Having a lot of fun using soundmodem and Easyterm on HF packet. Thanks so much !
I'm trying to set up SoundModem. When I put in the COM port, it automatically keys the COM port and puts the radio in TX. I've tried it on two different computers with the same results. Running Vista
Very good job !
Perhaps can you plan a support for the DMK-URI interface ; the PTT part of it needs some code.... hi
I have used your excellent packet software in a different way. I was looking a fast transfer program to transfer data from a PC to another using just an audio cable and no other hardware. It works!
The software modem is something I was looking for a long time as the cost of TNCs was prohibiting. Real packet radio in an easy and straight forward way and at no cost! Many congratulations.
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Hi Andrei, thanks for this software as my last remaining windows xp pc's are failing. I have been using a KP3C Tnc. This is the perfect solution that will allow me to carry on using Packet.
It's such a great mode. I'm now using my Signalink usb interface to switch my radio.
I wonder if there is a way of using the software with the KPC3 with a serial to usb adapter.
Something to be investigated.
Hi Andrei! Thank-you again for all your help on the packet setup.
I wanted to stop by and sign your guest book.
I am on PSK31 once in awhile. Maybe we can connect there some day.
Thank you for your great work
Johan, I sent you an e-mail
Hi Andy, ok what else can go wrong? I followed http://n4ser.org/2016/soundcard-winlink-2-uz7ho-replaces-agwpe/
When I reconnect my TNC-X I can connect to the RMS gateway, so that is working. De communication just sounds strange on the other radio using one of my soundmodems. I'm trying to get this working for ARES coomunications, not everyone owns a TNC-X
Since the "Calibration tool" always use a soundcard in stereo mode and you can hear only "channel B" I assume that the sound interface use another (swapped) channel for output. You are right that the RMS-Express use a first port (AKA "channel A") for operations, but "Single Channel Output" option emulates "pseudo-mono" mode, so it does not matter which port in use since the data will be transmitted to both channels simultaneously.