Hit or miss VERY hit or miss. Either very good copy, or no copy using sony icf-sw7600gr shortwave radio even with solid signals. Using samsung galaxy tab 3. I also tried various frequencies all ove r the waterfall range, and also tried even setting the frequency slightly outside the red bars, trying to find some frequency where the program might perform better.
I knew after I tried it that It was a keeper. I am using it with the Wolphi interface and AT&T 8 inch tablet Trek HD Lollipop 4.0. My interface is modified with a single resistor & capacitor to work with the tablet. The rig is the Elecraft K2. I will notify Wolphi on exactly what I had to do to make it work - no big deal if you can solder. I plan to use this CW copy program at a demonstration event outside with my radio club . I will also demo RTTY and PSK31 with the same tablet and interface. The AT&T tablet would not recognize the interface without the modification. AF5U
Just will not work for me! Every other one of Wolphi's ham radio apps work very well and I love them. But this one just won't decode any morse I have tried it with at any speed. Yet other morse apps, even free ones work fine. It will not work on my Sony Xperia phone or on my no-name tablet. David vk2dmh.
Works great for me. I'm using this app with my fully restored Drake R8 receiver. I have my receiver hooked up to a good external speaker, and if I want to find out what the CW says I just put my phone in front of speaker, set the slider and starts right up. Very easy to use, works as good as the MFJ reader. Well worth it for me.
Good but could be easier I found moving the red lines to isolate the desired freq awkward. Needs + and - buttons to make it easier. Had to turn squelch off to get decoding working, once done and freq finally right worked well. Verdict, fiddly without improved user interface, but love it de G4POI
Works like it should The best app on the android market to decode morse code. If you didn't get it working, you should email the maker and get some help. Works fine on all my android devices. The mic doesn't have to be all too close either. Now, it's hard for it to figure out a straight key (or anything that isn't from a keyer) but there's not much for computer programs that can do that either, right?
New in V1.51:
- new and improved decoding algorithm
- new waterfall with higher resolution
- changed layout and adjusted it to new phones and tablets.
If you have any problems with Morse Decoder please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first and only app allowing WSPR transmission using your Android device!