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Version 1.0.0.37 PC app released
3/30/2014
We have released version 1.0.0.37 of the PC app for interfacing to the Nukalert-ER via USB. The install and source files can be downloaded from Sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/nukalerter/. New features include:
  • A "Testing" mode to flag uploaded reports when using a radioactive test source
  • A secondary "central Reporting" host
  • A down-stream simple messaging mechanism for displaying messages from central reporting host

Version 1.0.0.35 PC app released
9/30/2013
We have released version 1.0.0.35 of the PC app for interfacing to the Nukalert-ER via USB. The install and source files can be downloaded from Sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/nukalerter/. This new version does better memory management and causes the app to have a smaller memory footprint.

Grains of salt analogy
8/28/2013
This week we set out to create a graphic (bar graph, etc) to illustrate the dynamic range of traditional geiger counters compared to the Nukalert-ER. We realized quickly that the billion-to-one range of our instrument could not be effectively illustrated in one or two dimensions. We arrived at the three-dimensional analogy of table-salt grains because it is so tangible. We were completely astonished, and had to check our math repeatedly, that our instrument's billion-to-one dynamic range is equivalent to one grain of salt in a 100 pound heap! Here is a PDF of the analogy.

Version 1.0.0.34 PC app released
8/15/2013
We have released a new version of the PC app for interfacing to the Nukalert-ER via USB. The install and source files can be downloaded from Sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/nukalerter/. This new version adds the ability to buffer data locally on its way to the web host in the event of a network outage. This is also the first version that is third-party signed so you don't get the scary "Unknown Publisher" message from windows when you install it.