Airlink Express digital modes software available

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  1. G4TUT

    G4TUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Airlink Express digital modes software available

    A new Amateur Radio digital modes software package designed for the Microsoft Vista operating system is now available.

    As well as Vista it is said the software will also run on Windows XP and offers PSK, MFSK and RTTY digital modes with logging and macro capabilities.

    Airlink Express is built on the Microsoft .Net Framework. The logging information is stored in an Access database. This means that you can access this information if you have a copy of Microsoft Access running on your computer.

    The logbook database can be exported to a file in ADIF (version 2) format so it can be imported into your favorite logging software.

    Airlink Express can be downloded from

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  2. N5SDH

    N5SDH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Looks interesting, and the price is right.
    Will have to try it out.
    73 and may the force be with you.
  3. W0LPQ

    W0LPQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Strange, the Airlink Express started out as a Northwest Airlines Commuter flying SAAB SF-340 aircraft.
  4. N5ARK

    N5ARK Ham Member QRZ Page

    I tried downloading it and it said the Setup files are corrupted. Anyone else having that problem?
  5. N5SDH

    N5SDH Ham Member QRZ Page

    So far so good.

    I just downloaded and ran it with no problems.
  6. G1GEV

    G1GEV Ham Member QRZ Page


    No problems downloading or using worked 7 countries in 20 mins using just 5w on 40m, keep up the great work,

    73's and Regards

    Kevin G1GEV
  7. KB5DRJ

    KB5DRJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Nice and simple

    I like the simple setup. Works nice too. Didn't see a squelch function, but may have missed it. Looks good so far.

    David KB5DRJ
  8. KC8YHW

    KC8YHW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Did Not work here.

    n5ark Your situation may be different. I use Linux for web surfing, if there is an application that I feel I want I download the app. onto a thumb drive. then carry the thumb drive out to the barn where the radios are. There is no phone out there and I don't want my windoz machine to get a virus. I plugged in the thumb drive and started the installer, however it wanted internet access to get the rest of the program. So no Airlink Express digital program for me, delete the :mad:files and respond to this forum.

    From the QTH of Paul KC8YHW Mulford
  9. KR1ST

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    The squelch function is present. Click on the level control and you will see a line appear indicating the squelch level. You can drag this line up and down to change the level.

    --Alex KR1ST
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2008
  10. K9FV

    K9FV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I installed on a computer just for checking and it had to access the internet to download a LARGE file - just how am I to load to my radio computer that has no internet access??? I did like the simple interface and setup - squelch is on the lower right side - I think that is the squelch anyway....

    I sure was hoping to use this program because of it's simple interface.

    My suggestion, on your website provide a link to download complete program so it can be installed without internet access.

    73 de Ken H.
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