09.02.2016 PROCITEC GmbH

Increased ease of use and optimized workflow

CMAS 2000 Version 3.2 and PROCEED Version 4.2

Result Viewer

CMAS 2000 Result Viewer:
Keep track of everything! Sort, group and filter results

Simplify and speed up your pre-evaluation of results. Streamline your workflow by an individual and optimum result structuring.

Customized sorting and grouping
With CMAS 2000 Version 3.2 you can structure and group results in line with your needs. Result groups may be metadata such as: modulation type, procedure type, acquisition times, symbol rates, etc., or even signal content.

If the available sorting and grouping functions are not adequate just create your own scripts for customized workflows and sorting with Python Scripting. For this purpose, CMAS has an integrated Python development environment with direct connection to the software.
Example: Structuring according to signal content (voice, Morse, data) and modem or modulation

Extended filter functions and flags
In addition to the available standard filter functions, now entirely customized filters are applicable. Using syntax-led SQL input, the user creates complex filters and applies them to the results. These filters can of course be saved and reloaded.

Additionally, you can create flags (e.g. new, unprocessed, processed, etc.) to mark and highlight results. You can also filter your results with the help of such flags.

CMAS 2000 and PROCEED:
Listen to digitally broadcasted speech signals instantly

Alongside listening to analogue audio (AM, LSB, USB, FM) live, also live listening to digitally broadcasted speech is possible with the new releases (Option PMR Decoder is necessary). In real time it can be live listened to, even during a signal recording.
Signals with digitally broadcasted speech content (Vocoder) can be monitored first-hand. Moreover, you can use this in order to monitor in advance whether an automatic production of a frequency is of interest or not. The audio signal is saved even while it is being monitored. Thus, live monitored signals can be reworked retrospectively.

Choosing the channel
Depending on the transmission method, simultaneously up to 4 communication channels are transmitted per frequency. You can choose the channel to be monitored. Additionally, you can also monitor all channels simultaneously; which works perfect if voice traffic is low.

There are of course many additional new features, improvements and bug fixes in CMAS 2000 V3.2 and PROCEED V4.2.

  • New decoder (e.g. D-Star)
  • New procedure classification (e.g. Tetra)
  • Several improvements in classification, detection and decoding

A complete list of all new improvements and changes can be found here: