Advanced Stand Alone Prediction System (ASAPS 5)
The IPS Advanced Stand Alone Prediction System (ASAPS) allows the prediction of sky wave communication conditions in the HF (High Frequency) and low VHF (Very High Frequency) radio spectrum or short wave band (1 to 45 MHz). It is based on an ionospheric model developed by IPS Radio and Space Services of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and ITU-R / CCIR models (Rec. ITU-R P.533-8, Rec. ITU-R P.372-8 and CCIR Report 322).
ASAPS V5 is an application, designed for Pentium-based Personal Computers with the Microsoft Windows Operating System (Windows 95 or higher). A minimum of 32 MB of RAM and 50 MB of hard disk space are necessary, and SVGA video is highly recommended. To run the new Area Predictions, you will need a Pentium 233 or better to provide adequate performance, because of the large number of calculations involved.
ASAPS Version 5.4 is compatible with 32- and 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system. If you encounter any problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ASAPS Version 5.4 - released April, 2009
- What is new in ASAPS V5?
- Introduction to ASAPS V5 (PDF)
- Download demo version
- ASAPS tutorial (PDF)
- ASAPS kernel
- History of ASAPS versions
- Patches and problems
- Terminals as a read only file
For further details, please contact email@example.com.
Current tables of T-indices are provided for use with ASAPS.