Droid apps for hams

More apps for hams, including a PSK31 encoder/decoder, Morse decoder, Morse trainer, NCDXF beacon indicator and DX Cluster app.

I haven’t tried any of them but will soon.

Here they are.



  4 comments for “Droid apps for hams

  1. July 11, 2011 at 2:38 am

    Thanks for posting this, John. I think some of those apps will help keep me amused on the new Droid phone that is currently heading my way.

  2. July 11, 2011 at 11:15 am

    There’s a bunch more available from what I’m seeing on the pages referenced in the posts here and on the Wolphi site.

    I don’t recall seeing EchoLink listed. There’s a nice repeater app called RFinder. The free ScannerRadio app allows you to listen to repeaters streaming over RadioReference. There’s an app not in the market called U2APRS which allows you to get your location into an APRS gateway from the cell network as well as plot other APRS entities.

    Many, many more but those are a few other popular ones.

    • July 11, 2011 at 12:21 pm

      Thanks for those, David. I have downloaded and am running DroidPSK as I type this – it seems to decode very well. Macros for encoding are easy to set up. I may post a video of it later…

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