Amateur Radio Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for amateur radio enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I see that there is programming software available with which one can load information into the 's memory from a spreadsheet-like file, which would be much easier than keying the data in via the buttons on the front panel. But does anybody know if there is a program available which essentially emulates a software-defined radio for the that is, something that maps all the control functionality of the onto the screen of the , so it can be operated in real-time through the keyboard and mouse?
I enjoy tuning my radios manually, so I do not use computers to control my radios. Here is a list of the programs I use frequently. Each of the links will pop up a new browser. These are the best software packages in each category I have found. All links open new windows.
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ORG maintains a collection of software related in some way to the amateur satellite program. Links on this page are HTTP web downloads. Check the log of recent changes for any updates to programs you may already have. This collection is always growing. If you know of a program or a collection of programs, for any machine, that are related to amateur radio satellites and freely redistributable, please send mail to KB5MU.