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Author Topic: WHAT IS A GOOD SITE TO LOCATE MAC RELATED APPLICATIONS?  (Read 2550 times)
W6PJJ
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« on: March 18, 2012, 04:10:57 PM »


Where is a good WWW Site that has Apple Mac Applications for Amateur Radio? Been browsing for Antenna Design Applications in particular. So far it looks like there is little out there on the Internet. ?? Cool

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KB6HOH
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« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2012, 02:01:47 PM »

Don,

        Steve here in Novato. Thy these links:
http://machamradio.com/software_list
http://www.dxzone.com/cgi-bin/dir/jump2.cgi?ID=6687
That's all I can find right now!

                      73 de Steve KB6HOH
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« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2012, 09:36:46 PM »


Hello Steve:

Interesting how we meet on Forums and have yet to make a on-the-air contact. By the way we are very close to getting the Mac interfaced to the Ten-Tec Paragon the only issue left is utilizing the Mac USB with a Serial interface and we will be up and running soon. We just found a USB to DB9 converter with the PL-2303 Chipset on Ebay and will be interfacing this to the PTT Optocoupler. We should be up and running in less than 10 days. Thanks for the information you have provided over the past 3 weeks and that which you have left here. I signed up on Mac Ham Radio nearly 2 weeks ago... the Site has a very small membership so far and I have posted there but no response yet. Oh!! Black Cat has a RF Toolbox for the Mac very basic stuff but sorta fun to play with. I miss the old DL6WU Yagi design application I used 20 years ago to design and build Yagis for 144, 222 & 432 they were outstanding performers and the Hams that have them are very pleased.  I will give the DXZone a run for the money. TNX AGN.

73's
Don Cool
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KB6HOH
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« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2012, 02:23:12 PM »

Hey Don,

           Not a problem. Let me know as soon as you think you are ready.
80m should work for us in the PM probably after 7pm. Talk with you later.

                           73 de Steve KB6HOH
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K3SF
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« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2012, 06:42:18 AM »

hi

i can recommend the following mac s/w for hamradio activity


for antenna modeling on mac
http://www.w7ay.net/site/Applications/cocoaNEC/index.html

can also see w7ay site for cocoamodem for digital modes s/w for mac
http://www.w7ay.net/site/Applications/cocoaModem/index.html

for good logging s/w is macloggerdx
http://dogparksoftware.com/MacLoggerDX.html
and
for satellite tracking is macdoppler
http://www.dogparksoftware.com/MacDoppler.html

for freeware mac logging there is rumlog
http://www.dl2rum.de/rumsoft/RUMLog.html


to use LOTW  you will need tqsl s/w see arrl website at
http://www.arrl.org/instructions


also make sure to down load pl2303 driver which depend on what OS you are running on the mac
for any rig interface using their usb/serial adpater s/w
http://www.prolific.com.tw/eng/downloads.asp?id=31

if you decide you want to do SDR radio using an RF Space SDR-IQ
then see site

http://fyngyrz.com/?p=915
the sdr-iq can be interfaced with radios to give realtime spectrum view

hope this helps
and
i'll be glad to answer any questions if i am able

paul k3sf

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