A computer can be involved in almost every activity. Ham radio has embraced computers more intimately than most hobbies. Originally used as a replacement for the paper logbook, the computer in ham radio has evolved nearly to the point of becoming a second op, controlling radios, sending and receiving CW, and linking your shack to thousands of others through the Internet. Most ham-shack computers are Windows-based machines. The vast majority of software available for ham applications runs on the Windows operating systems.
RIGblaster - Links to Ham Radio Sound Card Software
West Mountain Radio - RIGblaster - Links to Ham Radio Sound Card Software
Hi all, As promised in my last post , I have finally finished designing and building a cheap interface to connect ham radios or any other audio device that does not share audio common ground to a PC, including a PTT interface. The control is done using a USB interface, so unlike most ham radio hardware that uses serial connections, this one is plug and play in modern PCs. The neat thing is that it uses them same commands as a RigBlaster. So this interface works out of the box with common ham radio programs like Echolink and Svxlink. The interface should also work with soundmodem which can be used for X. For example like phone lines.
For over 23 years, RT Systems has produced the most up-to-date amateur radio software for all the top radio manufacturers. RT Systems invented amateur radio programming in when the Yaesu FT "cloned" and we wondered if we could get it to talk to a computer instead of another radio RT Systems provides a system that works! The system includes an RT Systems Programmer designed specifically for your radio nothing extra to wade through and a RT Systems USB cable designed to work with your radio and eliminate com port setup.
QRZ Forums. I currently have my IC working with it wonderfully. I have seen many many cables on ebay and amazon but I want to buy one that I know is reliable. I don't mind to spend a little bit but don't want to break the bank.