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02-12-2020 The highly anticipated AR5700D DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER is now officially released! It's our new high-performance analog & digital communications receiver for commercial and governmental applications. Check the brochure to discover what specifications and features have been improved, compared to the entry-level AR-DV1 receiver. *here*
01-16-2020 Decode digital signals from space!
Did you know that our AR-DV1, AR-DV10, AR5700D receivers, or the ARD300 external decoder, can allow you to decode D-STAR repeater voice signals directly received from a amateur radio satellite downlink?
The following array of Cubesat satellites has been operational for a year or two:
D-STAR ONE iSat (Norad ID: 43879)
D-STAR ONE Sparrow (43881)
D-STAR ONE Lightsat (44393)
D-SATR ONE Exoconnect (44410)
They all use the same (voice) downlink frequency 435.525 MHz transmitted at 0.8-1.2W..
Real-time tracking information available at
www.n2yo.com will allow you to find out when those D-STAR satellites will cross your skies. With that information and providing you have a tracking antenna, our receivers can bring you a new and unique experience.
The official D-STAR ONE project website:
www.d-star.one
Have fun!
12-16-2019 New BETA firmware 1912A for the AR-DV10 DIGITAL RECEIVER brings you numerous exciting new features to try out during the holidays! Details *here*. Merry X-Mas!
10-23-2019 Video of the AR-DV1 Digital Voice receiver successfully decoding TETRA trunked traffic channels of a train station in Paris-France.
(The LCD shows the mode as being "T-VD" which once was a temporary name used for the present "T-TC" mode)
The same decoding can also be performed by the hand-held AR-DV10 Digital Receiver.
TETRA trunk decoding
10-18-2019 Photo of the AR6000 and AR-DV1 receivers being used by peace keeping forces in the Middle-East, for an effective interception and decoding of analog and digital signals. Two AR6000 and two AR-DV1 receivers are used side by side in a 19 inch rack, mounted on a military vehicle. The AR-DV1 receiver on the left is PC controlled via the DV1 MANAGER software made by www.pro-sic.fr .
AR6000 and AR-DV1 in the Middle-East
10-08-2019 Check-out this short video demonstrating the AR-DV10 Hand-held digital receiver being used during a COSPAS-SARSAT search and rescue training held by civil security. With AR-DV10 the search and rescue headquarters were able to precisely locate the distress beacon well before the team "in the field" using conventional methods.
The 406MHz COSPAS-SARSAT distress beacon signal decoder (displaying ID, coordinates, RAW) is a commercial option. To enable this feature on your AR-DV10 receiver, you can purchase an unlock key at
www.pro-sic.fr .
COSPAS
09-24-2019 [FR] Voici un article très intéressant paru hier dans le journal "La république de Seine et Marne", sur les récepteurs AOR et leurs applications dans le domaine de la recherche et le secours des personnes dans des lieux difficiles d'accès. Télécharger le pdf de l'article.
article la rep Site du journal "La république de Seine et Marne": https://actu.fr/la-republique-de-seine-et-marne/
09-09-2019 A very interesting use of the AR-DV10: Receiving voice communications from the downlink of a UHF satellite.
AR-DV10 Receiving voice communications from the downlink of a UHF satellite
Are you also using AR-DV1 and AR-DV10 in an unusual setup, or to receive unusual signals and would like to share it with us? Send your videos (max.1min) or pictures to mail@aorja.com, and we might publish it on our website for everyone's enjoyment!
09-05-2019 HAMFAIR 2019 report:
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who came to visit the AOR booth on August 31 and September 1, at the HAMFAIR exhibition in Tokyo.
AR-DV1 and AR-DV10 being now the number 1 selling digital receivers in Japan, this year we put the emphasis on AIRBAND & AIRPORT listening, under the topic "Make monitoring exciting again!".
As a matter of fact, TETRA's traffic channel decoding feature introduction on our AR-DV1 and AR-DV10 receivers, have caused quite a stir in the Japanese monitoring community, as never before it has been possible to listen to airport staff communications where Trunked TETRA is used. The airband enthusiasts can now not only listen to communications between aircrafts and the control tower in AM, but also to the exciting things happening inside the airport buildings and on the runway, via the TETRA mode!
As a local airport was only a couple of km away from the exhibition hall, visitors had the surprise to be able to listen to "live" T-TC signals at our booth, originating from that airport, just by using a telescopic antenna.
AOR booth at HAMFAIR2019
List of exhibited products:
07-11-2019 We are pleased to announce the release on July 31 of a new and exciting accessory for the AR-DV1 receiver!
AR-DV1 TAI (Tablet App Interface for iOS and Android)
Control the AR-DV1 and listen to the received audio, through your tablet's web browser!
Go to the product page.
07-01-2019 REPAIR POLICY UPDATED
We updated our repair policy on warranty repair, out of warranty repair and the latest list of Non-supported products.
Click here for further details.
06-21-2019 OFFICE RELOCATION
We are relocating to new business premises on July 1st, 2019.
Our new premises are at 426 West Taft Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
Our contact number remains the same.
Click here for further details.
04-17-2019 Addition of TRUNKED TETRA (traffic channel) decoding to the AR-DV10 firmware. Have fun!
04-03-2019 Have fun experimenting with your AR-DV10 receiver: Connect it to another (non-digital decoding) AOR receiver and use it as an external digital decoder! Details *here*.
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AR-DV1 TETRA review RADIOLIFE magazine 2019/03
AR-DV1's new trunked Tetra decoding feature has been reviewed in the Japanese RADIOLIFE magazine edition 2019/03. The English transcript can be downloaded
*here*. Courtesy of SANSAI BOOKS Ltd.
01-22-2019 AR-DV1 TETRA MODE SUPPORT
The AR-DV1 DIGITAL VOICE RECEIVER is now the world's first and only wideband receiver to decode traffic channels of trunked Tetra networks! Tetra is used worldwide by government agencies, emergency services, public safety, rail transport, metro, airports, etc... Speaking of airports, there is an official list of airports where Tetra is used, available on the Nippon Airport Radio Services website
*here*. The list is somewhat outdated; now it's up to you to power up your AR-DV1 DIGITAL VOICE RECEIVER and find out if your local airport uses Tetra or not. Enjoy the monitoring!
01-16-2019 The new firmware 1812C for AR-DV10 adds the following great features:
- Power-save mode
- Log recording and playback via a new PC utility.

Go to the firmware download page.
Last Update: 02-12-2020