axdigi is a simple little program that will allow Linux systems to do cross-port digipeating. new
Aldo is a Morse code tutor. At this moment it has four kinds of exercises: Classic exercise, the Koch method, Callsign exercise,and exercises read from files. In classic exercise, you must guess some random strings of characters that Aldo plays in Morse code.
antennavis is a OpenGL visualization toolkit that was designed to aid the user in better understanding the data generated by the NEC2 antenna modelling software.
BCD396T Manager controls the Uniden BCD396T scanner. It supports full radio remote control, systems programming, and scanner settings.
CQRLOG is an advanced ham radio logger based on MySQL database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, online callbook, a grayliner, internal QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRLOG is intended for daily general logging of HF, CW & SSB contacts and strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance.
Cute CW makes learning morse code easier by breaking it into phases.
CW Trainer is an easy-to-use CW trainer that is adaptable for both the Koch and Farnsworth method of learning CW. It can generate random tests or read text from a file. Sample QSOs are included.
cwtext converts text to International Morse Code. Input is ASCII text. Output can be: - . -..- - on the console, raw 8bit PCM suitable for piping to /dev/audio, .wav files or even (mp3|ogg). Good for headlines on your MP3 player or code practice.
CwTutor is a Morse tutor supporting the Koch and Farnsworth method. It can play random characters, random files and random words taken out of one or more text files. CwTutor is written in C++ using the Qt library and uses the soundcard for playback.
cwwav takes one or more text files (or text read from standard input) and converts the text into a WAV audio file containing the CW (Morse code) representation of the text.
DBLog is a logging program for radio amateurs based on a relational database. It allows the user to log QSOs and export a range of them in ADIF format. It can read the radio frequency via CAT interface. It includes a CW Keyer based on cwdaemon.
DitDah makes it easy to practice Morse Code. It is based on Alan Cox's morse program, uses an ncurses gui and the speaker. It only works on the console.
DReaM DRM Receiver
DReaM DRM Receiver is a software implementation of a Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) receiver. All you need to receive DRM transmissions is a PC with a sound card and a modified analog short-wave (MW, LW) receiver.
dxcc is a small command line utility that determines the ARRL DXCC entity of a ham radio call sign.
FT-100 Rig Control with Doppler Correction
FT-100 Rig Control with Doppler Correction allows you to operate amateur radio satellites using a Yaesu FT-100/D radio that is controlled via the serial port using the CAT interface.
gMFSK is a terminal program for amateur radio digital communication modes for GNOME. It supports MFSK, RTTY, THROB, PSK31, MT63 and Hellschreiber modulations. It is used for keyboard-to-keyboard chatting and not reliable packet communication.
Grig is a graphical user interface to the Ham Radio Control Libraries (version 1.2.0 or later), written using the Gtk+ widgets.
HamExam is a short Perl script that generates self scoring DHTML practice tests as a study aid to prepare for the US Amateur radio licensing exam.
HamFax is a QT/X11 application for sending and receiving facsimiles in amateur radio.
HamSphere is a fully fledged Ham Radio software transceiver for Linux, Mac or Windows.
K-Track is a KDE3 satellite prediction software, especially suited for radio amateurs operating through the satellites that are providing linear transponders.
KC2IVL FT100 is a combination of tools used to control a Yaesu FT100/(D) Transceiver.
KPSK is a psk31 software for linux. It features a nice user interface and an integrated SQL based logbook.
KT7F is a rig-control program to modify easy the 10 frequency memory places in the T7F Data transceiver. You can program your T7F via serial adapter kabel.
libax25 is a library that can be used by other programs to do all the low level stuff that you need to talk to the kernel. The idea is that the API of the library stays the same as much as possible even if the kernel changes. It also allows things like name to address translation to occur.
LinKT is an easy to use, full featured packet radio terminal using Linux' kernel ax25 services for the KDE environment.
Marote is a ham radio application that provides a GUI to the Elecraft K2 ham radio via the RS-232 port.
Morse Classic is a full-featured Morse-code trainer for radio hams, with many options to control training method and speed.
MSF Clock Decoder
MSF Clock Decoder is a simple public domain utility which enables a machine running a Linux operating system to decode and act on radio time signals received from MSF Rugby by a 'Galleon' Atomic Radio Controlled Computer Clock (ARC) receiver.
PM-SDR is software for a low-cost, DDS-less "Software Defined Radio" full coverage receiver for all HF bands.
pmsdr is software for a low-cost, DDS-less "Software Defined Radio" full coverage receiver for all HF bands.
qrq is a Morse telegraphy trainer, similar to the classic DOS version of Rufz by DL4MM.
qsstv is a program for SSTV for Linux.
Reza's Rio Receiver
Reza's Rio Receiver is an open source replacement for the client software that runs on the Rio Reciever. It will support additional audio formats and audio streams, as well as providing other neat functionality.
Smart Gnome Control
Smart Gnome Control is a graphical user interface to multiple communications receivers via the Hamlib library. The specific purpose is to let you control your communications receiver from a personal computer, and to simplify the hobby of shortwave radio listening.
Spx10 provides asynchronous raw serial port communication with the X10 CM17A Computer Interface and MR26A RF Receiver used in many home automation systems. The program is intended to provide simple and reliable serial port communication between a computer running Linux and the X10 CM17A (e.g. "Firecracker") Computer Interface and MR26A RF Receiver (both on the same port), and allows X10 devices to be controlled and monitored via RF transmission by the computer. The X10 UR81A Universal Remote, often distributed with the MR26A, is also supported.
SvxLink aims to develop a flexible general purpose voice services system for ham radio use. The svxlink server consists of a core that handles the connection to the tranciever. The transciever audio is connected to the PC through the sound card and the PTT is controlled by a pin in the serial port. The voice services are loaded into the core as plugins called modules in SvxLink lingo.
thebridge is an iLink/EchoLink compatible conference bridge that runs under FreeBSD, Linux, QNX, Windows and hopefully most other Posix compatible operating systems.
tk120 is a multiplatform programming and cloning
utility for the portable Yaesu VR-120 receiver.
tk150 is a multiplatform programming and cloning utility for the portable Standard (Yaesu) VR-150 receiver.
tk2 is open source software designed for the ICOM IC-R2 receiver.
tk5 is open source software designed for the ICOM IC-R5 receiver. Though tk5 is intended chiefly for Linux, MacOS X, and BSD users, it will work on Microsoft Windows (95 and later), too. It can display data from a memory image and let a user change the limit search bank, television bank, and most other settings.
tk500 can program three versions of VR-500: USA, Japanese, and Export. It can read a memory image from the VR-500 receiver, read an RT Systems .RDF file (for the VR-500) and extract the memory image data, and display most data from a memory image using a graphical user interface.
tk545 is open source software designed to control and program the Japan Radio Co. NRD-545 receiver.
tk7 is software for configuring the ICOM IC-Q7A walkie-talkie radio. It lets you read a memory image from the IC-Q7A walkie-talkie, a native tk7 file, or from a Q7 file.
open source software designed to control and program the ICOM IC-R75 receiver. tk75 lets you scan memory channels. A limit search feature is planned for a future release. tk75 tk75 can be used to load the IC-R75 memories or read memory data from the radio and store it in a file.
tk8500 is open source software designed to control and program the ICOM IC-R8500 receiver.
tk92 is open source software designed for Radio ShackŪ PRO-92 and PRO-2067 multi-system trunking scanners. Though it is chiefly intended for Linux, MacOS X, and BSD users, it will work on Microsoft Windows, too.
Xconvers is a client for the amateur radio convers system (port 3600), which resembles IRC. Servers are connected over the internet or by packet-radio. In a split-screen xconvers session you can type text into the bottom line. The reply from the server can be seen in the top screen.
xcw is a small utility to input text with a morse key in any X11 program. xcw reads morse from a straight or iambic key connected to a serial port, decodes it, then sends the decoded text to the X window currently in focus. The morse code sound is played through the sound card.
xdx is a GTK+ 2.0 DX-cluster client for amateur radio operators.
Xlog will display a log with the most recent contacts added to the top. You can add, delete and edit log entries. The log is saved into a text file. You can open, close and create logs as you need them. Xlog supports cabrillo, ADIF, trlog (format also used by tlf), and EDI (ARRL VHF/UHF contest format) and can import twlog, editest and OH1AA logbook files.
xtalfind checks whether any XTAL is suitable for a HAM radio circuit.
YFKlog is a general purpose ham radio logbook. It runs in text mode, which means it can easily be used on a remote server, even from Windows computers with PuTTY. It features a simple console-based user interface, a MySQL or SQLite database backend, the ability to manage an unlimited number of logs, ADIF import and export, easy log backup, high quality QSL (cards and labels) printing with LaTeX, award tracking/statistics functions, and ARRL LOTW support.