Airlink Express is a user friendly digital mode software package for the Amateur Radio Operator. The software is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista, and Microsoft Windows 7. It offers PSK, MFSK and RTTY digital modes with logging and macro capabilities. If you have ever used the Digipan software you will be immediately familiar with Airlink Express.
With the release of Windows Vista and Windows 7, Microsoft introduced a new sound architecture. Airlink Express is developed to support this new sound architecture, yet it maintains complete backward compatibility with Windows XP. Airlink Express brings back the familiar volume slider interface you’ve become used to from older Windows versions.
The DSP engine used in Airlink Express is MMVari by Makoto Mori, JE3HHT. This engine is very flexible and decodes as well, if not better, than any other soundcard mode engine currently available. It is used by many other software products like Logger32 and the N1MM contest logger.
These are just some of the features available in Airlink Express:
- Automatic Multi Channel Display
- Support for Multiple Soundcards
- PSK31, PSK63, PSK125, PSK250, MFSK and RTTY
- Radio Control (CAT)
- Center Bandpass Tuning
- True FSK Keying
- Bandpass Filters
- Logging with ADIF Import and Export
- Replay Last 60, 30, or 15 Seconds
- Issue when no Windows input devices are enabled/found.
- Support for Yaesu FT-891.
- Inhibit sending of CAT frequency and mode requests to radio while in transmit mode.
- ADIF export is now in date/time order.