program for operating PSK31/RTTY modes with X GUI
linpsk is a program for operating on amateur radio digital modes.
linpsk currently supports BPSK, QPSK, and RTTY modes,
and it provides an X user interface. linpsk's main features are:
- simultaneous decoding of up to four channels
- different digital modes may be mixed
- trigger text can be defined on each channel
- each channel can be logged to a file
- user-defined macros and two files for larger texts
- spectrum and waterfall displays, both scalable in the frequency domain.
At the Moment RTTY only supports 45 baud and 1.5 stopbits.
To build linpsk, untar the tar archiv and switch to the linpsk directory.
qmake -unix -o Makefile linpsk.pro
The executable linpsk is build in the bin subdirectory. Move the binary into prefered location , probably /usr/local/bin
LinPSK now uses the alsa sound system.
The names of the used alsa devices are LinPSK_Record and LinPSK_Play.
To map these names to your soundcard edit the fi
linpsk for Debian
The sound files for the "Demo" mode are not incuded in this distribution.
-- Bruce Walker <email@example.com>, Sun, 9 Dec 2001 22:32:01 -0500
Add example asoundrc file for appending to user's .asoundrc in home directory.
linpsk - amateur radio PSK31/RTTY program via soundcard
linpsk uses a soundcard to receive and transmit RTTY and
PSK31, an extremely narrow band HF-mode, using an X windows
GUI for keyboard QSOs. The package does not come with a man‐
linpsk (1.1-1.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Apply patch from Ubuntu / Matthias Klose:
Fixed wrong code for 'LF' in rttymodulator.cpp, Thanks to kf9a
'Home key' map
This package was debianized by Bruce Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 9 Dec 2001 22:32:01 -0500.
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