Morse Decoder for iPad

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  1. N6YWU

    N6YWU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Not sure if this is the proper forum for an amateur radio software product announcement, but I updated my Morse Decoder app to run natively on the Apple iPad (and iPad 2) a couple months back. It's only available (as all apps for stock OS iOS devices have to be) from Apple's iTunes App store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morsedecoder/id313071325?mt=8

    The HotPaw Morse/CW Decoder app includes both low-pass and optional narrow band audio/DSP filters, and both manual and auto-WPM detection settings on the decoder. It runs on the iPhone (and the newer iPod Touch's with mic input) as well, for excellent portability. A couple early reviewers found the app to be as good or maybe even better in accuracy when compared with other PC software decoders (YMMV). The app was also feature in an ARRL Contest Update.

    Comments, reviews and bug reports are very welcome.

    Ronald Nicholson
    N6YWU
     
  2. N6YWU

    N6YWU Ham Member QRZ Page

    I just updated the HotPaw Morse Decoder iPhone/iPad app to version 1.7.0, which includes a new mode for decoding 40 to 80 WPM QRQ speeds. If anyone here tries it out, please let me know how well it works for you. For generating Morse Code at those speeds, the HotPaw Basic app includes the "MORSE" command which should work up at to 99 WPM.

    Ron
    N6YWU
    http://www.hotpaw.com/rhn/hotpaw/
     
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