Ham Radio Digital Modem Application
Fldigi is a modem program for most of the digital modes used by radio amateurs today: CW, PSK, MFSK, RTTY, Hell, DominoEX, Olivia, and Throb are all supported. It can help calibrate a sound card to a time signal and do frequency measurement tests. NOTICE: You must proceed to the Files section to locate the correct fldigi, flrig etal download for your particular operating system. Do not blithely use the big green Download button! Use the "Files" menu item or the "Browse All Files" link.
Weak signal ham radio communication
The WSJT project currently includes five programs designed for amateur radio communication using state of the art digital techniques. Typical applications include meteor scatter, EME ("moonbounce"), and QRP communication at HF. Summary Program Descriptions: WSJT: Modes JTMS, FSK441, ISCAT, JT6M, JT65, JT4, Echo, CW. Optimized for meteor scanner, ionospheric scatter, and EME at VHF/UHF/Microwaves. WSJT-X: Modes JT65, JT9. Primarily for use at HF. MAP65: For EME an VHF and higher frequencies. Implements a panoramic, polarization-matching receiver for JT65. WSPR: Probe potential propagation paths using low-power transmissions. WSPR-X: Experimental version of WSPR, including the slow mode WSPR-15. Source code is maintained here SourceForge. For installable end-user packages please go to the WSJT web site at the link below.
Opensource frimware for platforms based on some SoC (Realtek RTL8186 - Wive-NG, Realtek RTL8671B/RTL8671BH/RTL8672 - Wive-NG-DSL, Ralink RT3050/RT3052 - Wive-NG-RTNL, MT7620/MT7621 - Wive-NG-MT) WIVE FIRMWARE IS FREE FOR THE NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY. Conditions of commercial use non GPL (or other not viral license) components are discussed individually. For a more detailed discussion please mail me. News and changes in Russian: http://wive-ng.sf.net Bug report please send to sfstudio[at]mail.ru
Real time satellite tracking and orbit prediction
Gpredict is a real-time satellite tracking and orbit prediction application. Gpredict can track an unlimited number of satellites and display the data in tables and various graphical view.
Library to control radio transceivers and receivers
The Hamlib project's purpose is to develop flexible and portable shared libraries that offer a standardized API to control any radio oriented equipment through a computer interface.
Software defined radio for Linux and Mac
Gqrx is a software defined radio receiver powered by GNU Radio and the Qt GUI toolkit. It can process I/Q data from many types of input devices, including Funcube Dongle Pro/Pro+, rtl-sdr, HackRF, and Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) devices.
Build Systems for WSJT Applications
JTSDK is a pre-configured collection of open source cross platform development frameworks, Gnu tools, libraries and custom written scripts designed to ease compiling WSJT applications and documentation from source code. WINDOWS APPLICATIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------- * JTSDK-QT.......: WSJT-X, WSPR-X and MAP65 * JTSDK-PY........: WSJT and WSPR * JTSDK-DOC....: All WSJT Documentation * JTSDK-MSYS..: General Compiling LINUX APPLICATIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------ * JTSDK-Nix.......: WSJT, WSJT-X and WSPR
Client software for users of the Automatic Packet Reporting System amateur radio network.
An impressive early implementation of TCP/IP
Mirror directly approved by Phil Karn, KA9Q. The KA9Q NOS TCP/IP package began life way back in 1985 on a surplus Xerox 820 computer board running CP/M with a 4 MHz Zilog Z-80 CPU, 64KB of RAM and a 8" floppy drive holding all of 243KB. Later, it moved to the IBM PC with the 8088 and 80286 CPUs running MS-DOS. KA9Q NOS was only the second known implementation of the Internet protocols for low-end computers. Unlike PC/IP, KA9Q NOS could simultaneously act as an Internet client, a server and an IP packet router, and handle multiple client and server sessions. KA9Q NOS attracted many contributors and became widely used throughout the 1980s and 1990s in amateur packet radio and various educational projects. In a way, it was the Linux of its day. KA9Q NOS became the basis for several low-end commercial dialup terminal servers and routers. It influenced the development of the Internet protocols and implementations, including the Linux kernel.
A cross platform Python frequency scanning GUI for rtl-sdr
A cross platform Python frequency scanning GUI for USB TV dongles, using the OsmoSDR rtl-sdr library. In other words a cheap, simple Spectrum Analyser. More information can be found at: http://eartoearoak.com/software/rtlsdr-scanner An installer and standalone versions for Windows are located here: https://github.com/EarToEarOak/RTLSDR-Scanner/releases Sources are available on GitHub: https://github.com/EarToEarOak/RTLSDR-Scanner ** The up to date installer is no longer maintained on this site and can now be found at https://github.com/EarToEarOak/RTLSDR-Scanner/releases **
The Ground Station Software Suite projects aims at providing free, useful software tools for ham radio operators. Currently, this projects hosts the Grig communication radio control.
Software Defined Radio for Global Online Listening
Skywave Linux is a 64 bit live system providing installed and configured software for accessing software defined radio servers locally and on the internet. With this operating system, a person may tune shortwave broadcasts, amateur radio, aeronautical, maritime, or other signals received at remote servers around the world. SDR software is configured for popular devices, such as the RTL-SDR dongles, Softrocks, Hermes, and other radios. Skywave Linux is a 64 bit system built over Ubuntu Linux, and may be installed on a bootable USB stick, SD card, DVD, or hard drive.
Ubuntu Linux remastered for Amateur Radio users
This is a remastered version of Ubuntu Linux. There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions available. This version contains a lot of amateur radio software including Fldigi, NBEMS, Gpredict, earthtrack, xcwcp and qrq, XLog and cqrlog, flrig and grig, xnec2c, fl_moxgen, aa-analyzer, owx, VOACAP, glfer, Xastir, gqrx, gEDA, GNU Radio Companion, quisk, direwolf, linamc, FreeDV, wsjt-x, Micro-Fox 15 Config, and a TinyTrak3 configuration program. Version 21 has been updated to match Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS. 32-bit users only: If you had trouble with graphical logins in Version 21, please try Version 21a. This software collection uses the icewm window manager with menus customized for Amateur Radio use. It is designed to be light weight to run on older computers, while still having modern functionality. Recommended: 1GHz CPU, 1GB memory, and 10-15 GB disk space at an absolute bare minimum (SDR applications will require more).
A software gps simulator, providing TCP/IP, UDP, http and serial port connectivity in NMEA 0183, XML or user defined output format. Usable for testing all kinds of GPS applications. Can playback pre-recorded GPS files with NMEA output.
Qtmm is a simple AFSK1200 decoder that uses the computer's sound card for input. It can be used to decode packet radio, APRS and telemetry from amateur radio satellites.
Minos is a VHF contest logging program, together with a collection of programs to assist with station and site operation.
Open source libraries and utilities to support using digital signatures for Amateur radio QSL information.
EchoMac: A Program for MacOS X to connect to the Echolink Amateur Radio network
Convert text to International Morse Code. Input is ASCII text. Output can be: - . -..- - on the console, raw 8bit PCM suitable for piping to /dev/audio, .wav files or even (mp3|ogg). Good for headlines on your MP3 player or code practice.
Multiplatform Ham Radio APRS and Mapping Program
NOTE: Code commits are FROZEN on SourceForge: New code is now at <http://github.com/Xastir/Xastir>. Real-time tracking & messaging of stations via radio/internet APRS data streams, w/125 map formats supported. Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris/MacOSX/Windows in any of 7 languages. Can also be used for mobile mapping w/GPS. MAILING LISTS ARE AT: PROJECT->WEB SITE.
Translate RSS/Atom and Twitter into Morse, send Morse from Key/Mouse
Two programs: (1) MorseNews sends news from one or more RSS, Atom, or Twitter feeds as Morse code, and (2) MorseKeyer, an iambic/bug keyer with mouse & serial key/paddle. Both play CW or sounder audio and drive external sounder, loop, or ham rig.
Remote industrial terminal indicator to the control of Modbus-RTU on A
Remote industrial terminal indicator to the control of Modbus-RTU on Atmega128. Publication of "MODBUS on a leash. Remote industrial indicator. - Radiolybitel, Minsk, 2009, № 7, p.46" (series of articles http://radioliga.com). Project for IAR.
Digital operating for Ham Radio on ARM Single board computers.
Ham ARM Linux - Digital operations mainly focused on AX.25 using packet modems. This project is about making the ARM single board computers come to life for Ham Radio in a controlled and structured way, so operators can learn the ins and outs of packet radio. There will be an image for each supported board, and a set of shell scripts to help the user to configure their system simply and properly. HAL hopes to cut out the days of circular searching on the internet for how to get a simple packet system running! Initial offering will result in a fully functional one or two radio AX.25 packet system, and optionally a Net/ROM port, Uronode, AxMailFax, and the venerable FBB BBS system, all supported by the Direwolf sound modem software. Later APRS support and application choices will also be added.
PowerSDR-sr40 is a branch of PowerSDR (www.flex-radio.com) and adds features for use with a SoftRock40 Radio. It is a near Zero-IF Quadrature Software Defined Radio (SDR). Features includes; TX capabilities, IQ sample correction, Dual Soundcard support.
MSHV Amateur Radio Software
MSHV Amateur Radio Software. Developed by LZ2HV - Christo mail: email@example.com Supported working modes: MSK144 JTMS FSK441 FSK315 ISCAT JT6M FT8 JT65 PI4 System Requirements: Microsoft Windows Xp, Windows 7 32 or 64 Bit, Linux Fedora 15 32Bit and Linux Fedora 19 64Bit. Compiling: MinGw recommended Tdm Gcc 4.9.2 thread model posix. QT4.8.6 library. IDE recommended QDevelop 0.29. All other libraries included inside the source. Acknowledgements to K1JT Joe Taylor and WSJT Development Group. The algorithms, source code, look-and-feel of WSJT-X and related programs, and protocol specifications for the modes FSK441, FT8, JT4, JT6M, JT9, JT65, JTMS, QRA64, ISCAT, MSK144, are Copyright © 2001-2017 by one or more of the following authors: Joseph Taylor, K1JT; Bill Somerville, G4WJS; Steven Franke, K9AN; Nico Palermo, IV3NWV; Greg Beam, KI7MT; Michael Black, W9MDB; Edson Pereira, PY2SDR; Philip Karn, KA9Q; and other members of the WSJT Development Group.