The source code for the decoder is what I am really interested in, and I had found the link to Phil Karns code on his site but was reluctant to use it since it is a tarzip and apparently not under source control hence probably not the latest; his site was last updated Dec 2010. The thinking is that the svn repository would contain decoder bug fixes and mods.
On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 21:57:06 -0400 Anthony Monteiro [email protected] wrote:
This has always been open source, its just that the server is temporarily down. You can find all of the original LINUX code without the GUI on Phil's web site:
The stuff *without* the GUI is probably more useful to begin with, since you'd pretty much need to write the GUI from scratch ;-)
HDLC frames, y'say? Wonder if this could be used as an alternative to AFSK for packet?
We hope to have the server with the ARISSatTLM Windows code up again soon.
Yeah. You know what? Github. Or Gitorious. Or something like that - there's bound to be an Subversion-based similar site. I used to run my own Git repo for things like lysdr and aprsmap. Now they can be found on Github:
because it's more fun writing code than maintaining servers, and life's too short to do both.
73, Tony AA2TX
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