The DiSTI Corporation, a global leader in human machine interface software development and creators of GL Studio, announces a graphical radio interface for Calytrix Technologies’ Combat Net Radio Simulator (CNR-Sim). Calytrix’ CNR-Sim is a low cost multichannel radio simulator for Windows or Linux based computers. Free CNR-Sim is a 2-channel version of CNR-Sim that Calytrix provides to users for free. DiSTI’s new interactive graphical radio is a free add-on for use with Free CNR-Sim and an example of what can be done with GL Studio.
DiSTI created the new radio panel with GL Studio, their award winning suite of interface design tools, to serve as the interactive controls for CNR-Sim’s new application programmer’s interface (API). The result demonstrates how customers could combine GL Studio content and CNR-Sim to simulate other specific radios.
“Users will enjoy graphical control of their simulated radio communications,” said Damon Curry, International Sales Manager for Calytrix Technologies. “Calytrix is very pleased to join with DiSTI in our combined free simulated radio offer.”
“The most often neglected element in a communication application is the human interface; but not this time,” said Scott Ariotti, DiSTI’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “With the combined solutions of Calytrix and DiSTI users can easily couple a high-end radio simulator to a compelling user interface.”
More information about Calytrix, CNR-Sim, and Calytrix’ other products is at www.calytrix.com.
More information about DiSTI, GL Studio, and DiSTI’s other products is at www.disti.com.