Project: ARTEMIS

artemis new logo - CopyWHAT IS ARTEMIS?

ARTEMIS 2 is a useful aid for radio listeners: it allows to compare real-time spectra (from SDR waterfall for example) with those found in archives by comparison of the properties (such as frequency, bandwidth, modulation …) and verifying it through a sample image. A variety of filters allows you to narrow your search, facilitating the identification of unknown signals.

Look at the screenshots. Try it. ARTEMIS is a freeware tool!


ARTEMIS main DataBase is generated from (By

DOWNLOAD: Artemis 2


  • Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32/64 bit)
  • .NET Framework 4.6

Version: 2.1.0
ZIP: 4.2 MB
OFFLINE DataBase:  manual download

MD5: 0aa1132c5724fc353d368d66d5d74317
SHA1: 75ecec86e1a0f191dc3ed64150513a2beb3f1fb7



Autocorrelation Function (aka ACF)


REMEMBER: Your help with bug reporting, suggestion or comments is essential to Artemis development


ARTEMIS v. 2.1.0, Copyright © 2014-2016 Dalla Tiezza Marco (WWL: JN56XK / Rocca Pietore, BL)

ARTEMIS is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International License.To view a copy of this license, click HERE or send a letter to:

Creative Commons,
444 Castro Street, Suite 900,
Mountain View, California, 94041



  1. Hi,

    this looks like a *very* useful tool.

    Do you consider publishing the source on github?



  2. Hi, i try to download Artemis since several days, both with Firefox and Internet explorer, both up-to-date versions. Fails. Please check it! Thanks, cc

    • Hi Christoph,
      I tried it now and it seems to be perfectly working. No problems were found on server availability or in links redirection (no broken links founded). What is your specific error?

  3. Captain Nemo

    seen your v.2.00

  4. Thanks. A veryuseful software.

  5. Hi ,
    Avira report unwanted file TR / Confuser.4303872 and locking the program.
    We have the same problem?
    73 Mauro

    • Hi Mauro,
      i have bitdefender and a deep scan of exe file + libraries detects no problem. So, now I tried to do a scan with multiple anti-virus from the result show me that some Antivirus software detect ConfuserEX as a malware…not true, it is clearly a false positive: i use this program to compact the .exe and include all necessary libraries in a single file.


      So do not worry. Add software exe to the exceptions as long as the developers of your anti-virus solve the problem. I remain at your disposal for any queries.


      • Now 10 out of 56 antivirus report it as a virus, not only AVAST:

        Avast Win32:Malware-gen 20151002
        Avira TR/Confuser.4303872 20151002
        ESET-NOD32 a variant of MSIL/Packed.Confuser.J suspicious 20151002
        K7AntiVirus Trojan ( 004b89791 ) 20151002
        K7GW Trojan ( 004b89791 ) 20151002
        McAfee Artemis!3EDD79ED7AA8 20151002
        McAfee-GW-Edition Artemis!3EDD79ED7AA8 20151002
        Qihoo-360 HEUR/QVM03.0.Malware.Gen 20151002
        Rising PE:Malware.RDM.36!5.2A[F1] 20151001
        Sophos Generic PUA CM (PUA) 20151002

        This does not look good….

        • Hi man,
          thanks for your news. I’m using ConfuserEx to merge a lot of libraries into only one executable file. I searched a lot about this mess: malware detection is due to a flase positive as explained by the author of the software:

          “You can refer to #17 for a previous discussion on the issue of false positive. In short, since many malware author uses ConfuserEx to protect their malware from anti-viruses, the AV vendors just detects the whole family of protection methods used by ConfuserEx as harmful. I can’t really think of a way to permanently fix this issue at the moment. My best advice would be consult your AV vendor and ask them about whitelisting your application.”

          For now, I changed the software to implement various libraries. ILmerge is a certified Microsoft software and there is no false positive detection of the archive with the major brands of antivirus.


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