  • Operating systems supported: WIN98®, WIN2000®, XP, NT4

  • CODE300-32 currently runs under Windows 98 / 98 OSR2, Windows Me and Windows NT4, using at least a Pentium III 500 MHz processor or faster with at least 128 MB RAM. Under Windows 2000 at least 256 MB of RAM are recommended while under Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional PC the minimum configuration recommended is a Pentium III/IV 1.5 GHz processor and 256 MB RAM. 

  • Fully Remote controllable by TCPIP via Intra- and Inter Net. Up to 256 decoders controllable from one place.

  • Buffered input: Processing decoded data is important, but using the incoming, online data is sometimes even more important. Case in point: you tune to a frequency and suddenly a short-duration ALE (MIL-188-141A) activates and then closes down prior to an HF modem coming up. You’ve lost the identity associated with the ALE burst. This is No Problem! All incoming raw data is stored in a BIT-BUFFER. This buffer starts when the CODE300-32 is started and runs continuously until the program is closed down. With the bit-buffer running, it is possible to “review” what a signal did as far back in time as you have RAM allocated to the buffer. The size of the buffer depends on the needs and preferences of the user, but is only actually limited by how much RAM your computer has.

A lot of new modes are available, most of them only from HOKA:

A small remark:
all these modes are not 'in preparation', but available now, from stock......

CODE30-A and CODE300-A are still supported but are now 'out of production' and
have been replaced by the above new 32-bit versions.