Tom NU4G and others,
FYI, I have been beta testing DarwinPsk that is a Macintosh OSX port of
LinPsk by Volker Schroer <email@example.com>. I have been testing it on a Mac
G4-450 AGP with OSX 10.3.3 using a Kenwood TS-570D(G) with the SignaLink
SL-1+ interface. The current beta version 0.8.0.3 works great for PSK31 and
DL1KSV is working to improve the RTTY decoding. I gave DarwinPsk a test
drive for the VOLTA RTTY contest and managed 34 RTTY QSOs with only a few
hours of part time operation.
You will find a link to download the DarwinPsk on Steve's NI5V Mac Ham Radio
web page at http://www.machamradio.com/ or direct to
For normal RTTY operation I have to dummy down the Mac OSX to the Classic
mode to use the orphaned (but still very good) AEA MacRATT v2.1 software
with a PK-232MBX via a Keyspan USB to Serial adapter. I look forward to
ditching the PK-232 as soon as I can find something that runs under OSX and
works as well as the PK-232.
On 5/10/04 8:55 AM, "firstname.lastname@example.org"
> Date: Sun, 9 May 2004 12:21:21 -0500
> From: Tom Norris <email@example.com>
> Subject: [RTTY] RTTY software for macs?
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Message-ID: <email@example.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ; format="flowed"
> I am running OSX 10.2.8 and am using Multimode version [whatever
> Chris's latest version is!] and wondered if there is anything else
> out there for RTTY with the Mac? Lack of software almost makes
> me want to drag out the ST-6 and the model 28 again. (Doesn't
> make me want to go back to Windows though... :-) )
> Tom NU4G
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