Since version 2.0 of the product released in late August 2006, CNR-Sim has been enhanced with a number of key features:
Addition of MuLaw-8bit encoding for audio streams providing a significant cut in network bandwidth requirements and allowing interoperability with other radio products using this algorithm.
Automatic decoding of incoming audio streams enabling the software to receive audio streams in not only the sent format, but any combination of PCM-8, PCM-16 and MuLaw-8.
Support for concurrent transmission of audio signals. CNR-Sim will decode audio from multiple source simultaneously for playback.
CNR-Log replay was improved for Linux and Windows platforms.
CNR-Log, the flexible CNR logging and replay tool now bundled with CNR-Sim.
New network layer allowing for Broadcast, Multicast or point to point communication
Single and bi-directional ports for all communications