Last Updated on: 7th December 2020, 10:16 pm
Digipup – a lightweight live Linux distribution, a derivation of the Puppy Linux with a focus on amateur radio.
Digipup contains three of Dave Freese’s (W1HKJ) most popular free software offerings for amateur radio: Fldigi, which does a great job on digital sound card modes like PSK, RTTY, MFSK, and others; Fl_logbook, a small, fast, efficient logging program to record your contacts; and Geoid, which computes the bearing and distance between sites using either latitude and longitude or Maidenhead grid locators.
Fldigi allows you to connect your computer to your transceiver and use its sound card to send and receive digital signals like PSK31, RTTY, MFSK, Olivia, CW, and others.
Digipup 1.342 i386 95MB.iso