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== so2sdr ==
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[http://code.google.com/p/so2sdr/ so2sdr] is a ham radio contest log program that features a software-defined radio (SDR) bandscope. The program is written using Qt and is dual-platform, running in Linux and Windows.
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Revision as of 08:16, 24 May 2012

Applications/Screenshots

Contents

CatBkt

CatBkt is a multi-rig CAT control program for Windows (or Linux/Wine). Developed by Mauro, IZ2BKT.

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CQRLOG

CQRLOG, an advanced ham radio logger based on Firebird database. It provides radio control based on Hamlib, DX cluster connection, QRZ callbook (web version), a grayliner, ON6DP QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRlog is strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance. Developed by Petr Hlozek, OK2CQR and Martin Kratoska, OK1RR.

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dfhLog

dfhLog is a Ham Radio Logbook written in Gambas2, which can import and export ADIF files, show statistics, print labels and QSLs, etc. It uses hamlib to control radios and xplanet to plot spots from clusters on maps. It can also use custom maps to keep track of Maidenhead Locators worked on all bands. Developed by Jesus Guardon EA7DFH.

Dream DRM receiver

Dream, an Open-Source Software Implementation of a DRM-Receiver (and transmitter).

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fldigi

Fldigi is an advanced digital communications program for HF, including support for CW, DominoEX 4, DominoEX 5, DominoEX 8, DominoEX 11, DominoEX 16, DominoEX 22, Feld-Hell, FSK-Hell, FSK-Hell 105, MFSK-8, MFSK-16, MFSK-16 pix, PSK-31, QPSK-31, PSK-63, QPSK-63, PSK-125, QPSK-125, OLIVIA various tones and bandwidth, RTTY various Baud Rates, Shifts, Nbr of data bits, etc., Throb-1, Throb-2, Throb-4, ThrobX-1, ThrobX-2, ThrobX-4, WWV Receive only - sound card calibration, and Frequency Analysis. Provided by David, W1HKJ with community contributions. A companion fl_logbook program is available.

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gMFSK

gMFSK, A Gnome Multimode HF Terminal by Tomi Manninen OH2BNS.

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Gpredict

Gnome Predict is a real time satellite tracking program for Gnome, based on the tracking engine of John Magliacane's excellent satellite tracker Predict. It is developed by Alexandru Csete, OZ9AEC.

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Grig

Gnome RIG is a graphical user interface to the Ham Radio Control Libraries (version 1.1.2 or later), written using the Gtk+ and Gnome widgets. It is developed by Alexandru Csete, OZ9AEC.

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gsat

gsat is a graphical client program to predict, which is a satellite tracking and orbital prediction program.

Norvald Ryeng (LA6YKA) and Thomas Ingebretsen (LA9ERA) wrote a first patch for predict and a second patch for gsat. The patch to gsat adds two plugins: radio_rigctld and radio_rotctld. These plugins allows gsat to control any rotator and radio supported by Hamlib.

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HamFax

Starting from version 0.7, HamFax, a QT/X11 application for sending and receiving facsimiles in amateur radio, is able to make use of Hamlib for triggering the transceiver when transmitting.

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HDSDR/Winrad

HDSDR (former WinradHD) is the High Definition Software Defined Radio program for Windows. For controlling / using a receiver directly, you need to install the receiver's ExtIO DLL, designed by Alberto di Bene (I2PHD), that can be downloaded here.

KLog

KLog is a Ham radio logging program for KDE. It features DXCC award and IOTA support, importing and exporting from/to TLF, ADIF, supports DX-Cluster, etc. KLog is developed by Jaime Robles, EA4TV.

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Ktrack

Ktrack is an KDE3 satellite prediction software, especially suited for radio amateurs operating through the satellites that are providing linear transponders. It can control the uplink/downlink of your transceiver(s). Ktrack is developed by Luc Langehegermann, LX2GT.

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MALog

MALog is TF3MA's Tcl/Tk logging program.

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PropNET

PropNET is an ad-hoc 2-way (and potentially, "more-way") RF-based digital communication network whose activity is reported on the Internet. As participating stations periodically ID and exchange data, they report their activity to an Internet data-collection hub for propagation tracking. PropNETPSK is a Windows application.

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PSKmail

PSKmail is a narrow-band mail delivery system for use by amateur radio hams via short wave (HF) communication. PSKmail is developed by Rein, PA0R.

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pyrime

Pyrime is a Rig Memory Editor written in pyQt4.

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qle

The qle is a QSO Logger and log Editor for amateur radio operators who use the Linux operating system. Written in Perl/Tk for personal use in rag-chewing, DX-ing and casual contesting, 'qle' has logged 5000+ QSOs over the past few years. 'qle' is developed by Wilbert, ZL2BSJ.

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RadioCorder

Recently announced on the Hamlib Developer mailing list, RadioCorder, is a scheduling, recording, and playback application for shortwave listening on Win32.

Version 2.0 Release Notes

  • Uses HRD DDE protocol, SpectraVue or HAMLIB depending on which mode you select via Setup or INI file.
  • It can sync a HAMLIB controlled radio with Spectravue for SDR.
  • Schedule is editable for both recordings, monitoring or transmitting events.
  • Schedule has look ahead capability.
  • Built in Support for controlling parallel or serial port.
  • VOX capability.
  • QSL export in .jpg file.
  • Recording Path is redundant.
  • Built in player for the recorded MP3.
  • Player has the ability to playback half the speed to easily identify transmissions.

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SDR-Shell

SDR-Shell is a GUI for the DttSP Software Defined Radio (SDR). It has been hacked to make SDR-Shell work for IF applications in radios that Hamlib can interface to.

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SGControl

Smart Gnome Control provides a graphical user interface to multiple communications receivers using the Hamlib library. Right now, it is in alpha stage, but you can check it out from the CVS repository. Smart Gnome Control is developed by Mark J. Fine.

so2sdr

so2sdr is a ham radio contest log program that features a software-defined radio (SDR) bandscope. The program is written using Qt and is dual-platform, running in Linux and Windows.

Soundmodem

Soundmodem is a software turning a standard PC soundcard into a packet radio "modem". The whole signal processing is done on the main processor CPU. The PTT control can be done through Hamlib.

Tlf

Tlf is developed by Rein Couperus, PA0R. Hamlib is used here to get the rig's frequency and track dx spots when logged in to a DX-cluser. Tlf is a contest logging program with networking support, partially based on TRLOG (but much better of course).

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Tucnak

Tučnak is a VHF+ contest logbook. It was inspired from TACLog. Tučnak can control antenna rotators, and report frequency.

Xdx

Xdx, a DX-cluster client for linux which uses the rigctl binary to set your rig's frequency when double-clicking on a dx-spot. Developed by Joop Stakenborg, PG4I.

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Xlog

Xlog, a logging program for linux, which uses hamlib to retrieve power, frequency, mode and signal strength while logging. Developed by Joop Stakenborg, PG4I and Stéphane Fillod, F8CFE.

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WSPR

WSPR, the "Weak Signal Propagation Reporter", implements a protocol designed for probing potential propagation paths with low-power transmissions. WSPR 2.0 introduces rig-control. Developed by Joe Taylor, K1JT.

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DBLog

DBLog, DBLog is a logging program for radio amateurs based on a relational Data Base, using Gambas2. Developed by Pino, ZP4KFX.

Others?

Do you know of an application which uses hamlib, or is something missing from this page? Send a mail to the hamlib developer mailing list.

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