Last Update: 11/19/2018 - My Email: email@example.com
ARRL - WA8KIM - N8HEE - QRZ - Echolink - IRLP - WIRES-X - YEASU - Broadcastify
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Here is a list of the Software I use:
WSJT-X - 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.
N3FJP's Amateur Contact Log - Very easy
and intuitive to use!
Tracking of Worked All States, Worked All Counties, Worked All Countries, DXCC, VUCC, Grids, Zones, IOTAs, Lighthouses and many other achievements.
The user interface is customizable! You can choose to display any of the data fields you want and decide where you want them. The DX Spotting window can now be set to any size you like! You can also change the font sizes of all the fields, lists and text boxes as well!
Includes a database of counties and countries.
Query by band, mode, or power level to easily track your accomplishments by individual and multiple criteria.
Lists previous contact details with the station currently being worked including name, dates of previous contact(s), QTH, etc. just by typing the call in the call field and hitting the Tab key.
A bearing and distance calculator from your QTH for DX contacts and grid squares.
Easily import data from our contesting software via ADIF Format.
Full support for standard Amateur Data Interchange Format (ADIF) import and export. Export your whole log or selected records in ADIF for applications such as eQSL and the ARRL's LoTW (Log Book of the World).
Easily manage your log and Logbook of the World (LoTW). ACLog will sign and upload your contacts to LoTW and download your confirmations from LoTW.
Upload QSOs directly to eQSL and Club Log.
Interfaces with most Elecraft, Icom, Kenwood, Ten Tec and Yaesu radios.
A Net Manager form, used for logging with multiple stations. Whether you are managing a formal net or just joining in on a casual round table, this form makes logging with a group quick and easy.
Provides DX spotting via Telnet, your packet TNC or AGW Packet Engine. Audio alert for needed spots.
Send keyboard CW via your comm port or WinKey and play wave files via your sound card.
Quickly print basic QSL label strips and address labels (does not support label printers and labels are not customizable through AC Log).
Interfaces with the QRZ and Ham Call Internet lookup services, as well as several free options.
Interfaces with many digital programs and other software via API including Fldigi, JTAlert, PSK Express and more!
Optionally display your call sign when the program loads!
Fully networkable! Whether you want to use AC Log for a DXPedition, or you just want to access your log from multiple PCs simultaneously at your home or club station, AC Log will support multiple clients updating a single database, just like my Field Day software!
MMRTTY - Radio teletype software
MMSSTV - Slow scan Television software
Digipan - DigiPan stands for "Digital
Panoramic Tuning" and brings the ease and simplicity of PANORAMIC reception and
transmission to PSK31and PSK63 operation. DigiPan provides a panoramic display
of the frequency spectrum in the form of an active dial scale extending the full
width of the computer screen. Depending upon the transceiver IF bandwidth, it is
possible to "see" as many as 40 to 50 PSK31 stations at one time. Low-cost
transceiver kits for 10 meters, 20 meters, 30 meters, 40 meters, and 80 meters,
the PSK-10, PSK-20, PSK-30, PSK-40, and Warbler (PSK-80), are available from
Small WonderLabs that make full use of DigiPan's panoramic capabilities through
the use of a 3000 Hz wideband IF.
All stations on the waterfall are now simultaneously decoded, and the callsign and text of each station is continuously shown on a separate multichannel display.
Ham Radio Deluxe - The Ham
Radio Deluxe Software Suite includes the following:
HRD Logbook is a feature rich ham radio logging software with powerful features for QSO logging, awards tracking, DX cluster, QSL card printing, integrated to rig control, and more.
If you're an extreme DXer, a DXCC fan, or enjoy casual DXing, Logbook is a real keeper; now with automated logging of JT65, JT9, and FT8 using WSJT-X, JTAlert, and/or QSO Relay. Solar weather tracking and greyline maps are included.
Automatic callsign lookup from QRZ callsign database (XML or CD), Hamcall (or CD), Callook.info, HamQTH, and QRZCQ.com. Wikipedia integration provides atlas information about DX countries. SWL support.
HRD Rig Control is a ham radio control software program for ham radios that has the appearance of being connected to a software defined radio (SDR); HF, VHF, UHF, radio control for all major radio manufacturers; integrated to QSO logging.
DM-780 is a digital modes software program that includes RTTY, PSK31, Morse code send/receive, and many more; integrated to QSO logging. Modes include CW, RTTY, PSK, QPSK, Contestia, DominoEX, Hell, MFSK, MT63, Olivia, Thor, and Throb. Control an unlimited number of transceivers, transmitters, or receivers simultaneously. DM-780 uses the same automatic callsign lookup that HRD Logbook uses.
HRD Rotor Control is a software program that supports most popular rotator controllers; turn automatically within Logbook; world map display
HRD Satellite Tracking is a software program that makes your 2-way satellite communications much easier and includes integrated rig control
Tracker - GridTracker is a companion program for WSJT-X. It listens to
WSJT-X or JTDX decodes and displays them on a map for Linux, Mac, and Windows .
Display on a large second monitor in your amateur radio club, hamfest or as a demonstration in a classroom. Everyone gets excited when they can see what you’re doing!
Realtime Traffic Decoding to world map.
Audio / Visual / Text-to-Speech Alerts on Callsign, DXCC, CQ Designator, Grid and more.
ADIF Log parsing
QSO log reporting / uploading
QRZ.com , HamQTH, CALLOOK and QRZCQ.com Callsign lookups
Band and Mode filtering
Complete DXCC, Country, Callsign Prefix recognition
Band activity from PSK-Reporter
Maidenhead 4 and 6 wide views
CQ and ITU Zone parsing from QSOs
Worked All Continent and Worked All States parsing
Contest Map Overlays
100% offline mode available for field-day use.
UDP Multicast message support
UDP message forwarding
State / Province / Locality information
Decode history charting for propagation and radio performance analysis
Log4OM, N1MM+ local logger support
Active development with you in mind, tell us what you’d like to see!