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Documentation Software version 3.9.2 Norbert Schall Monschauer Weg 19 D 50374 Erftstadt-Liblar Germany Tel.:+49 2235 464738 Fax.:+49 2235 460643 E-Mail: [email protected]

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CONTENTS 1 Welcome to SIOFST............................................................................................................................................ 3 1.1 Basic features of the Program ....................................................................................................................... 3 1.2 Conventions used in this manual:.................................................................................................................. 3 2 Disclaimer ............................................................................................................................................................ 3 3 General................................................................................................................................................................. 4 4 Hardware.............................................................................................................................................................. 5 4.1 requirements.................................................................................................................................................. 5 4.2 Hardware installation .................................................................................................................................... 5 4.3 basic Receiver settings .................................................................................................................................. 6 4.4 initial Audio adjustment................................................................................................................................ 6 4.5 Supported receivers....................................................................................................................................... 7 5 Software installation ............................................................................................................................................ 7 5.1 Local operation ............................................................................................................................................. 7 6 START of the Program and parameters............................................................................................................... 8 6.1 Parameters for the program start ................................................................................................................... 8 6.2 Remote operation .......................................................................................................................................... 9 6.3 Features of AUTORUN ................................................................................................................................ 9 6.4 REMOTE Control ......................................................................................................................................... 9 6.4.1 summary of Control files........................................................................................................................ 9 6.5 EMAIL remote operations .......................................................................................................................... 10 6.6 Setting up the scheduler for automatic email .............................................................................................. 11 6.7 Special program information....................................................................................................................... 12 7 Mainscreen......................................................................................................................................................... 13 7.1 Main screen information center SIO MEASUREMENTS.......................................................................... 13 7.2 Main screen information center FST MEASUREMENTS ......................................................................... 14 7.3 MAIN SCREEN GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................... 15 7.4 main screen functions.................................................................................................................................. 16 7.4.1 INPUT and EDIT schedule data........................................................................................................... 16 7.4.1.1 Manually entering the data into the grid........................................................................................ 16 7.4.2 Target selection .................................................................................................................................... 17 7.4.3 Start/stop the program .......................................................................................................................... 17 7.4.4 main screen menues ............................................................................................................................. 18 7.4.4.1 MAIN Menu A.............................................................................................................................. 18 7.4.4.2 MAIN Menu B .............................................................................................................................. 18 7.4.4.3 MAIN MENU C............................................................................................................................ 19 7.4.4.4 Main menu D................................................................................................................................. 19 7.4.4.5 MAIN menu E............................................................................................................................... 19 7.4.4.6 Main menu F ................................................................................................................................. 20 7.4.5 analisis of the loaded schedule ............................................................................................................. 20 8 configuration-SCREEN ..................................................................................................................................... 21 9 email-SCREEN .................................................................................................................................................. 24 10 calibration-SCREEN........................................................................................................................................ 26 11 Files generated by SIOFST .............................................................................................................................. 27 12 FILES USED BY SIOFST............................................................................................................................... 28 12.1 Description of file contents ....................................................................................................................... 29 13 REVISION HISTORY..................................................................................................................................... 35 14 Tables............................................................................................................................................................... 36 15 pictures............................................................................................................................................................. 36 16 INDEX ............................................................................................................................................................. 37

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1 WELCOME TO SIOFST

SIOFST was designed by Norbert Schall of Deutsche Welle. The aim of the program is to provide continuous measurements of broadcast signals and evaluation over a time slot of multiples of 5 minutes. (typical 30 minutes). Additionally the recording of each frequency can be enabled. The results of the measurements will be packed and send via email automatically to the recipient of the data. Using the SIOVIEW software the received data can be evaluated and recorded audio can be played back. An algorithm developed by the author in 1982 opened the possibility to have a SIO-like rating done automatically by the software. This algorithm is based on an audio measurement which determines the audio signal-to-noise ratio and in connection with other factors like adjacent channel signal strength and the fading margin of the wanted signal it allows to create a I and O- rating including remarks like +,-,F,N. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to contact me.

1.1 BASIC FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM

· · · · · · · · · · · · Simple hardware configuration Low processing power demand Works on operational systems starting from WIN95 upwards Automatic distribution of the measured data via e-mail Automated audio recording Automatic recording of median, 10 % and 90% decile field strength values Unattended operations Portable operations Remote operation possible Imports HFCC formatted data Supports different receivers Receivers can be calibrated for field-strength measurements

1.2 CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL:

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2 DISCLAIMER

This program and supporting information is furnished by DEUTSCHE WELLE, and is accepted/used by the recipients with the understanding that DEUTSCHE WELLE makes no warranties, express or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this program, of ist constituent parts, or of any supporting data. DEUTSCHE WELLE shall be under no liability whatsoever resulting from any use of this program. This program should not be relied upon as the sole basis for solving a problem whose incorrect solution result in injury to person or property. This program is the property of DEUTSCHE WELLE. Therefor, the recipient further agrees not to assert proprietary rights therein and not to present this program to anyone as being other than a DEUTSCHE WELLE program.

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3 GENERAL

The Program will operate on 4 major SCREENS which will be referred as: Picture 1: program screens MAIN-SCREEN CONFIGURATION-SCREEN

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4 HARDWARE 4.1 REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements for normal operation are: · 386 upwards · 100 MHz upwards · 32Mbytes Ram · 100 Mbytes free Disk space · soundcard soundblaster compatible · WINDOWS 95/98/2000/NT

4.2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION

The hardware installation does not require any specific knowledge. There are 2 connections between the receiver and the computer: · Audio line from the speaker or line output of the receiver to recording input of the computer either LINE in or MIC in · Remote control line from COM1/COM2 of the computer to the remote control input of the receiver. In case of the AOR7030 there is a specific cable available to be purchased with the receiver. · Finally the cable to the antenna. The use of a short vertical monopole is recommended. Important: if the antenna is an active antenna this antenna should be able to handle large signals. (example: ARA100 from Dressler) Picture 2: Hardware configuration

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4.3 BASIC RECEIVER SETTINGS

The receivers should be set manually before the program is started. Make sure that the following basic setting are done at the receiver and possibly stored in memory location 0 (if applicable). · AGF FAST · Bandwidth appropriate for AM reception · MODE AM · PREAMPLIFIER OFF (00dB) · AUDIO VOLUME 50% · RF AGC VOLUME 100% (99% at AOR)

4.4 INITIAL AUDIO ADJUSTMENT

After the hard- and software installations have been carried out, the audio level for recording and measurements have to be set. Tune the receiver to a strong Signal and start the audio level alignment: Picture 3: Setting up sound level

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The curve will show the audio level change over time If the audio level is to high, the arrow will appear to indicate that you will have to reduce the audio level A little dot will always mark the peak level of audio Make sure that the correct source is selected Adjust the recording level

The adjustment has to be done only once, as the settings of the volume control are stored by the operation system. If the headphone output of the receiver is used, make sure that the volume at the receiver is set to about 50% and do not change it afterwards.

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4.5 SUPPORTED RECEIVERS

Receivers supported by the SIOFST software are: Table 1: Receiver types No. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 Receiver NUL EK070 IEC ESH3 IEC WINRADIO EK070 COM1 NRD COM1 EK890 COM1 AOR7030 NRD545 AOR5000 EB200 COM EB200 TCPIP IC 1000 TENTEC320 Type EK070 R&S ESH3 R&S WINRADIO EK070 R&S NRD 535 EK890 R&S AOR7030 NRD545 AOR 5000 EB200 R&S EB200 R&S IC PCR1000 TENTEC320 Interface None, used to test the software without a real receiver IEC bus IEC bus Internal connector PCMCIA or COM COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2 TCPIP PORT COM1/COM2 COM1/COM2

5 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

Install the SIOFST software by double click on SETUP.EXE in the installation package. If you are asked for a directory , it is recommended to put the program into C:\SIOFST or D:\SIOFST. Some times during the install there can be a message that one file is locked. Select IGNORE and then continue the installation. The program will generate a subdirectory \DATA under the program directory.

5.1 LOCAL OPERATION

Under the directory \DATA the subdirectories for the to be monitored data by administration will be generated. (See Picture 4) From there additional subdirectories for the language will be created. During the measurement all data will be stored in these subdirectory structure organised by the admin code. Picture 4: Directory structure

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Additionally batch files are created in the subdirectory \DATA. The Files 1ALLSEND.BAT ­ 7ALLSEND.BAT are the DOS batch files that should be called by the WINDOWS Scheduler for each weekday, e.g. 1ALLSEND.BAT for Sunday, 2ALLSEND.BAT for Monday and so on. These batch procedure will automatically call the admin-related batch files for instance AIR1SEND.BAT which will handle the compression of the data and sending the data via EMAIL. (see Picture 5) Picture 5: batch files

6 START OF THE PROGRAM AND PARAMETERS

There are different options to start the SIOFST program: · Invoke the program from the explorer by a double click · Enable the remote control feature by adding the parameter "S". This allows the program to be remote controlled by copying control files into the programs directory.

6.1 PARAMETERS FOR THE PROGRAM START

S MIN 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 activates the remote control feature Start minimized sets the audio buffer to 256 bytes sets the audio buffer to 512 bytes sets the audio buffer to 1024 bytes sets the audio buffer to 2048 bytes sets the audio buffer to 4096 bytes sets the audio buffer to 8192 bytes sets the audio buffer to 16384 bytes

Parameters have to be separated by at least one "Space" character Example: SIOFST S 1024

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6.2 REMOTE OPERATION

For the remote operation follow the installation procedure as described in 5 . Additionally you should start AUTORUN.EXE and it will be automatically added to the WINDOWS autostart folder . Copy or create the file AUTOSTART.CMD into the program directory of SIOFST. The file contains the string `SIOFST S'. If this file is available in the SIOFST directory the program will be started automatically after booting the system. For the operation via dial up connection, the use of a FTP-server is advised. There are several freeware FTPservers available that will do a fine job. For the set-up of a RAS dial-up, please see your documentation of WINDOWS

6.3 FEATURES OF AUTORUN

After the installation of the program execute AUTORUN.EXE. This will then always run in the background checking for specific files appearing in the SIOFST programs directory. These files can be copied via FTP , explorer or received by EMAIL and stored in the directory. At the start of AUTORUN it will check for the existence of the file AUTOSTART.CMD. If the file is available the first line will be read and executed as a DOS ­ Command. AUTORUN will scan the directory for the files : REBOOTIT.CMD RUN.CMD REMOTE.BAT · · · REBOOTIT.CMD is normally created by SIOFST after having received a REBOOT.CMD and SIOFST has terminated. AUTORUN.EXE will initiate a reboot of the system. RUN.CMD contains one command line that will be executed by AUTORUN.EXE REMOTE.BAT contains multiple DOS commands that will be executed as a batch file.

6.4 REMOTE CONTROL

For the complete remote control by an FTP server you have to start the AUTORUN.EXE possibly during system start-up. This program keeps looking for the file RUN.CMD in the SIOFST program directory. RUN.CMD contains one line which is executed: "SIOFST S" . Once this file is detected, the program will start SIOFST with the parameter "S", which enables the remote control feature. The control of the SIOFST can be achieved by copying the above mentioned command files into the programs directory using for instance a FTP dialup connection or sending it via EMAIL to the remote system.

6.4.1 SUMMARY OF CONTROL FILES

These commands are only recognised when SIOFST is started in automatic mode , e.g. `SIOFST S' Recognised files/commands are: RESTART.CMD REMOTE.BAT RELOAD.CMD STOP.CMD SAVE.CMD PACK.CMD RUN.CMD AUTOSTART.CMD REBOOT.CMD REBOOTIT.CMD is presently not used executes directly the contents as DOS commands if AUTORUN.EXE is loaded forces a reload of the parameters stops the program forces saving of the actual measurements forces the packing and if enabled sending the data via EMAIL forces the start of the program if the AUTORUN.EXE is loaded forces the start of the program if the AUTORUN.EXE is loaded forces a reboot of the system. SIOFST will close down first and the create a file REBOOTIT.CMD . This will activate the reboot sequence by AUTORUN. reboots the system without stopping SIOFST (only in case of serious problems)

(note: the contents of these files, except for RUN.CMD, is not important but they must contain at least 1 character. RUN.CMD and AUTOSTART.CMD should contain the text "SIOFST S") These files can be found in the subdirectory \COMMANDS under the SIOFST program directory

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6.5 EMAIL REMOTE OPERATIONS

During remote operation the system is controlled by key-files representing or containing a specific command. These files can also be created by receiving an EMAIL with some attachments from the control center. In this case one has to set up a routine initiated by the SCHEDULER of WINDOWS to check every hour for the existence of an EMAIL for this particular remote system. The EMAIL is then retrieved if it contains a specific KEY-Word in the subject line. This Key-word can be any string ,example: SIOFSTCONTROL To check the EMAIL account regularly you can use POSTIE.EXE which is part of this software distribution. You would have to create a Batch procedure like:

postie -host:email -user:user -pass:pass -pat:"siofstcontrol" -extract:C:\siofst ­rm

This procedure would check for the presence of an EMAIL for this remote system with control data to be activated or commands to be executed. As attachment you could send REBOOT.CMD and consequently the remote system performs a reboot. If you send as attachment the files : SIOFST.FRQ and RELOAD.CMD the remote system would reload the new data in SIOFST.FRQ and continue measurements with updated parameters. The following little Batch procedure collects all system Parameters of SIOFST and sends it back via EMAIL with an attachment ZPARAM.ZIP:

zip zparam *.sam *.ini *.cal *.cfg *.frq *.par *.ema *.bat *.txt postie -host:MAILTO -to:[email protected] -from:[email protected] -s:"SIO parameters" -msg:"SIO PARAMETERS" -a:zparam.ZIP

This procedure would be send to the remote system with an attachment of the file REMOTE.BAT containing the commands as shown above. If you use a dial-up connection, the procedure can look like:

zip zparam *.sam *.ini *.cal *.cfg *.frq *.par *.ema *.bat *.txt rasdial95 "CONNECTION" USER PASS /RETRYCOUNT:3 postie -host:MAILTO -to:[email protected] -from:[email protected] -s:"SIO parameters" -msg:"SIO PARAMETERS " -a:zparam.ZIP rasdial95 /disconnect

"CONNECTION" has to be a valid entry in the DIAL-UP settings.

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6.6 SETTING UP THE SCHEDULER FOR AUTOMATIC EMAIL

After the program start the loaded schedule, which is by default always "SIOFST.FRQ", will be analysed and if new administrations where found, that are not in the EMAIL list, you will see the following message: Picture 6: update email settings

In this case you should open the EMAIL-screen and locate the new entry. It will show under REMARKS "UPDATE RECEIVER" . Select this entry and modify if necessary the recipient and the copy address. After this has been done, leave the screen and you will be asked if you want to update the batch-files. Picture 7: update batch files

You should confirm this by hitting "YES" /"JA" so that your email settings will reflected in the batch files. Now the scheduler can be set up for the email operation. Now the scheduler can be set up for the email operation. You should configure your systems task planer /scheduler to execute the batch files at a specific time. 1ALLSEND.BAT should start on Sunday at 23:55 UTC. 2ALLSEND.BAT should start on Monday at 23:55 UTC. 3ALLSEND.BAT should start on Tuesday at 23:55 UTC. 4ALLSEND.BAT should start on Wednesday at 23:55 UTC. 5ALLSEND.BAT should start on Thursday at 23:55 UTC. 6ALLSEND.BAT should start on Friday at 23:55 UTC. 7ALLSEND.BAT should start on Saturday at 23:55 UTC. . . You will find these files in the \DATA subdirectory under the SIOFST program directory. Please make sure that the default path (or execute from) for the batch should be set to \DATA as well.

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6.7 SPECIAL PROGRAM INFORMATION

SIOFST will always start the measurement 1 minute after the start time has been reached. This is done to overcome time slip of the PC as well as transmitter faults which are likely to occur at the beginning of the transmission While waiting for the measurements to start you will see a clock-like picture with a green second arm that informs you about the time left until the measurements are started again. Picture 8: waiting for the start

Before the end of a measurement interval the program will check if there is time enough for further measurements. If there is not enough time left you will be shown a clock with a red second hand. Picture 9: waiting for the end of the interval

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7 MAINSCREEN

The main screen of the SIOFST program allows you to access all parameter setting. Additionally it features some graphics about the actual ongoing measurements. These values or ratings are however only related to the current measurements and serve as an indicator that the program is operating correctly. The final measured and rated values are stored into the files after the measurement slot

7.1 MAIN SCREEN INFORMATION CENTER SIO MEASUREMENTS

The upper part of the main screen gives some details about the ongoing measurement results. Picture 10: main screen SIO information

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Shows the SIO-rating of the last measurement Shows the signal strength on the wanted and adjacent channels Shows the S distribution over the measurement slot Shows the I distribution over the measurement slot Shows the O distribution over the measurement slot Show the signal strength distribution , x-axis from 0 to 100 dB, y-axis from 0 to 100% Show the audio level progress Indicates the actual signal strength being measured y-axis from 0 to 100 dB Indicates the lower (upper) adjacent channel signal strength Indicates the wanted channel signal strength The orange section marks the fading width The red bar indicates the average signal strength

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7.2 MAIN SCREEN INFORMATION CENTER FST MEASUREMENTS

The upper part of the main screen gives some details about the ongoing Field strength measurement results if FST only is selected. Picture 11: main screen FST information

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Shows the signal strength on the wanted channels Show the signal strength distribution , x-axis from 0 to 100 dB, y-axis from 0 to 100% Indicates the actual signal strength being measured y-axis from 0 to 100 dB Indicates the wanted channel signal strength The orange section marks the fading width The red bar indicates the average signal strength

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7.3 MAIN SCREEN GENERAL INFORMATION

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Show the actual state of measurement Time (UTC) Weekday Tuned frequency at the receiver Shows no. of measurements and number of saved time slots Shows part of the actual record that is being measured Filename for storage of measured data Show s the general setting such as total no of records in the database and the time slot setting Shows information about the actual time slot including the number of entries in this slot Shows the length of one measurement System Time (UTC) only HH:MM System Date

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7.4 MAIN SCREEN FUNCTIONS

The main screen allows to control the program status and provides you with several features for the input of the measurement schedule.

7.4.1 INPUT AND EDIT SCHEDULE DATA

The input of transmitter data can be achieved in 3 different ways: · Manually , from a database in HFCC format , from a file

7.4.1.1 MANUALLY ENTERING THE DATA INTO THE GRID

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on the field you want to enter or change , enter the new data and press r Enter the start time of the transmission (UTC) Enter the end time of the transmission (UTC) Enter the frequency of the transmission (kHz) Enter a station name, the first 3 letters will be used to create a subdirectory for the storage of the data of this station. If you enter (BACKSPACE), you can delete all data from the selected administration Enter the language of the transmission, the entry will be used to create a subdirectory under the directory of the station , if the field is left empty the subdirectory will be called "DIVERSE" Enter the target area for this frequency (optional) it allows to select entries by target Enter the days for the measurements (1=Sunday) Enter the time (sec) for audio recording for this entry (doubleclick toggles between 0 and default duration)

Jumps to the first entry in the list Jumps to the last entry in the list Deletes the current Entry Copies the current entry to generate a new entry to be edited Deletes the whole table Fields that display the running values during measurements

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7.4.2 TARGET SELECTION

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Target area selectors Enable/disable target selection. If enabled, measurements only for entries matching the target selection

7.4.3 START/STOP THE PROGRAM

Picture 15: start/stop the program 1 2 3 1 2 3 Start the measurements Stop the measurements Leave the program

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7.4.4 MAIN SCREEN MENUES 7.4.4.1 MAIN MENU A

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Merges a HFCC formatted file to the schedule database. Imports a HFCC formatted file ( deletes old contents). Loads a schedule file (FRQ-format) Merge a schedule in FRQ-format Save the schedule (FRQ-format) Analyse the schedule to find how many entries per slot are to be measured, see 7.4.5 Terminate the program

7.4.4.2 MAIN MENU B

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1 2 3 1 2 3 Open the configuration screen to select receiver and general settings Save the current parameters Load a general configuration file

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7.4.4.3 MAIN MENU C

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Start the audio alignment procedure to set the recording volume of the soundcard Stop the audio alignment

7.4.4.4 MAIN MENU D

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1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Turn on the receiver, depending on the receiver type resets the receiver Turn off the receiver Tune the receiver to a frequency Open the calibration screen to generate the calibration table for a receiver

7.4.4.5 MAIN MENU E

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7.4.4.6 MAIN MENU F

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7.4.5 ANALISIS OF THE LOADED SCHEDULE

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Shows the number of simultaneous entries for measurements during a slot Range of entries with good repetition rate (multiple measurements of one entry) Range of entries with low repetition rate (multiple measurements of one entry) Range of entries with very low repetition rate (multiple measurements of one entry)

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8 CONFIGURATION-SCREEN

Picture 23: invoke configuration To open the configuration screen select:

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Select the receiver Set the COM interface, if applicable Set the IEC device name, if applicable Set a test frequency that will be used for the audio alignment If you operate in SIO mode, e.g. FST-only not enabled, select these 2 boxes Enable/ disable the Audio recording Set the default length (sec) for the audio recording Enable test run without external devices Enter a 5 letter code for the monitoring station designation, this will be stored with every measurement Enable to do only field strength measurements Spacing for adjacent channel Initialisation string if necessary for the receiver (will be send to the receiver at start up) Reset all parameters to default values

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Picture 25: configuration screen receiver specific

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AGC settle time , time the AGC need to settle after a frequency has been tuned Delay between multiple field strength measurements on one frequency Number of measurement for one schedule entry (default 1) Number of audio measurements for SIO determination Number of field strength samples on the adjacent channels, measurements will be averaged Number of field strength samples on the wanted channel, measurements will be classified Save or observation interval Number of audio buffers to be read for one measurement Correction factor for the AGC conversion minimum value for 0dB Correction factor for the AGC conversion maximum value for 100dB Correction factor for the AGC conversion offset to be subtracted Increase and decrease the audio buffer size (default = 1024)

Note1: you can select the respective default value by on the label Note2: if all AGC values are set to "0" this will activate the usage of the calibration file

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Picture 26 : configuration screen SIO assessment

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Correction factor 1for SIO assessment on label to set to default Correction factor 2for SIO assessment on label to set to default Correction factor 3for SIO assessment on label to set to default Correction factor fading for SIO assessment on label to set to default O value thresholds / dB for SIO assessment on label to set to default Select SIO algorithm , default=3 S value thresholds /dB for SIO assessment on label to set to default

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9 EMAIL-SCREEN

All email setting are maintained and changed via the EMAIL screen. After having loaded a new schedule or applied any changes to the schedule, the program automatically generates the sub directory structure and the necessary batch files. If any new administration is found, you will get a message saying that you should update the email-settings. In this case open the email-form, the new entry will show "UPDATE RECEIVER" in the remark column. You should now enter the proper email-address or "NONE" if no emails should be send for this administration. Picture 27: invoke EMAIL configuration To open the EMAIL screen select:

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3-Letter administration code EMAIL-address , "none" if email should not be send EMAIL-copy to address, "none" if no copy recipient is wanted Additional remark used for internal purpose only it will show "UDATE RECEIVER" if a new entry is detected Days of week , when the email is to be send, ( 1= Sunday) EMAIL server address From address which will appear in the email Blind copy recipient (not used at this time) Text that will appear in the subject field of the email Text that will appear in the mail body Sets all recipients to the value shown in the field above Sets all copy recipients to the value shown in the field above Sets all remarks to the value shown in the field above Sets all daily setting to the value shown in the field above Delete the active row Delete the whole list If you select all batch files to leave the form the data will be stored and you will be asked to update

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10 CALIBRATION-SCREEN

To achieve most accurate measurements it is advisable to calibrate the receiver. The calibration table allows to store correction data every 500 kHz and every dB step from 0 to 100 dB. It is possible to achieve an accuracy of +-1.5 dB. The calibration factors will be stored for each receiver separately in the file DEVICEXX.CAL, XX being the number of the receiver. Picture 29: invoke calibration To open the calibration screen select:

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Select a frequency for the calibration procedure ( every 500 kHz) If enabled it directly tune the receiver Select the input level that is to be calibrated, set your test generator to this output level

to read the value from the receiver Enable /disable the associated levels for automatic calibration Offset /kHz to the measured frequency in order to avoid measurements of spurious internal signals No of measurements to be read from the receiver , the last value will be taken to overcome AGC timing Clear the data taken so far Test run without external equipment The calibrated output value /dB The raw value read from the receiver If enabled, an SMG signal generator controlled via IEC bus can do a fully automatic calibration Measured and interpolated calibration curve

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11 FILES GENERATED BY SIOFST

Table 2: generated files SSSSS_SIO_DD_MM_YYYY_01.SIO SIO data file SSSSS = Station identifier DD= Day of measurements MM= Month of measurements YYYY= Year of measurements FST data file containing field strength data in 1 dB resolution SSSSS = Station identifier DD= Day of measurements MM= Month of measurements YYYY= Year of measurements MP3 Audio file SSSSS = Station identifier FFFFF = frequency (kHz) UUUU= time of the recording (UTC) DD= Day of the recording MM= Month of the recording YYYY= Year of the recording Field strength data file SSSSS = Station identifier FFFFF = frequency (kHz) DD= Day of the recording MM= Month of the recording YYYY= Year of the recording Batch-file to be executed on Day 1 (Sunday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 2 (Monday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 3 (Tuesday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 4 (Wednesday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 5 (Thursday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 6 (Friday) Batch-file to be executed on Day 7 (Saturday) All Batch files reside in the DATA subdirectory under SIOFST program directory Batch-file called by DALLSEND.BAT to compress the measured data and send via EMAIL if enabled XXX = administration code D= day Zipped data for administration XXX. This data is send via EMAIL Backup of the Zipped data for administration XXX. Text-file where all actions and errors of SIOFST are logged Text file logging the activity from AUTORUN.EXE

SSSSS_SIO_DD_MM_YYYY_01.FST

SSSSS_FFFFF_UUUU_DD_MM_YYYY.MP3

SSSSS_FFFFF_DD_MM_YYYY.FFS

1ALLSEND.BAT 2ALLSEND.BAT 3ALLSEND.BAT 4ALLSEND.BAT 5ALLSEND.BAT 6ALLSEND.BAT 7ALLSEND.BAT

XXXDSEND.BAT

XXX00.ZIP XXX01.ZIP ­ XXX07.ZIP RUNERROR.TXT AUTORUN.LOG

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12 FILES USED BY SIOFST

Table 3: files used by the program SIOFST.EXE BASS.DLL GPIB.DLL LAME.EXE AUTORUN.EXE DEVICEXX.CAL DEVICEXX.CFG RECEIVER.CFG BATCH.SAM POSTIE.EXE SIOFST.EMA SIOFST.FRQ SIODMAI.PAR SIOTARG.PAR UNZIP.EXE ZIP.EXE SIOCLIE.PAR SIOFCOL.PAR SIOCCOL.PAR SIOVIEW.EXE SIOVCOL.PAR SIOVCFG.PAR RUNERROR.TXT SIOFST.DUP Executable program Runtime module for MP3 Playback Runtime module for IEC-Bus controlled receivers DOS runtime program for MP3 compression Program for remote auto start of the SIOFST program Data file for calibration factors of receiver XX Configuration file for receiver XX General program configuration Sample batch file DOS runtime program for sending EMAIL EMAIL configuration for sending EMAILS Active schedule Default EMAIL parameters CIRAF to target conversion parameters DOS unzip program DOS zip program EMAIL parameters of the clients Column width parameters for SIOFST main screen Column width parameters for SIOFST EMAIL screen Viewer program for measured data Column width parameters for SIOVIEW Configuration file for SIOVIEW LOG file of the SIOFST program Dialup setting for EMAIL send and receive

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12.1 DESCRIPTION OF FILE CONTENTS

SIOFST.EXE file type WIN executable SIOVIEW.EXE file type WIN executable AUTORUN.EXE file type WIN executable LAME.EXE file type DOS executable POSTIE.EXE file type DOS executable RASDIAL95.EXE file type DOS executable UNZIP.EXE file type DOS executable ZIP.EXE file type DOS executable Executable measurement program

Executable viewer program

Executable program for remote operations

DOS Program for MP3 conversion

DOS Program for EMAIL operations

DOS Program for EMAIL dial up operations

DOS Program to unzip files

DOS Program to zip files

DEVICEXX.CAL Calibration data for receiver xx file type text example: 0 ,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,4 0,5 ,6,...................... DEVICEXX.CFG Configuration file for receiver XX file type text 100,"MESSVERZOEGERUNG" 10,"FST MESSVERZOEGERUNG" "DEV10","DEVICE ADRESSE" 10,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 20,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 30,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 40,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 50,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 6,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 10,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 14,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 18,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 22,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 0,"KORREKTURFAKTOR FADING (0)" .2,"KORREKTURFAKTOR NACHBARKANAL (.2)" 0,"KORREKTURFAKTOR option" " ","INIT NUL" 2,"com port" "4800,n,8,1" 6075,"testfrequency" 0," max AGC" 0," min AGC" 0," offset AGC"

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RECEIVER.CFG General configuration file type text example: 900,"MESSVERZOEGERUNG" 40,"FST MESSVERZOEGERUNG" 5,"NACHBARKANALOFFSET" 0,"TESTLAUF OHNE EXTERNE GERATE" "NUL","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 0" "EK070 IEC","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 1" "ESH3 IEC","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 2" "WINRADIO","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 3" "EK070 COM1","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 4" "NRD COM1","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 5" "EK890 COM1","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 6" "AOR7030","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 7" "RACAL","DEVICE BEZEICHNUNGEN 8" "DEV10","DEVICE ADRESSE" 3,"NR DES EMPFAENGERS" 2,"MAXIMALZAHL DER EMPFAENGER(not used)" 10,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 20,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 30,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 40,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 50,"S-WERT TABELLE (10 20 30 40 50)" 3,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 6,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 9,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 12,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" 15,"O-WERT TABELLE (8 16 24 32 40)" .8,"KORREKTURFAKTOR FADING (0)" .3,"KORREKTURFAKTOR NACHBARKANAL (.2)" .1,"KORREKTURFAKTOR option" 50,"ZAHL DER FST-MESSUNGEN (10)" 1,"ZAHL DER MESSUNGEN PRO FREQUENZ (10)" 15,"FADING GRENZWERT (15)" 30,"ABSPEICHERINTERVAL (30)" 1,"soundcard (0) or URE (1)" 40,"ANZAHL DER NF-MESSUNGEN (10)" 10,"ZAHL DER NACHBARKANALMESSUNGEN (5)" " ","INIT NUL" "I2:W8:R1:B+00:C00:D0:H1:","INIT EK070 IEC" "RC0, A1, B1, D3, N1, O1, SF00, TS.01, SF01","INIT ESH3 IEC" " ","INIT WINRADIO" "I2W2R1B+00C00D0H1","INIT EK070 COM1" "H1","INIT NRD COM1" "I2 I1 R3 D00 W60","INIT EK890 COM1" " ","INIT AOR7030" " ","INIT RACAL" 0," NUR FST(1) NORMAL(0)" 1,"SA measurement (0) (1) (2)" 1,"sound NrMessPerFreq" 1,"init sounddevice" 5,"recording /sec" 0,"enable recording" 2,"com port" "1200,N,8,1" 0,"target check" 0,"target check" 1,"target check" 1,"target check"

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0,"target check" 0,"target check" 0,"target check" 0,"target check" 0,"target check" 0,"target enable" 6075,"testfrequency" 0," max AGC" 0," min AGC" 0," offset AGC" "c:\layer3\winplay3.exe"," mp3player" "TEST1"," Station" 0," Bandscan" SIOCLIE.PAR EMAIL address info file type text example: " 1","RAI","none","none","ok","1234567" " 2","NZE","none","none","ok","1234567" " 3","CAI","none","none","ok","1234567" " 4","TIR","none","none","ok","1234567" " 5","NHK","none","none","ok","1234567" " 6","RBU","none","none","ok","1234567" " 7","POR","none","none","ok","1234567" " 8","FIN","none","none","ok","1234567" " 9","ISL","none","none","ok","1234567" " 10","PAK","none","none","ok","1234567" " 11","MOS","none","none","ok","1234567" " 12","ISR","none","none","ok","1234567" " 13","HRV","none","none","ok","1234567" " 14","KUW","none","none","ok","1234567" " 15","TDF","none","none","ok","1234567" " 16","RCI","none","none","ok","1234567" " 17","SRI","none","none","ok","1234567" " 18","BEI","none","none","ok","1234567" " 19","AIR","none","none","ok","1234567" SIOCCOL.PAR file type text example:

405 615 2625 1935 960 840

Column width for EMAIL screen

SIODMAI.PAR file type text example:

[email protected] [email protected] UPDATE RECEIVER

Default EMAIL setting

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SIOFCOL.PAR file type text example: 585 615 555 735 1455 1155 1350 900 330 375 375 375 585 480 465 525 525

Column width for main screen

SIOFST.EMA Saved EMAIL settings file type text example: " 1","ARD","none","none","ok","1" " 2","DTK","none","none","ok","1" " 3","RBU","none","none","ok","1" " 4","RMP","none","none","ok","1" " 5","UZB","none","none","ok","2" " 6","CRI","none","none","ok","2" " 7","VOR","none","none","ok","2" " 8","RAI","none","none","ok","2" " 9","TRT","none","none","ok","3" " 10","VAT","none","none","ok","3" " 11","RNW","none","none","ok","3" " 12","IRB","none","none","ok","3" " 13","ERA","none","none","ok","4" " 14","YFR","none","none","ok","4" " 15","IBB","none","none","ok","4" " 16","TWR","none","none","ok","4" " 17","DWL","none","none","ok","5" " 18","BBC","none","none","ok","5" " 19","ERU","none","none","ok","5" " 20","RRS","none","none","ok","6" " 21","RRO","none","none","ok","6" " 22","RBP","none","none","ok","6" " 23","ALR","none","none","ok","7" " 24","RDP","none","none","ok","7" " 25","RPR","none","none","ok","7"

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SIOFST.FRQ Active schedule file type text example: "0001","2400","06060","RAI","","","347","1" "0001","0458","17675","NZEALAND","","","347","1" "0201","2400","12050","CAIRO","","","347","1" "0301","0800","06100","TIRANA","","","246","1" "0401","2200","07175","RAI","","","347","1" "0401","2200","09515","RAI","","","347","1" "0431","0700","15355","NHK","","","347","1" "0501","0600","05975","NHK","","","347","1" SIOMAIL.PAR EMAIL setting for email access file type text example: "mailto.nexgo.de" "[email protected]" "[email protected]" "SIO measurements DWL01:" "SIO MEASUREMENTS DEUTSCHE WELLE" SIOTARG.PAR file type text example: 01,na 02,na 03,na 04,na 05,na 06,na 07,na 08,na 09,na 10,ca 11,ca 12,sa 13,sa 14,sa 15,sa CIRAF- TARGET conversion

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BATCH.SAM file type text example: del %%%07.zip ren %%%06.zip %%%07.zip del %%%06.zip ren %%%05.zip %%%06.zip del %%%05.zip ren %%%04.zip %%%05.zip del %%%04.zip ren %%%03.zip %%%04.zip del %%%03.zip ren %%%02.zip %%%03.zip del %%%02.zip ren %%%01.zip %%%02.zip del %%%01.zip ren %%%00.zip %%%01.zip del %%%00.zip #zip -r -m %%%00 $$$ -x *.dir %%% # $$$

SIOFST log file

= placeholder for the admin code = add application path = placeholder for the directory under \DATA

RUNERROR.TXT SIOFST log file file type text example: 02-23-2002,11:59:22:START parameter: 02-23-2002,11:59:23:****************************************************** 02-23-2002,11:59:23:Manual START 02-23-2002,11:59:29:Selected RECEIVER: NUL 02-23-2002,11:59:29:NEW FILE 1 23-02-2002 02-23-2002,12:00:00:SAVING MEASUREMENTS... 02-23-2002,12:01:41:START parameter: 02-23-2002,12:01:42:****************************************************** 02-23-2002,12:01:42:Manual START 02-23-2002,12:01:44:Programm STOPPED 02-23-2002,12:01:44:****************************************************** 02-23-2002,12:01:44: SIOFST.DUP SIOFST dial up configuration file type text example: rem #rasdial95 "my dialup" user pass /RETRYCOUNT:3 #postie -host:host -to:address -from:sender -s:"Protocol" -msg:"PROTOCOL" -a:#runerror.txt #postie -host:host -user:user -pass:pass -pat:"siofstcmd" -extract:c:\siofst -rm rem #rasdial95 /disconnect REM disables the line # is a placeholder for the programs directory. To activate rasdial remove the "REM" at the beginning of the line. 4 lines are possible. The lines basically can contain any DOS command. First command line will be called at the beginning of each XALLSEND.BAT. 2. ,3. and 4. Lines will be called at the end of each XALLSEND.BAT. The second line could send a status report to the central operator The third line could be retrieving an email with a commando- or parameter file. The Email account will be checked for a file with the subject "siofstcmd". If such an Email is received , the attached files will be stored in the siofst's program directory and the mail will be deleted from the server. So every time the software sends out the data it looks for new instructions or parameters send via Email.

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13 REVISION HISTORY

Version 3.6.7 Initial distributed version Version 3.6.8 Change in colour presentation of SIO distribution. Version 3.6.9 Included dial up support files Added field strength measurements every 5 minutes to be displayed separately. Version 3.7.1 Added remote control via Email and send "runerror.txt" back to control center Version 3.7.2 Added support for global deletion of an administrations data Added support to merge FRQ-files Version 3.7.3 Added new SIO algorithm (mode 3) Added input of audio buffer size Version 3.8.0 Reduced processor load Handling of remote command "REBOOT" Version 3.8.1 Generating additional Batch procedures to re-send the email Version 3.8.2 Support for IC-PCR 1000 added Version 3.8.3 Support for TENTEC 220 added Version 3.8.4 New audio monitoring routine Version 3.8.5 Separate recording time possible for each entry Version 3.8.6 Audio-measurement routines optimized for different sound cards Version 3.8.7 Computer can be operated in local time zone ,e.g. internal calculation of UTC Version 3.8.8 Correction of day of week function. Was wrong after leap Year.

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14 TABLES

Table 1: Receiver types........................................................................................................................................... 7 Table 2: generated files ......................................................................................................................................... 27 Table 3: files used by the program ........................................................................................................................ 28

15 PICTURES

Picture 1: program screens ...................................................................................................................................... 4 Picture 2: Hardware configuration .......................................................................................................................... 5 Picture 3: Setting up sound level............................................................................................................................. 6 Picture 4: Directory structure .................................................................................................................................. 7 Picture 5: batch files................................................................................................................................................ 8 Picture 6: update email settings............................................................................................................................. 11 Picture 7: update batch files ................................................................................................................................. 11 Picture 8: waiting for the start............................................................................................................................... 12 Picture 9: waiting for the end of the interval......................................................................................................... 12 Picture 10: main screen SIO information.............................................................................................................. 13 Picture 11: main screen FST information ............................................................................................................. 14 Picture 12: main screen additional information .................................................................................................... 15 Picture 13: enter schedule data.............................................................................................................................. 16 Picture 14: target selection .................................................................................................................................... 17 Picture 15: start/stop the program ......................................................................................................................... 17 Picture 16: Main menu A ...................................................................................................................................... 18 Picture 17: Main menu B ...................................................................................................................................... 18 Picture 18: Main menu C ...................................................................................................................................... 19 Picture 19: Main menu D ...................................................................................................................................... 19 Picture 20: Main menu E ...................................................................................................................................... 19 Picture 21: Main menu F....................................................................................................................................... 20 Picture 22: Schedule analysis................................................................................................................................ 20 Picture 23: invoke configuration........................................................................................................................... 21 Picture 24: Configuration screen general .............................................................................................................. 21 Picture 25: configuration screen receiver specific ................................................................................................ 22 Picture 26 : configuration screen SIO assessment................................................................................................. 23 Picture 27: invoke EMAIL configuration ............................................................................................................. 24 Picture 28: Email screen ....................................................................................................................................... 24 Picture 29: invoke calibration ............................................................................................................................... 26 Picture 30: calibration screen ................................................................................................................................ 26

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16 INDEX

1ALLSEND.BAT ...................................... 8, 11, 27 2ALLSEND.BAT ...................................... 8, 11, 27 adjacent channel............................................... 3, 13 adjustment .............................................................. 6 alignment.......................................................... 6, 19 antenna ................................................................... 5 AOR7030 ..................................................... 5, 7, 31 AUTORUN.EXE ....................................... 9, 28, 29 BASS.DLL........................................................... 28 batch files ............................................. 8, 11, 20, 24 BATCH.SAM ................................................ 28, 35 calibrate the receiver ............................................ 26 calibration factors........................................... 26, 28 DEVICEXX.CAL .................................... 26, 28, 29 DEVICEXX.CFG .......................................... 28, 29 EMAIL......4, 8, 9, 11, 20, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34 fading ......................................................... 3, 13, 14 frequency........................................ 3, 15, 16, 19, 27 FTP......................................................................... 9 GPIB.DLL............................................................ 28 HFCC ......................................................... 3, 16, 18 IEC bus .................................................................. 7 IEC-Bus ............................................................... 28 LAME.EXE ................................................... 28, 29 measurement interval ........................................... 12 MP3.......................................................... 27, 28, 29 NUL ........................................................... 7, 29, 31 PACK.CMD........................................................... 9 parameter...................................................... 8, 9, 13 POSTIE.EXE ................................................. 28, 29 RASDIAL95.EXE ............................................... 29 RECEIVER.CFG ........................................... 28, 31 RELOAD.CMD ..................................................... 9 remote control ................................................ 5, 8, 9 RESTART.CMD.................................................... 9 RUN.CMD............................................................. 9 RUNERROR.TXT ....................................27, 28, 35 SAVE.CMD........................................................... 9 schedule ............................11, 16, 18, 20, 24, 28, 34 scheduler .............................................................. 11 signal strength .............................................3, 13, 14 SIO........................................................3, 13, 27, 34 SIOCCOL.PAR.............................................. 28, 32 SIOCLIE.PAR ............................................... 28, 32 SIODMAI.PAR.............................................. 28, 32 SIOFCOL.PAR .............................................. 28, 33 SIOFST.DUP ....................................................... 28 SIOFST.EMA ................................................ 28, 33 SIOFST.EXE ................................................. 28, 29 SIOFST.FRQ ............................................11, 28, 34 SIOMAIL.PAR .................................................... 34 SIOTARG.PAR ............................................. 28, 34 SIOVCFG.PAR.................................................... 28 SIOVCOL.PAR ................................................... 28 SIOVIEW.EXE.............................................. 28, 29 Start the measurements ........................................ 17 Stop the measurements ........................................ 17 STOP.CMD............................................................ 9 storage............................................................ 15, 16 subdirectories ................................................... 7, 20 subdirectory ......................................7, 8, 11, 16, 27 target .............................................16, 17, 28, 31, 32 Target................................................................... 17 unzip .............................................................. 28, 29 UNZIP.EXE................................................... 28, 29 wanted channel .............................................. 13, 14 zip .............................................................28, 29, 35 ZIP.EXE......................................................... 28, 29

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