Signalink USB Program

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  1. WA2AAR

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    Hi all, A friend of mine gave me his Signalink USB. the disk came with a bunch
    of programs. What I would like to know id what is a good program to use with
    the Signalink? And where can I get it?

    Thanks
    Bob - WA2AAR
     
  2. KC9QVL

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    What are your computer specs? Speed,Ram etc. Windows, Mac OS, Linux?
     
  3. WA2AAR

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    Win-XP
    Pentium 4 Speed 3Ghz
    800 Mhz-FRS
    Ram - 4 Gig
     
  4. KC9QVL

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    Easy one.
    Ham Radio Deluxe
    then Dxlab Suite operating with Fldigi
    and MultiPSK If you can stand the Interface.

    And there are a bunch of others.
     
  5. KF6A

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    I found Ham Radio Deluxe brings my laptop to its knees, it needs power to run. I use the DXLabs software suite and have been very happy with its performance and capabilities.
     
  6. NN4RH

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    FLDigi should work fine

    You can always fall back on good old Digipan if necessary
     
  7. NA0AA

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    For PSK, I really like Digipan due to the multple conversation decoder.

    Multi PSK does a ton of modes and will allow you to try some of the more exotic ones if you like. But the interface is something else, it's a busy screen.

    For SSTV, I'm not sure what to use.
     
  8. KE7VZW

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    mmsstv is nice for sstv

    don't forget wspr ! :)

    you will come to love the signalink USB. It makes things SO easy, especially when you have lots of programs and modes co-mingling on one pc/radio setup.
     
  9. VE3PP

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    Bob my personal choice for digital and the SignaLink USB is Ham Radio Deluxe and DM780.

    I run it on an older system with XP, Pentium 4, 3.00 Ghz with only 504 MB of ram. At times it is a bit slow but all in all it performs well.

    I have tried Digipan, FLdigi, Multipsk and other software and I just prefer DM780 for digital modes.
     
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