acfax allows you to receive faxes using your sound card. Typically you might use it to decode faxes sent over HF radio or from satellites.
Aldo is a morse code learning tool which provides four type of training methods: blocks, koch, file, callsign. Blocks: Identify blocks of random characters played in morse code. Koch: Two morse characters will be played at full speed (20wpm) until you'll be able to identify at least 90 percent of them. After that, one more character will be added, and so on. File: Identify played characters generated from a file. Callsign: Identify random callsigns played in morse code.
AMPRnet RIPv4 Listener and route injector daemon, used for participating in the amateur radio 44/8 AMPRnet gateways tunnel network. It updates IPIP tunnel routes based on incoming RIP updates from a master server.
Antennavis is a visualization toolkit designed to aid the user in better understanding the data output by the NEC2 antenna modelling software.
aprsdigi is a repeater for the Automatic Position Reporting System, APRS. It also includes aprsmon, a one-way gateway to APRS on TCP/IP.
Aprx is an APRS specific Digipeater and iGate. It supports multiple KISS-TNCs on serial ports and listening to any kernel AX.25 network interfaces. . Additional features include a built-in "erlang-monitor" to analyze activity level of radio channels. . This software requires a valid (and unique) ham radio callsign to operate fully and is therefore useful mainly for licensed radio amateurs.
This package provides specific user applications for hamradio that use AX.25 Net/ROM or ROSE network protocols: * axcall: a general purpose AX.25, NET/ROM and ROSE connection program. * axlisten: a network monitor of all AX.25 traffic heard by the system. * ax25ipd: an RFC1226 compliant daemon which provides encapsulation of AX.25 traffic over IP. * ax25mond: retransmits data received from sockets into an AX.25 monitor socket.
These are hamradio specific tools for setting up and configuring hamradio ports that use AX.25 Net/ROM or ROSE network protocols. . This package is created separately for those who want to install tools that need X to run.
These are hamradio specific tools for setting up and configuring hamradio ports that use AX.25 Net/ROM or ROSE network protocols. . This package is created separately for those who do not want to install tools that need X to run.
This package provides utilities to download a message list or messages from a fbb AX.25 bbs: . * axgetlist - read the message list from the BBS * axgetmail - automatically download messages from the F6FBB BBS * axgetmsg - download selected messages from F6FBB BBS * home_bbs - find home BBS or force a home BBS for the callsign * msgcleanup - delete the messages with their lifetime exceeded * ulistd - collect FBB BBS messages list sent via unproto frames * update_routes - update the database of BBS and callsigns
axMail provides a simple low-overhead user interface, similar to /bin/mail, xNOS and other packet BBS systems. It's useful for providing good SMTP mail services for AX.25 users over slow radio channels.
This package provides drivers for the baycom epp packet radio modem designed by HB9JNX. . This was used for AX25 packet communication over Amateur Radio. . Note that the upstream for this package has vanished so there is no Homepage: here and no debian/watch file.
This package provides drivers for the baycom usb packet radio modem designed by HB9JNX. . This was used for AX25 packet communication over Amateur Radio. . Note that the upstream for this package has vanished so there is no Homepage: here and no debian/watch file.
Canadian Ham Exam uses the official question bank from Industry Canada and allows aspiring hams to practice the section of their choice as they are learning the material for the exam. . It requires a copy of the question bank, which can be downloaded free of charge from the Industry Canada website: . http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/025.nsf/eng/h_00004.html . Both the basic and the advanced exams are supported, in English and French.
CHIRP is a free, open-source tool for programming your amateur radio. It supports a large number of manufacturers and models, as well as provides a way to interface with multiple data sources and formats. . CHIRP can handle data in the following formats: - Comma Separated Values (.csv) - Comma Separated Values generated by RT Systems (.csv) - EVE for Yaesu VX-5 (.eve) - Kenwood HMK format (.hmk) - Kenwood commercial ITM format (.itm) - Icom Data Files (.icf) - ARRL TravelPlus (.tpe) - VX5 Commander Files (.vx5) - VX7 Commander Files (.vx7) . Most popular modern amateur radios are supported by CHIRP via their interface cables.
Colrconv is a modified version of VA3DP's ttylink client. In addition to the basic split screen session it gives you color and sound support plus some line editing capabilities, a scroll buffer and a status line. Also the default port is changed to 3600 (convers).
Comptext is used to compare two text streams. It's comparison function uses a linear-programming technique. It computes total number of errors, the character error rate (CER) and the bit error rate (BER).
Comptty is used to compare two RTTY streams. It's comparison function uses a linear-programming technique. It computes total number of errors, the character error rate (CER) and the bit error rate (BER). Special attention is given to SHIFT and UNSHIFT to account for an error occurring in that character.
CQRLOG is an advanced ham radio logger based on MySQL embedded database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, HamQTH/QRZ callbook (XML access), a grayliner, internal QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRLOG is intended for daily general logging of HF, CW & SSB contacts and strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance. . This package contains the architecture-independent data files.
CQRLOG is an advanced ham radio logger based on MySQL embedded database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, HamQTH/QRZ callbook (XML access), a grayliner, internal QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRLOG is intended for daily general logging of HF, CW & SSB contacts and strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance.
CubicSDR is a cross-platform Software-Defined Radio application which allows you to navigate the radio spectrum and demodulate any signals you might discover. It currently includes several common analog demodulation schemes such as AM and FM and will support digital modes in the future. . CubicSDR uses SoapySDR to access SDR hardware and thereby supports all hardware for which a SoapySDR module exists.
The CuteSDR application's primary purpose is for spawning custom applications or for educational use. It is NOT a full featured program as it is purposely kept simple in order for developers to more easily spin off their own applications. A further goal was to use only the stock functionality of Qt ie no libraries or special drivers. This limits CuteSDR to using only a network connection. The main gui and framework is written by Moe Wheatly, AE4JY. . CuteSDR itself has only a network interface and will directly support the RFSPACE NetSDR and SDR-IP radios. The siqs_ftdi and SDRxxServer applications (packaged separately) provide network interfaces to RFSPACE USB devices.
Cwdaemon is a small daemon which uses the pc parallel or serial port and a simple transistor switch to output morse code to a transmitter from a text message sent to it via the udp internet protocol.
CWirc is a plugin for the X-Chat IRC client to transmit raw morse code over the internet using IRC servers as reflectors. The transmitted morse code can be received in near real-time by other X-Chat clients with the CWirc plugin. CWirc tries to emulate a standard amateur radio rig: it sends and receives morse over virtual channels, and it can listen to multiple senders transmitting on the same channel. Morse code is keyed locally using a straight or iambic key connected to a serial port, or using the mouse buttons, and the sound is played through the soundcard, or through an external sounder. . Note that CWirc doesn't do any morse decoding: it simply transmits and receives morse code timing events. A standard IRC user on the same IRC channel you're transmitting morse on will only see coded lines when morse code is transmitted. Only other CWirc users can receive what you send.
D-RATS is a communications tool for D-STAR amateur radio low-speed data (DV mode). It provides: Multi-user chat capabilities; File transfers Structured data transport (forms); and Position tracking and mapping.
This plays a DAB and DAB+ audio service – either from a received live transmission or from a stored ensemble recording (frame-aligned ETI- NI). Both DAB (MP2) and DAB+ (AAC-LC, HE-AAC, HE-AAC v2) services are supported by DABlin.
Dire Wolf is a software "soundcard" modem/TNC and APRS encoder/decoder. It can be used stand-alone to receive APRS messages, as a digipeater, APRStt gateway, or Internet Gateway (IGate). It can also be used as a virtual TNC for other applications such as APRSIS32, UI-View32, Xastir, APRS-TW, YAAC, UISS, Linux AX25, SARTrack, and many others.
DMRconfig is a utility for programming digital radios via USB programming cable. It can read and write codeplug, configuration and contacts from and to the radio. Various TYT, Baofeng, Radioddity, Anytone, BTECH, Zastone and Radtel radios are supported.
DSDcc is a digital speech decoder. Supported formats: . * DMR/MOTOTRBO: ETSI two slot TDMA standard. MOTOTRBO is a popular implementation of this standard. * D-Star: developed and promoted by Icom for Amateur Radio customers. * dPMR: ETSI narrowband FDMA standard. This is somehow similar to NXDN 2400 Baud rate mode. * Yaesu System Fusion (abbreviated YSF): developed and promoted by Yaesu for Amateur Radio customers partly inspired by gr-ysf. Voice full rate with SerialDV is not supported. . This package contains dsdccx, the command line interface.
ebook2cw is a command line program which converts a plain text (ISO 8859-1 or UTF-8) file (ebook) to Morse code MP3 or OGG audio files. . It automatically splits and numbers the output files by chapters. . For a detailed description, please refer to the man-page or the project website.