1. Proplab-Pro HF Radio Propagation Laboratory

Ray-trace radio signals through a realistic three-dimensional ionosphere using Proplab-Pro. This software has been used by the military, researchers, universities and amateur radio operators around the world to assist in determining radio propagation conditions and radio signal behavior. It is one of the most respected and well established software packages for radio engineers and enthusiasts, being actively updated for over 28 years.

The latest version, Version 3.2 released in March 2022, now supports signal back-scattering.

The full manual for Version 3.2 can be downloaded here.

2. Professional Earthquake Monitoring Software

This software monitors real-time global earthquake activity from all major earthquake data centers around the world.

Features include:

  • Direct interfacing with running instances of Google Earth to immediately display high resolution locational information of earthquakes as soon as they are reported (in real-time).
  • Easy, rapidly accessible information and direct links to the responsible earthquake center’s information.
  • Audible warnings of Tsunami’s associated with large Earthquakes.
  • Statistical plots and information regarding global and/or local earthquake magnitudes and occurrence frequencies.
  • Sequential time-synchronized animations of global earthquake activity.
  • Calculates regions that may be overdue for earthquakes of user-defined sizes.
  • Fully automated features that are capable of being used in museum’s for public display.
  • Calculates how often earthquakes are observed of similar magnitudes.
  • Displays full details regarding each earthquake such as the earthquake magnitude, RMS, CDI, MMI, number of stations involved, the significance, whether the earthquake was felt, the current status, the date it was last updated, whether it is an automatic or reviewed report, etc.
  • Easily change dates to observe historic events. One mouse-click manipulates Google Earth to display the locations in high-resolution.
  • Database covering more than 50 years of earthquakes. And the database stored grows to include all real-time earthquakes, as they happen.
  • Batch-processing of large quantities of earthquake data is also possible.

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