Hi ,
i've tried this using miy notebook on pure dos  (psk21 ,rtty,etc..)

I use cf31 panasonic toughbook with drivers for his sound card (yamaha).

Roberto iw2evk

Intercom is a free DOS program by Pier PA3BYZ that since version 4.1 adds
PSK31 capability to many other modes. It can use several interfaces, hamcom
type, soundcard, etc. 
Contact Pier via QRZ.com adress for binaries.







kurt godel-2 wrote:
> 
> My two computers(one old, one newish) both have decent sound capabilities
> with in and out jacks; I wish
> to use this to implement audio frequency shift keying(AFSK), in which I
> need
> to send and recieve tones.
> Is there a way, using only dos, to access the i/o jacks? --kurt<
> wb2...@gmail.com>.
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