AOR Scanner for AOR AR-DV1

A great Scanner needs great Software

The new AR-DV1 is the first software defined receiver to receive and decode virtually all popular digital modes.

It’s frequency ranges from 100 kHz up to 1300 MHz and stunning specifications.


General features (to be expected from any Scanning Software)

  • This App can be used to fully control the AOR AR-DV1 using the USB Cable
  • Easy maintenance of the 2000 Memory Channels and Search Banks in a spreadsheet style interface
  • Record and playback from/to SD-Card
  • Scan in all three different scanning modes (VFO, Memory, Search Bank)
  • Maintain Pass frequencies
  • All settings (LCD Contrast, Sleep Timer etc.) are available from inside the App
  • Several Frequency tuning options (Visible Tuning wheel, mouse drag/drop, mouse wheel, direct Frequency input)
  • Analog S-Meter
  • You can power the Scanner on and off
  • Basically everything you need to control the Scanner without even touching it
  • Copy / Paste between all sections, even with multiple selection
  • Supports all available modes such as AM, FM (WFM/NFM), SSB (USB/LSB), CW, D-Star, DMR, dPMR, DCR, YAESU, ALINCO, T-DM, SAH/SAL, P25...

In addition, the App has features that are unique and really needed

  • Graphical Band-Plan (see where HAM Radio, Broadcasting, Marine etc. are located)
  • Graphical Frequency display (see CB, Airtraffic HAM Radio channels)
  • Graphical S-Meter level display (scope)
  • Graphical Frequency tuning
  • All of this for all three VFOs at the same time
  • Click to add any Frequency to a separate "Collection" list for later reference
  • Comes with pre-defined band maps, already covering common frequency ranges for all kind of services
  • Comes with more than 15 frequency lists (CB Channels, HAM Repeater, Aviation, Freenet, LPD, PMR, FRS, US Business channels, Coastguard, Railroad, Weather Services, Wireless Microphone and more)
  • All of that can also be amended, added using an easy to use user interface so you can maintain your own Band and Frequency lists
  • Directly supports RADIOREFERENCE.COM files and many others
  • jump from any Frequency on any list, which causes the VFO to tune to that frequency and set the correct modes

Comes with more than 15 pre-defined frequency lists

  • CB Channels
  • Aviation frequencies
  • Freenet, LPD, PMR, FRS
  • Ham Repeater
  • US Business channels
  • US Coastguard
  • US Railroad
  • Weather Services
  • Known Wireless Microphone frequencies
  • and more
These lists will be updated online. You can even maintain and import your own lists from RADIOREFERENCE.COM.

The Band Scope shows

  • Frequency at the bottom
  • Currently tuned frequency (yellow line)
  • Usage of a certain frequency range/band (red bars)
  • Channel or usage of a certain frequency (white lines at bottom
  • Signal Level (white bars at top)

Easy frequency Tuning

You can tune to the desired frequency in many different ways:

  • By using the Band Scope and moving the yellow frequency indicator
  • Double-clicking somewhere on the Band Scope
  • Using a graphical Tuning Wheel
  • Using the mouse scroll wheel
  • Direct Frequency entering
  • Keyboard up/down keys