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Re: DSP Modems

Most of the recent work in this area uses soundcards, which is
certainly cost-effective.  They are certainly usable up to 9600 bps. 
Tom Sailer, HB9JNX has written several modems for both DOS and Linux.

On Mon, Nov 20, 2000 at 09:12:42PM -0500, Jerry Keener wrote:
> kb7adl wrote:
> >
> > I looked around this weekend and nobody is making DSP modems. I was
> looking
> > for an all in one (400 & 1200 bps PSK, 9600+ FSK). I looked for TAPR,
> > timewave, and other tradional modems satellite users have used but nobody
> > make them anymore. Anyone know of other sources?
> >
> > kb7adl
> >
> >
> I also have noticed this.  Where can relatively new hams (like myself)
> obtain decent dsp
> tnc equipment if the commercial manufacturers are not making them?

Bob Nielsen, N7XY                          nielsen@oz.net
Bainbridge Island, WA                      http://www.oz.net/~nielsen
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