I use some very good SW for my Amateur Radio activities. All of them are open source. For some of them I have implemented some specific solutions and or configurations.
Currently I have the following pages that describes my solutions.
- Airscout is a program that is used for predicting Airplain reflexions. I am running it in a container which is somewhat specific...
- CQRLOG - NAC
- CQRLOG exports contest results in EDI. But unfortunately it is not 100% adjusted for NAC tests.
- CQRLOG is a nice log program for Linux.
- Fixed devices for CAT control
- Connecting your rig for CAT via USB normally create a device name with a number at the end. The number varies, but with this solution you will always have a fixed name.
- MMANA-GAL is a antenna simulation program that can be used for designing antennas.
- Rigctl and the daemon rigctld is used by me for making it possible for me to control my rig, an IC-7100, from many applications at more or less the same time.
- WSJT-X is the Amateur radio SW I use the most.