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Decode ALE Transissions On the Go!

Want to display ALE transissions, without using a bulky computer?

With this app, you can decode Automatic link establishment (ALE) MIL-STD-188-141B transmissions. ALE is the standard for automatically initiating and sustaining shortwave radio communications.

Just set it next to the radio's speaker, tune in an ALE frequency, and watch the decodes. Or for even better reception, use a pair of earbuds, plugged into the radio's headphone jack, rather than the internal speaker.

You can display all decoded packets, or have duplicates ignored, and concatenate data into one message.

You can save decoded ALE packets to a file to view later, or transfer to your computer via iTunes.

Buy your copy right now, and start decoding and displaying ALE transmissions in minutes.

Also for the iPhone!

Visit the ALE FAQ page for full details on how to use the app.

Are you looking for a technology or radio related iPhone/iPad app but can't find one that does what you want? Have an idea for an app that you'd like to see? Contact us at info@blackcatsystems.com!


Email your comments and questions to support@blackcatsystems.com

Last modified September 20, 2013