Hi, Tyler found a nice link page which links shareware and
freeware audio processing software (e.g. oscilloscope / FFT,
ham radio "modem" using your soundcard, that kind of stuff)
for DOS, Windows and Linux. Enjoy.


Raw notes about some of the more interesting DOS / Linux
freeware programs follow (is multimon gone? SSTV is slow
scan-TV, 8-72 seconds per image ;-))...

- http://www.unipv.it/webcib/softw.html (Spectrograms, nice animal voice
  screenshots on the homepage :-)) (Freeware)   
- digital soundcard scope von 2000, see gkrellmss?
- http://linux.maruhn.com/sec/multimon.html Linux softmodem for shortwave
  AX25, AFSK 1200/2400, HAPN 4800, FSK/G3RUH 9600, POCSAG, ... DTMF, ZVEI   
  http://www.baycom.org/~tom/ ... multimon_1.0-3.tar.gz not found :-(
- http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/4477/ virtual modem BTL...
  For amateur RTTY listen around 14.085, 21.085, 3.585, and 7.035 MHz, SSB. 
  Europe: USB, 1445Hz Mark, and 1275 Hz Space (1360 centre)
  US: LSB, centre frequency of 2210Hz (2295Hz Space, 2125Hz Mark)
- free DOS SSTV softmodem receiver: http://www.hampubs.com/sstvwith.htm


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