Zakanaka, a digital mode decoding and terminal program written by Bob Furzer, K4CY. Bob is also the author of Logger, a logging program with a PSK31 decoding and terminal module that runs under Windows 95/98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT Was originally intended to decode PSK31, RTTY, and CW. During November 2000, K4CY added RTTY
A freeware dos program by John Agrelius released in early 90’s but still very actual. It allows to quickly calculate dimensions for Quads antennas, Yagi antenna, Inverted vees antennas as well as J-poles and Traps to extend dipoles band coverage. Just extract the antmaker.zip file and start the Menu.exe batch file.
Even if outdated, is still a good program to calculate and desing yagi antennas elements dimensions, sizing and spacing. I’ve used it to verify some antenna plans I’ve found on the net. It’s particularity is that you at first need to tell the program the size of your antenna and then, you can calculate resonating
The Yagi Designer program was first developed in 1992 on a DEC-Vax 3100 and written in Fortran, and the output was graphed in Mathematica 2.0. It has since been converted into a DLL with lightning fast speed compiled in the C language. It was written by a physicist that has always enjoyed dabbling in radio.
A windows free software to print custom QSL
How to renew an expired LoTW callsign certificate and let RumLog sign and upload to Log of the World for you.
First impressions using the WSJT-X FT8 on Mac OSX and TS-590S
D-Rats 0.3.3 for Windows – Free download
Google glass are wearable computer, with a built-in Android OS on it, and in this movie N3WG Nick Garner show us a sample application of a ham radio related application written for the Google Glass platform. Practically Nick is able to remote control an Elecraft KX3 radio via the PigremoteÂ connected via Wi-Fi, of