Excellent app and working perfect on a Hudle 2. I used a convertor called 3.5mm 4 Position to 2x 3 Position Headset Splitter Adapter to get my radio connected to the huddle.
Excellent all-in-one HAB decoder, uploader and offline mapping. Much more convenient to use than a laptop!
Very good, please write more You did a really nice rtty decoder there. Please can you write a dedicated rtty app for ham radio with all the baud settings and encoding and transmit. Great work
Can't use yet Downloaded but cant seem to download a map file to use it.
HAB Modem and Tracker I downloaded and used this App today for 10 minutes to track XABEN1. The advice given at the beginning and the link to download a map if you did not already have one is a good idea and worked well. I used a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 7 and I leant it 6 inches from the speakers of my PC, the double trace signal of RTTY was immediately seen. Touching the shift button changes the shift but that is all you need to do! Despite my attempts at manually entering, "DATA" and "STOPS" by touching the screen as I had done with, "SHIFT" the app locked on to the signals and started decoding. So all you need to do is get the Shift right and it does the rest! Even though I have a noisy power supply fan and a wife telling me I should be doing something else the app stayed on signal throughout the short test. As it was only a short test I am going to give it three stars, a longer test will probably result in four! With a handheld Yagi and receiver in the car I can see this being a very useful addition in the car. I look forward to using this again, thank you Matthew. Chris G7OGX
- Saves the state of the app if closed and reopened
- Decoder improvement. Should now work with all payloads
- Downloads predicted data
- Screen stays on when the app is in the foreground (can be disabled in settings)
- No longer needs a map file if only the decoder is to be used
- Hyperlink to maps location
- No longer crashes if device does not support audio settings
- Minor graph fixes