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This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
This package provides a command-line utility to test the hamlib library and to control transceivers if you're short of anything more sophisticated.
RIGCTL(1) RIGCTL(1) NAME rigctl - control radio transceivers and receivers SYNOPSIS rigctl [OPTION]... [COMMAND]... DESCRIPTION Control radio transceivers and receivers. rigctl accepts commands from command line as well as in interactive mode if none provided in command line. Keep in mind that more»
RIGCTL(1) RIGCTL(1) NAME rigmem - backup and restore memory of radio transceivers and receivers SYNOPSIS rigmem [OPTION]... [COMMAND]... DESCRIPTION Backup and restore memory of radio transceivers and receivers. rigmem accepts commands from command line only. Keep in mind that Hamlib is sti more»
RIGSWR(1) RIGSWR(1) NAME rigswr - measure VSWR vs frequency using hamlib SYNOPSIS rigswr [OPTION]... start_freq stop_freq [freq_step] DESCRIPTION rigswr uses Hamlib to control a rig to measure VSWR vs fre‐ quency: It scans frequencies from start_freq to stop_freq with step freq_step. For each fr more»
ROTCTL(1) ROTCTL(1) NAME rotctl - control more»
RIGD(8) RIGD(8) NAME rigd - Hamlib ri more»
ROTD(8) ROTD(8) NAME rotd - Hamlib ro more»
hamlib (1.2.5-8) unstable; urgency=high * Change pyversions to 2.4. * Install python modules in more»
This package was debianized by Terry Dawson <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sun, 24 Jun 2001 22:02:12 +1000 and more»