Jul 20, 2023

Software Defined Radio (SDR)

This is QUISK, a Software Defined Radio SDR.

  • Quisk can control the HiQSDR.
  • As a receiver it can use the SDR-IQ by RfSpace as a sample source.
  • As a receiver it can use your soundcard as a sample source.
  • Quisk can control SoftRock hardware for both receive and transmit.
  • As a transmitter it can accept microphone input and send that to your transmitter for SSB operation. For CW, QUISK can mute the audio and substitute a side tone.

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  • Xcwcp - X11 CW Tutor using unixcw
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  • Wsjtz - Clone of WSJT-X software with additional features
  • Wsjtx - Weak signal ham radio communication package