New port of BeqMoni availible

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New port of BeqMoni availible

Post by Conor Whyte » 21 Feb 2020, 18:38

Just thought I'd let everyone know that BeqMoni has had an update done (unofficially) to it. It now allows for serial communication to AtomSpectra MCA hardware.

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Re: New port of BeqMoni availible

Post by ColoRad-o » 24 Feb 2020, 10:52

Link? I rooted around to no avail, briefly.
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Re: New port of BeqMoni availible

Post by Conor Whyte » 24 Feb 2020, 19:15

Yes, sorry.... I got sidetracked on something and forgot the link.
BqMoni was de-compiled by Syph3r and MadMax --> both members of a Russian radiation detection forum--
It is also "supposedly" capable of being turned into a universal MS Visual project 2019 app for compatibility on ARM64, something that I tried --albeit without much success

link here:
https://drive.google.com/open?id...Gu2HH3-KHGhSmPBG

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Post by iRad » 25 Feb 2020, 00:56

Conor - The link does not work...
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Re: New port of BeqMoni availible

Post by Sesselmann » 25 Feb 2020, 11:55

Hmm..

Has anyone checked the source code for viruses?

If this is not coming from the original author I would be reluctant to install it.

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Re: New port of BeqMoni availible

Post by Conor Whyte » 25 Feb 2020, 15:37

This is actually been complied by both MadMax and Syph3r, members of the gamma spectroscopy groups.io.... I have both scanned the compiled app and compiled the code via visual studio here and there are no viruses.
The code was released by the author in Japan to Syph3r of Atom spectra ( in Russia) so that they could get their new ARM based spectrometer up and running. BeqMoni has been ported out as an open project now for updates to .NET and keep up to date with new architectures.
The original author apparently is happy to have it be in the hobbyist domain provided his name is on it and it is not used for commercial purposes.

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