An Open-Source Control Utility for the Rockwell-Collins 95S-1 Receiver
COMQUEUE.ASM .... RS-232 real-mode ISR
COMQUEUE.BIN .... RS-232 real-mode ISR
COMQUEUE.MAK .... Makefile for RS-232 handler
DOS4GW.EXE .... 32-bit DOS extender
EXE2BIN.COM .... Utility to create comqueue.bin
M.BAT .... Batch file to rebuild
MAKER.EXE .... Real-mode MAKE utility
MEMORY.TXT .... Example memory bankfile
ML.EXE .... Assembler for comqueue.asm
R1.BAT .... Talk to 95S on COM1
R2.BAT .... Talk to 95S on COM2
RCVR.CPP .... C++ source for control app
RCVR.EXE .... Watcom receiver executable
RCVR.MAK .... Watcom makefile
RCVR.OBJ .... Linkable .OBJ file
RTM.EXE .... Borland loader utility
TLINK.EXE .... Borland Turbo Link
Download current release (V1.00 of 26-Apr-05)
- If your system has an unusually-long MS-DOS path (common in development environments), the DOS/4GW DOS extender will crash at startup time. You can launch R1.BAT and R2.BAT instead of RCVR.EXE to work around this bug.
- The zipfile contains all of the older Borland and Microsoft utility programs needed to build the real-mode portion of the control application. The main RCVR.CPP file is compiled and linked with Open Watcom C++ (http://www.openwatcom.org/). Open Watcom is a very robust and capable multiplatform C/C++ compiler package, and may be freely downloaded.
- In compliance with the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, all 95S receivers released to the US civilian market are restricted from accessing the 823-849 and 868-894 MHz frequency ranges unless an FRT (Frequency Restriction Table) password is issued. For liability reasons, this public code release does not include the FRT password. Email me at the address below for more details.
Released into the public domain 26-Apr-05 by John Miles, KE5FX
Please contact email@example.com with feedback and enhancements
Code compiled with OpenWatcom (http://www.openwatcom.org) C++
No warranties, expressed or implied, are offered with this program.
Use at your own risk!