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WinWarbler allows you to conduct QSOs in the PSK31, PSK63, PSK125, and RTTY modes using your soundcard's analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion functions.
Simultaneously decodes PSK transmissions on three separate frequencies
each decoded transmission is displayed in its own size-adjustable receive pane.
incorporates AE4JY's PSKCORE engine
Can simultaneously monitor and decode up to 47 PSK transmissions across the band, extracting callsigns and capturing text for rapid acquisition and QSO initiation.
Provides three independent means of decoding RTTY signals:
via soundcard, using JE3HHT's MMTTY engine
via soundcard, using G3YYD's 2Tone engine
With multiple RTTY decoders active
decodes the same signal simultaneously (diversity decoding)
simultaneously monitors nearby signals -- such as a DX station and his pileup.
Sends CW via
- serial port modem control signal
- parallel port data signal
- an external WinKey keyer
- an external modem, such as a Kantronics KAM or Timewave PK232
Presents a 4 kHz waterfall or spectrum display for soundcard PSK or TTY
- select frequencies via point-and-click
- USB or LSB operation
built-in ADIF-compatible minilog
- Commander for transceiver control
- DXView for callsign lookup and plotting
- DXKeeper for logging and QSL generation
- Pathfinder for QSL route discovery
- SpotCollector for DX spot generation and PSK stations heard filtering
GPS interface captures position, course, and speed
provides two banks of 16 macros
- comprehensive substitution commands
- can send arbitrary transceiver commands via Commander
Comprehensive Online Help
.A PC running Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or 8 with an SVGA or better display is required; both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors of Windows are supported. WinWarbler is free, and contains no advertising. Commercial use is expressly forbidden.
- Download and install
- Access to development releases
- Version history
- Enhancement requests
- Join the DXLab Reflector.
If you have questions or suggestions, please send them via email to the DXLab reflector.
Other members of the DXLab suite of free amateur radio software:
- Commander - control your Icom, TenTec, Kenwood, or Yaesu radio from your PC
- Pathfinder - locate QSL information from web-accessible sources
- DXView - displays DXCC info and country maps, and plots spots, beam headings, solar position, and the solar terminator on a world map
- DXKeeper - records and manages QSOs, tracks progress towards DXing objectives, and prints QSL cards orlabels, addresses envelopes or prints address labels
- PropView - displays minimum and maximum useable frequencies between specified locations and monitors the IARU/NCDXF HF Beacon network
- SpotCollector - collects and aggregates spots from multiple sources -- including packet, Telnet, and IRC -- to create a local database that you can display, sort, and filter in real time