To simulate the messages you need:
- Audio FM Transmitter via Jack
- RTL SDR with the drivers and software installed in your mobile phone
- OTG cable
- Smartphone jack output adapter to split microphone and headphones
5. HF Weather Fax
Robot Modes: 36 & 72
PD Modes: 50, 90, 120, 160, 180, 240 & 290
Martin Modes: 1 & 2
Scottie Modes: 1, 2 & DX
Wraase Modes: SC2 180
Martin Modes: Martin 1, Martin 2
PD Modes: PD 50, PD 90, PD 120, PD 160, PD 180, PD 240, PD 290
Scottie Modes: Scottie 1, Scottie 2, Scottie DX
Robot Modes: Robot 36 Color, Robot 72 Color
Wraase Modes: Wraase SC2 180
DroidPSK is able to decode a BPSK31 or BPSK63 signal though the build in microphone. Just hold your Android phone or tablet close to the speaker of you Amateur Radio transceiver, adjust the waterfall slider to the PSK carrier frequencies and DroidPSK will start decoding.
In transmitting mode characters can be entered trough the keyboard. 20 Macros are also available to store standard texts like "name and qth" and "station info"
Starting V2.0 DroidPSK now also includes a logbook. Callsign, Name RST etc can be easily transferred into the lookbook from the receiving screen. The logbook also includes ADIF export and import to transfer your logbook data to a PC based logging software.
A waterfall shows the frequency spectrum of 100Hz to 2500Hz. Just slide the waterfall slide on a RTTY carrier frequency and DroidRTTY will decode the signal.
Only an alphanumeric character corresponds.
It can communicate with Modem_FSK_Receiver.
It uses a simple MODEM algorithm to enable the user to send and receive short data messages (up to 250 bytes, within up to 3 seconds) between nearby phones or computers, utilizing the sender's speaker and the receiver's microphone.