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Wolphi LLC
Price: € 4,29
DroidPSK is an application to decode and encode Ham Radio BPSK31. A great tool for portable Amateur Radio PSK...
Wolphi LLC
Price: € 4,29
DroidRTTY is an application to decode and encode Ham Radio RTTY with the build in microphone/speaker or wired to your...
Michael Dinkelman, N7WA
Price: Free
A simple application for collecting and displaying posted score rumors from participants of the EA RTTY contest...
Price: Free
Digital modem / ARQ file transfer
Aacnet
Price: Not available

Ipox5 is a voip application designed to link your PMR, CB, PMR446, amateur radio networks between sites. It is robust, designed for mobile...

Adam van Gaalen
Price: Not available
Net/Mac is a small application that has been around for quite a few years in various implementations. It supports the TCP/IP Internet protocol...
Adam van Gaalen
Price: Not available
NET/Mac is an application that supports TCP/IP over packet-radio, which means that hamradio operators can use NET/Mac for their wireless TCP/IP...
Michael Dinkelman, N7WA
Price: Free
A simple application for collecting and displaying posted score rumors from participants of the SCC RTTY Championship...
DXsoft
Price: $45.00

SeaTTY is a program to receive weather reports, navigational warnings, and weather charts transmitted on long wave and shortwave bands in...

Michael Dinkelman, N7WA
Price: Free
A simple application for collecting and displaying posted score rumors from participants of the SPDX RTTY Contest...
DXsoft
Price: $39.00
A program for amateur radio digital communications via a sound card. Supported modes are RTTY (Baudot code), ASCII (7 or 8 bits), PSK31 (BPSK and...

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