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MULTIPSK version 4.7 released

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  1. G4TUT

    G4TUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    MULTIPSK version 4.7 released

    Patrick Lindecker F6CTE has release a new version of the popular MULTIPSK data modes software.

    He writes:

    Hello to all Ham and SWL,

    The new release of MULTIPSK (4.7) is on my Web site

    The main mirror site is Earl's, N8KBR:
    (click on "United States Download Site #1").
    Another mirror site is Terry's:

    Among other modifications:

    ARQ [Automatic Repetition reQuest] FAE [Fast Acknowledged Exchange] in ALE and ALE400

    - Improvement of the Outlook Express (or equivalent) outgoing mails handling,

    - Automatic transfer of received ARQ FAE messages, to Internet addresses via Outlook Express e-mails (for licenced copies),

    - Possibility to work in "Responder".


    Patrick F6CTE

    A description of ARQ FAE can be found at

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  2. W8VHO

    W8VHO Guest

    ok ,but...

    fine program, but who would'nt use HRD and DM780 over this!! Two great programs working together as one! For those who have rig controlled radio's highly suggest Ham Radio Deluxe.:)
  3. WB8MKH

    WB8MKH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Those who use:
    ALE 400
    Packet es APRS
    To name a few. Dont cut down a program you dont understand

  4. NF0A

    NF0A Ham Member QRZ Page

    Multi Psk

    I use it occasionaly and it`s fine but a bit complicated at 1st but once you get the hang of it, it`s fun .:)
  5. K2WH

    K2WH XML Subscriber Volunteer Moderator QRZ Page

    I second that emotion. HRD is a fine program that integrates everything one would need and not just in the digital world either. MultiPSK (I have said it before) is way too busy, too many colors, steep learning curve and one of the most un-user friendly programs I have ever seen.

    Sorry, MultiPSK works, but HRD wins hands down.

  6. KB9UMT

    KB9UMT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thank You Patrick F6CTE

    Patrick F6CTE,

    If you are reading the mail here I just want to say thank you for all the time spent on your MuliPSK program...nice digital tool to have! Many thanks for that and all you do for Ham Radio.

    Not every software application is for all and everyone but it sure is nice to have such talented Hams doing such neat things for the rest of us to use. I use many different digital software applications (some for different reasons) and this one sure has worked very well for our 30 Meter Digital SPOT page and for our 'Auto' Spotters to report 30 Meter Digital activity throughout the World:

    de kb9umt Don
  7. shortwave

    shortwave QRZ Member

    Does HRD not support sound card interfacing?
  8. W5AOX

    W5AOX Ham Member QRZ Page

    I use both, but even DM780 does not have all the various modes contained in MultiPSK.
    I like MultiPSK in the RV-mobile for monitoring SSTV, APRS, automatic mode detection of unknown signals, etc. I prefer HRD for its more friendly rig-control. I find MultiPSK also has a more sensitive sound card decoder in packet and APRS mode. I'm a registered user of both systems and consider MultiPSK well worth the money.
  9. KA3HSW

    KA3HSW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Just a warning to those who use ALE: the use of automated periodic sounding by U.S. hams is likely illegal, as they appear to be illegal automatic beaconing below 28.200, illegal automatic control of a digital station, and prohibited one-way transmissions. The FCC is looking into this, and Propnet, right now.

    Bonnie, KQ6XA, will tell you it's legal, but the initial response from Riley Hollingsworth is that it is NOT.

    George, KA3HSW
  10. W0TKX

    W0TKX Ham Member QRZ Page


    Thanks Patrick! It's a good program for me...

    Using HRD for most Ham QSO's, but I use MultiPSK for listening to odd modes.

    The user interface is busy, and that's complicated for some. If you can beat up on a modern rig's menu and learn it, you'll find MultiPSK useful.

    Keep an open mind and play, it grows on you, like an interesting French cheese. The messy interface goes with my messy shack... :eek:
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