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Here are a few programs I've either written or fiddled with.
TkConv v3.0.1 for the Macintosh (MacOS 9 or earlier)
This is a port of TkConv v3.0.1 by Tomi Manninen OH2BNS.
Updated: 30th October, 2000.
This runs under Tcl/Tk 8.2.1 and the runtime libraries are included so you
don't need to download the Tcl/Tk package. The source is included in all archives.
The "source" file contains only the Macintosh source file.
- Updated to Tomi's v3.0.1 code.
- Enabled selection within the received text window
A Converse Client written in Perl/Tk.
pConv requires at least Perl 5.005_03, Perl/Tk 800.020 or later,
IO-1.20, Config::IniFiles, Tk::HistEntry and Tk::FontDialog. All of these (except perl itself) can
be installed via CPAN. There is a perl script in the package called "installmods" that will
attempt to install them for you. If this fails then checkout
www.cpan.org for more information.
This are my modifications to Hessu's HTPP 1.22 code. I've re-enabled channel 0
Here are some robots for the ham radio converse network.
Xastir is an APRS client program that uses amateur radio and internet
services to convey GPS mapping, weather, and positional data in a
graphical application. It has been developed by and for amateur
radio enthusiasts to provide real-time data in an easy to use
The main website is at http://www.xastir.org/.
I've put together a small port skeleton that will install it under FreeBSD using the FreeBSD ports
Currently it installs the 1.5.0 stable release.
This is a FreeBSD port skeleton of WAMPES 000304. It will compile and install it automatically
however you still have to configure it. Not for the faint hearted. You can get help on the
BSD Hams list at email@example.com.
This is a FreeBSD port skeleton for gMFSK, a multi-mode soundcard terminal program for HF amateur
Currently the program
supports the following amateur digital communications modes: MFSK16,
MFSK8, RTTY, THROB, PSK31, PSK63, MT63 and FELDHELL.
The main website is at http://gmfsk.connect.fi/
By Carl Makin