Didn't work for me. Showed graphs but didb"t print anything.
I use the product all the time right now it isn't working
Works well for longer transmissions I tuned my SW radio to W1AW and was reading along in 15 seconds. That isn't a common situation, though. I tried it on a few other QSOs next. There was enough drift that I had to keep chasing the waterfall around, and the calls were short so it never really locked on. Still, it distinguished between two different senders even though they were going simultaneously. I would have a hard time doing that myself. If my VFO was more stable, I think it would've worked very well.
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.
Not bad. Does work but hopping for something better! Waterfall is to small to properly setup frequency. Maybe making it bigger or perhaps be able to change horizontal axis frequency range would be better. Also even all my apps have quite high input Mic gain, this app gain is quite low. Care to debug? 73 de SV1CDN.
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
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