Ham Radio Software from F6CTE

MultiPSK 4.31.3 / Clock 1.11 / Multicom 1.1 / Multidem 2.5.1
To download the last version of Multipsk and Clock, click here

Modes supported by Multipsk:

Multipsk 4.31.3 and Clock 1.11
Clock "The radio driven digital clock', bundled with MultiPSK, provides date and time from FRANCE-INTER, DCF 77, HBG, MSF, BBC, WWVB, WWV, WWVH, CHU, RAI, JJY, a GPS or Internet.

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This contains the latest version of both applications in one ZIP file

Multipsk (and Clock) version history Primary Changes from v. 4.31.2 to v. 4.31.3

How to download and instal Multipsk



MultiCom v1.1 (F6CTE) Quick Info:
This program ("little brother" of Multipsk), intended to experimentations, permits to chat using serial transceivers (USB or not).

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Version History:

How to download and instal MultiCom

MultiDem v2.5.1 (F6CTE) Quick Info:
A USB/LSB/AM/FM Modem (Modulator/Demodulator) for SdR and DSB (direct conversion) transceivers + broadcast FM demodulation

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Version History:

HB9TLK's " Gui_serv_Multipsk" program (+ Multidem_TCP_IP_Version_1 protocol)

Multipsk client (F6CTE) program: a demonstration of the Multipsk control through a TCP/IP link - sources and .EXE (protocol version 7)
* v6 to v7: new command SdR + all TCP/IP commands are now freeware

PSK10_transceiver (F6CTE): program which shows (as an example) how to decode and code PSK10 with a remote application, controlling Multipsk, through a TCP/IP link - sources and .EXE (Version 1)

Multipsk_planner (F6CTE): demonstration program which gives the possibility to the user to realize a monitoring planning (modes, frequencies and end times) either for Multipsk interfaced with Commander (DXLAB), or for Multipsk interfaced with a SdR (FCD, FCD+, RTL/SDR, Softrock), this one controlling Multipsk, through a TCP/IP link - sources and .EXE (Version 1)

Programs able to connect to MultiPSK:
DX-BUDDY:  www.dx-buddy.net
APRS-SCS version 1.29
JNOS:  http://www.langelaar.net/projects/jnos2/win32/
HFDL-display, ACARS-display, GMDSS-display, VDL2-display by Mike Simpson on http://www.rstools.info/
PlanePlotter (for VDL2) on http://www.coaa.co.uk/planeplotter.htm
BPQ32 by John Wiseman (G8BPQ) on WEB address: http://www.cantab.net/users/john.wiseman/Documents/BPQ32.html
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and two Delphi /C++ test programs, offered free to Hams and SWLs who want to easily manage a sound card (R

Editeur Sonore (F6CTE):

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The free program allows the user to read or to write text in audibly (through a sound card), each typed letter being both spoken through your speakers and displayed in very big letters on your screen. This non-ham freeware is for visually impared French speakers (the letters are pronounced the “French” way)

Version 1.0 to 1.0.2: up to date for Windows XP and reduction of CPU consumption.

Writings in English, from the author (in relation with radio)

 Wireless transmission using the sole electric field rev. C

Writing in English, from the author (without relation with radio)

 Possibility of creation of universe at 1, 2 or 3 dimensions (astrophysical theory)

Writings in French, from the author (without relation with radio)

 Galacticus (science-fiction book)  Puissance voitures (opinion)

Other Ham radio

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Last updated the 07th of February 2017.