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Pocom, Poly Electronic, Bassersdorf, Switzerland
Decoder for CW (morse code) and radioteletype signals

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überarbeitet am 23.7.2010

The Swiss company Poly Electronic, located at Bassersdorf ZH, did produce high end automated decoders for various radioteletype modes:

AFR-1000 (1984?):
CW, Baudot, ASCII, AMTOR/SITOR/FEC, automatic speed and shift recognition
AFR-2000 (1984):
Baudot, ASCII, AMTOR/SITOR/FEC, automatic speed and shift recognition;
display via external monitor, Bedienungsanleitung Pocom AFR-2000
AFR-2010 (1984):
CW / morse code (module not integrated in standard AFR-2000, otherwise identical appearence), Baudot, ASCII, AMTOR/SITOR/FEC, automatic speed and shift recognition;
display via external monitor; modules for special RTTY protocols can be added as an upgrade.
AFR-8000 (1985?):
CW, Baudot, AMTOR/SITOR/FEC, automatic speed and shift recognition;
integrated LCD display wit htwo lines of characters; otherwise identical to AFR-2010, upgradeable with modules for special radioteletype modes.

I got the permission from Poly-Electronic, Bassersdorf, to provide the users manual of the POCOM decoders here, download for private use and at Your own risk, not for resale. With compliments to Poly-Electronic.

The developer Mr Christian Kesselring does still produce high end decoding and surveillance equipment, his own company Wavecom, hes been founded in Hohentengen (Germany) in 1985 and is located at Swiss Bülach since 1991. Contemporary radioteletype equipment consistes of a computer interface with software decoding nowadays.