After about a month of testing KPSK v1.0rc1, v1.0 final has been
released. Source archives are available at the addresses above.
KPSK is a psk31 application for the KDE desktop. Features include:
-Simple, feature-filled user interface
-DCD "S-meter" for signal quality determination
-Grayscale waterfall option for finding/working weak signals
-Simultaneous monitoring of up to four PSK31 signals
-User-configurable waterfall colors, fonts, window backgrounds.
-Optimization to provide IMD data only when the measurement is valid
-Twelve user-defined fixedtexts (TX macros), available by
mouse or F1-F12 keys
-Integral BerkeleyDB-based QSO logbook
-BPSK or QPSK operation
-Automatic and manual modes for calling CQ
-Ability to send an ASCII text file
-Extensive application documentation
KPSK was developed by Luc Langehergemann (LX2GT), David Kjellquist
(WB5NHL), and Ernest Stracener (KG9NI) with contributions from many
others along the way.