Andrei, thanks for providing the EasyTerm program. Is there a place where I can get the full line item details of the TERM.INI configuration file? Would really appreciate it.
HI..HAPPY NEW YEAR..
Greetings. I'm new to this and want to try and get into packet. I've got 2meter radio,and a pakratt pk-232mbx. Also have acer AZ3-615 w/windows8. Is this adequate to get started,or do I need something else. Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Happy Holidays!73.
Hi, has anyone succeeded in decoding BPSK 1200bd? i.e. a sample from funcube http://pa3weg.nl/funcube/recordings/FUNcube%20EM%20recording%20-%20Strong%20signal.mp3
2. have I the same question as James, AE7TF, about the [+++] thing.
Thanks a lot.
Using SoundModem V0.97b for APRS and every time I put a "C" in my beacon's comment line, SoundModem sees it as "ÛC" and sends it out as such. It does not happen with lower case c.
We are now using your soundmodem instead of a TNC box at our WINLINK RMS HB9AK-1, offering 5(!) different modulations simultaneously on the same TRX. There are 3 instances of soundmodem running.
We are very satisfied with the performance and reliability of your SW. Thank you very much for making it available to the HAM community.
i like your web page looking for information on the mag loop? cheers Alf de vk2gap.
Thanks for the excellent program EasyTerm and Soundmodem.
Perhaps there is the possibility to make another function in EasyTerm, namely, that it is possible a file which is constantly renewed in the PC (for example, always the current weather from an automatic weather station) is available to all. When retrieving, the stored file (text file) must always be taken.
73 de Peter, OE5RPP
I want tell about 4PSK100 FEC
Could you tell me, how I have to do receiving part step by step.
I'm using SoundModem 0.97b and have some questions:
1. In the monitor window, with a received packet, there is a [+++] after the received time stamp. Sometimes the +'s are -'s or #'s. What is the meaning of the various characters?
2. In the Settings:Devices window, there are settings for TX Rotation, Single channel output and Stop waterfall on minimize. I don't see on other sites consistent recommondations for these settings. Does Stop waterfall just reduce the CPU load when the window is minimized? What does TX Rotation do?
Thank you, James