Projects / ToneTool


ToneTool is a J2ME application for generating various tones and selective calling sequences used in professional radio communication systems. By using a mobile phone, one does not need any external hardware encoder, tone dialer, or expensive radiotelephone. Currently supported modes are DTMF, Select-V, and 1750 Hz repeater tone.

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  •  21 May 2010 11:24

    Release Notes: This release adds an address book for DTMF (you can create predefined sequences, store them under arbitrary names, and load them at any time, a nice feature to keep all your EchoLink node numbers in one place), Morse code (transmit any text using Morse code sequences with configurable WPM speed; this is very experimental, as many phones (especially Nokia) have brain-damaged Java implementations), and a Select5 sequence which can now have up to 15 digits, including pauses (',' character pause duration is equal to a single tone duration time).

    •  30 Mar 2010 09:38

      Release Notes: Initial release.


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