On Sun, 04 Mar 2001, joe lerch wrote:
I have been reading a lot about PSK-31 and; I think,
digipan for windows.
Is there a linux alternative that has all the features of digipan? One of
the latest issues of QST talks about a kit for PSK-31 on 80 meters, once
again they mention needing the windows software. Is anyone using a linus
alternative, I don't do windows at all, not even a little bit and hate to
start buying windows software this late in the game.
I have used three Linux PSK31 programs and find that they are all rather basic
in operation, although they work well. None of them have all the "bells and
whistles" which the Windows programs Digipan, or my favourite PSK program which
is PSK-PAL, have. With SuSE Linux, there is GPSK - but it hasn't a waterfall.
Another which I have tried, LinPSK has a waterfall as has TWPSK . But this
has the least facilities of the three. So I am afraid that it is a case of
I haven't installed it yet, but I have heard that a program called KPSK
is a very good one. As soon as my SuSE7.1 arrives and is installed, I am going
to try KPSK.
Unfortunately I can't be of any more help.