Rocky has a very basic implementation of PSK31 transmit
and receive, but does not have any built in CW decode /
In answer to the original post, there are a number of free
CW decoder programs around.
Basically any suitable soundcard program can be hooked up
to the SDR receiver / transceiver using Virtual Audio
Cables (VAC) to pass the digitised audio streams between
the SDR program being used and datamode decoder.
As Bruce mentioned CWGet works pretty well, also take a
look at some of the bigger multimode packages that include
CW like MixW or MultiPSK.
Another option is Simon's SDR-Radio program, not everyones
cup of tea but it does include a pretty comprehensive data
decoder that includes CW.
73, Bob G8VOI
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Bruce Tanner <bet110@...> wrote:
> You might Google 'CwGet download' and give that one a
> SDR software also has the CW decode feature but it is
no long the top
> recommended software for beginners as it often has
issues with Win 7
> On 6/27/2012 4:11 AM, maramaxt wrote:
> > Now that I'm back into amateur radio and
enjoying my Softrock ensemble
> > RXII I'm wondering if there is software
available that would translate
> > received audio code into English via my PC.
> > Any tips appreciated :)
> > 73 - John Sweden - ZL1AZS
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