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Dan Rasmussen : 24.01.2022 12:11
Hi Anrei, My name is Dan Rasmussen and I am an American amateur radio enthusiast currently in Ukraine. I am out of practice but have used packet radio in the past for a near space balloon project (with only a 300 mW transmitter). https://makezine.com/projects/near-space-balloon-cam-with-arduino-and-aprs-radio/ My call sign is KB1NJW. Sadly I have not been on the air in years. I am quite interested in getting packet radio working while I am here in Ukraine as an emergency backup means of communication should there be an unexpected interruption in standard comms. Unfortunately I do not have much in the way of equipment. I would need a modem and a small rig. I have windows and macintosh laptops available to me (along with windows and Linux VMs on my mac). I am Kyiv and will be here until mid march probably. Can you put me in touch with someone in Kyiv that may be able to help me find the equipment. Used is fine. As I understand it, I am able to get permission to get on the air in Ukraine. Do you have any information on how I may be able to do this?
Joe : 20.01.2022 21:30
Hello again Thank you fir soundmodem. Really love it. May be repeat question but can soundmodem be used with lan-link to replace external modem. Thank you Joe. w7ep
ANTONIO : 29.12.2021 15:01
Hola Andrei. Muchisimas gracias por tu programa que ya utilizo hace mucho tiempo. visita mi WEB y me conoceras mejor: http://ea2ab.ure.es. 73 y QRV 29-12-2021 14:00
KO4HYC : 24.12.2021 20:40
Does SoundModem work on Windows 11?
it9dac : 22.12.2021 15:35
Come disistallare il soundmodem27 ?
Lot : 14.12.2021 07:43
I am using the CM108 USB soundcard and I can't find the PTT HID device on the EXT Settings. Nothing comes up on the drop down. I already have the PTT.dll file. The USB CM108 soundcard works on Vara-FM and PTT works but not on the UZ7HO soundmodem. We are promoting Packet Radio in the Philippines and CM108 USB soundcards are the ones mostly available and easy to modify. Any help will be very much appreciated. 73 de Lot / k6irf Mabuhay!
Duane N6DMR : 6.12.2021 03:20
Enjoying the Soundmodem program. I am getting an occasional message that the AGW Port is already active. My work around is to close my APRSISCE program and set the Soundmodem device to a different audio connection and then close Soundmodem. After I open Soundmodem again, I can set the device to my USD Audio Codecs and then open APRSISCE. Am I missing a setup step to prevent this happening?
Thomas Gerbig : 11.11.2021 13:55
Thomas, eMail> fr.gerb@gmx.de Hallo Liebe Funk-Freunde, (2 languages, German-English 2-sprachig, Deutsch-Englisch) Aufbau eines Packet-Radio-Projekts im CB-Funk Als ehemaliger Marinefunker vor mehr als 40 Jahren (den Beruf als solches gibt es heute kaum noch), der mit Transistoren und analogen Elektronik sein Dasein fristete, hänge ich derart in der heutigen digitalen Physik hintendran, dass ich gerne die Hilfe der jüngeren Generation annehme, die mit der "Digitalisierung" groß geworden. Nun flammt auch mir das Interesse wieder auf und bereite mich auf die „FuA-Lizenz“ (Radio-Licence) nächste Jahr vor. Zur Sache: Ich versuche gerade einem neu aufgeflammten, teils aus alten Mitgliedern bestehende CB-Funk-Verein zu helfen, ein Packet-Netz aufzubauen. Die wollen das alten Packet-Radio wieder haben. Doch die "alten Dinger" sind in der neuen Hardware so nicht mehr verwendbar. Die TNX bzw TNC erfordern einen RS232 Anschluss, da via USB so kein Interrupt auszulösen scheint (ich hoffe habe das so richtig erkannt). Deshalb suchen wir die Anbindung von der Soundkarte zum Funkgerät, ohne zu wissen, ob eine galvanische Trennung noch nötig ist. Oder ein Modul via USB und eine sehr simple Software (Windows, Linux), die jeder Laie „idiotensicher“ versteht, so wie einst beim alten PR (z. B. Graphik-Packet). Könnt Ihr da uns Helfen? Wir wären für jede Hilfe dankbar. Habe ich eine Möglichkeit, hier Mitglied zu werden? Hello dear radio friends, (2 languages, German-English) Construction of a Packet-Radio-Project in CB-Radio As a former marine radio operator more than 40 years ago (the profession as such hardly exists today), who eked out an existence with transistors and analog electronics, I am so behind in today's digital physics that I gladly accept the help of the younger generation who grew up with "digitalization". Now my interest flares up again and I am preparing for the "FuA-Licence" (Radio-Licence) next year. To the matter: I try to help a newly flared up CB radio club, partly consisting of old members, to build up a packet network. They want the old packet radio back. But the "old things" are no longer usable in the new hardware. The TNX or TNC require a RS232 connection, because via USB so no interrupt seems to be triggered (I hope I have recognized this correctly). So we are looking for the connection from the soundcard to the radio without knowing if a galvanic isolation is still necessary. Or a module via USB and a very simple software, which every layman understands "idiot-proof", like once with the old PR (e.g. graphics package). Can you help us? We would be grateful for any help. Do I have a possibility to become a member here? Greetings Thomas
basd : 26.10.2021 18:04
Hi, Thanks to the great software you provide. I have a question, maybe someone had similar problems. I can work easily with soundmodem, but hs_soundmodem only works (connection establish) with manchester 1200. I think it might be an bandwidth issue, the sample rate is 48 kHz but it seems to me like there is a limitation of approx 4-5 kHz I observed on two PCs. I tried to change the filter settings but without luck. I also tried the on baord sound and a USB soundcard but also did not work for some reasons. Anyone solved that or has a Packet 4800 running ?
Beppe i3lpo : 16.10.2021 18:44
Dear Andrei, I am using your HS_saundmodem prg at 2400 Bd manchester with pleasure and satisfaction. Really beautiful. I would be interested in using it on Raspberry, do you think it is possible? Thanks again!!! Beppe I3LPO
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