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Re: PSK-31 transponder

Would a preview of how something like that might look, be some of the
IRC user agents? I'm not a regular user of IRC but, in some casual
reviews of it, I felt most comfortable in round table discussions
with agents that color code participants. Some even allow assignment
of icons with individuals.

Might be worth a look.

On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 08:57:42AM -0400, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, Wayne Estes W9AE wrote:
> > You cannot do this on voice on a wideband transponder.  THe human brain
> > cannot pay attention to 20 conversations.  But with our lap-tops, and
> > multi-user PSK-31, we can.
> >
> > Wayne replies:
> >
> > Seriously, I think I understand what you're saying.  If the multi-window PSK
> > software color-codes my callsign to get my attention, I think I could have
> > 20 windows open and notice the replies that come back to me.
> Its a single large window with about on inch of horizontal waterfall on
> the left followed by 20 lines of streaming text, one for each user in the
> waterfall.  Thus, you see the sigs and the text associated with each one.
> I like the idea of the color coding.  THe software should be able to
> recognize itself and to so indicate.  (Its full duplex, so it just watches
> what it sends)... AND I think the software should capture the senders call
> and maintain that label on each line, so that we can always know who is
> typing that line even if the "exchange" has scrolled off..
> Bob

Joe Ennis - w7net
Whitefish, Montana
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