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* [[Programming a tag for J2Chrono timekeeping purposes]]
* [[Programming a tag for J2Chrono timekeeping purposes]]
* [[Reader debug]]
* [[Reader debug]]
[[J2Chrono English|J2Chrono]] currently supports protocols used in
RFID-readers with ethernet, USB, or serial port. Developing
a new driver for a specific reader is easy.
The base software provides a framework to plugins and
abilities to manage competitor- and competition databases,
serial result (championship) databases, live internet
timing server [[ChronoLive English|ChronoLive]], printing layouts, and [[J2Chrono Plugins|a Plugin API]].
The timing process itself are run with separate time
station software [[ChronoFly English|ChronoFly]] which interacts with the reader unit,
thermal printers, light beam backup devices and
the result (server) software itself through wired
or wireless (wlan, gprs, sms) connection alternatives.
[[J2Chrono English|J2Chrono]] has a semi-public Java Plugin API so anyone are
able to write own scoring templates and plugins to
software, so there are no limits whether you are
skiing or driving motocross or enduro. We have also
many already excellent plugins (especially for motor sports)
which are shipped with our software.

Revision as of 06:39, 9 June 2018

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