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decode magstripe (pcm) data in wav file to readable format

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I need a software that would decode a magetic card .wav or .bin audio files into numbers and characters and display the result in a human readable format. The required data is embeded in the audio files and need to be extracted. The files also contain lots of noise and [url removed, login to view] files maybe interrupt swipping,sw must combine data and give me real data . i know some people use some sw for clear noise and repair file before decoding witw goldwave , audacity and etc......



Looking for an ALREADY WORKING software basically capable of:

1) Decoding magnetic stripe binary data (5-bit, 7-bit-8bit) recorded in waveform (PCM uncompressed)
2) Supporting interrupted swipe recordings, in other words, WAV recordings with gaps/silence

If you have experience in Aiken Biphase/F2F decoding algorithms and have a working solution, sample WAV files will be provided.

1) Decoding magnetic stripe binary data recorded in audio format file .
2) Supporting interrupted swipe recordings, in other words, audio recordings with gaps/silence
I need a software that would decode a magetic card .wav or .bin audio files into numbers and characters and display the result in a human readable format. The required data is embeded in the audio files and need to be extracted. The files also contain lots of noise and gaps. Windows is my first choice
only professional [url removed, login to view] :when project finish we will check together and i will release payment.
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