WinWarbler Online Help Contents
To use WinWarbler, you need
a PC running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 8
a sound card
an SVGA display or better
a transceiver covering the frequencies of interest
appropriate connections between your sound card and transceiver inputs and outputs
The VOX circuits of some transceivers can be configured to automatically trigger when WinWarbler transmits. Alternatively, you can connect a serial port to your transceiver's PTT input to automatically place your transceiver in transmit mode.
In RTTY mode, WinWarbler's 2-Tone and MMTTY engines can simultaneously decode two signals (e.g. a DX station and its pileup) or provide diversity decoding of a single signal. An external RTTY modem such as a KAM or PK232 can be used to provide additional diversity decoding. External modems like the SCS PTC family that support modes like Amtor and Pactor are also supported.