gmfsk - MFSK terminal for GNOME
gmfsk is a terminal for MFSK16, RTTY and Throb, three digital
modulation formats used on HF radio particularly by radio amateurs.
MFSK is an acronym for multi-tone frequency shift keying.
gmfsk demodulates signals received through the sound card and displays
the resulting text on the screen. In transmit mode, typed text is
modulated and transmitted through the sound card.
Circuits for connecting the sound card to a receiver or transceiver are
readily available on the web.
Standard GNOME options may be used.
GMFSK must be configured through the "Settings" menu when first used.
MFSK activity is commonly found around 14.080 MHz on the amateur 20m
Although GMFSK is free software, transmission of any signal and of
MFSK, RTTY and/or Throb signals in particular is subject to the laws of
the government of your country. Receiving on non-amateur frequencies
may also be prohibited.
More information on MFSK16 can be found at
gmfsk was written by Tomi Manninen, OH2BNS <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This
manual page was written by Hamish Moffatt VK3SB <email@example.com> for
Debian (but may be used by others).
15 October 2002 gmfsk(1)