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PSK31 Software [message #15] Sat, 12 February 2005 23:45 Go to next message
kc2nda is currently offline  kc2nda
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I was thinking of creating a psk31 program. I noticed a few DLL\'s out there for PSK, but I don\'t like to re-invent the wheel if there was some software that was kick butt already. I would like to see the good points and \"wants\" of some of them so I can get a better idea of whether or not to bother. One of the better ones I found so far was the winpskse223, but there is a ton more features I would like to see. Thanks in advance.

Aaron - KC2NDA
Re: PSK31 Software [message #20 is a reply to message #15] Sun, 19 June 2005 22:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
KC2OBW is currently offline  KC2OBW
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hey arron if you can, can you send me a diagram for the psk31 interface that hooks to the radio and the computer i found software but im having trouble finding a schematic for the computer radio interface

Re: PSK31 Software [message #26 is a reply to message #20] Fri, 02 September 2005 21:23 Go to previous message
kc2nda is currently offline  kc2nda
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Scott:

http://www.hamradio.cc/projects/psk31/PSK31.pdf

This one is very easy to put together. I built this one and it works great. I subsituted the circuit for the PTT with a H11AA1 chip, but have not fully tested it yet. The 2n2222 is probably easier and more readily available to use. Hope this helps. Just about everything can be purchased at Radio-Shack (This is the first). I used some 1/4\\\" jacks for the wires to and from the radio/computer. This way I could put it all into a little box (from Radio-Shack too). It fits great... If you need anything else, let me know.


Aaron

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