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[aprssig] UZ7HO Soundmodem Update - Ver .31 Beta Now Available for Download

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Wed Nov 23 18:30:46 UTC 2011


http://www.sv2agw.com/downloads/

or more specifically

http://www.sv2agw.com/downloads/develop.zip

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 11/23/2011 1:09 PM, Andrew P. wrote:
> Where is this AGWpe TCP/IP interface API documented?
>
> ------Original Message------
> From: Stephen H. Smith
> To: aprssig at tapr.org
> Sent: Nov 23, 2011 12:38 PM
> Subject: [aprssig] UZ7HO Soundmodem Update - Ver .31 Beta Now Available for	Download
>
>
> The latest version 0.31 beta, packed into a standard wizard-style Windows
> installer that creates the directory, start menu entry&  desktop shortcut,  is
> now downloadable from my website at:
>
>         http://wa8lmf.net/miscinfo/UZ7HO-Soundmodem-Install-Ver-31-Beta.exe
>
> The new, still in beta, UZ7HO "sound modem" is a sound card application that
> converts nearly any PC sound card into a high-performance dual-channel 300-baud
> HF and 1200 baud VHF packet modem.   This app emulates the interface of the AGW
> Packet Engine.  Any program that can work with AGWpe via the TCP/IP interface
> (such as Uiview, APRSpoint, APRSplus, AGW Tracker, or WinAPRS) can instantly
> use the UZ7HO HF sound modem instead.   (It will NOT work with apps that link
> to AGWpe via DDE such as WinPack.)
>
> Unlike AGW, the TNC tone pair(s) used by UZ7HO are fully tunable, by clicking
> on a waterfall display like the typical PSK31 app, or by editing the
> soundmodem.ini  b file created on the first run..
>
> It has multiple software audio "receivers" running in parallel that tolerate
> off-frequency tones far better than other HF soft modems.
>
> With a STEREO input sound system and TWO sound card interfaces, you can
> monitor/operate on HF and VHF at the same time; perfect for the TS2000 or other
> transceivers that are actually two radios in one box with separate audio
> outputs.  Note that most computer MIC inputs are single channel, while the LINE
> input (if you have one on your sound system) is stereo.
>
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