Re: Morse code program for Raspberry Pi
It's been discussed many times in various linux forums but doing CW properly isn't very easy. The consensus keeps coming back to using a keyer such as a WinKeyer chip maintain proper TX timing, etc. There are various Linux programs that support the Winkeyer but to get superior decodes, I would recommend to start with Flwkey as a lot of effort has gone into that code to decipher variably timed transmissions, decode through various weak signal and fade scenarios, etc:
On 12/10/2019 09:35 AM, Daniel Holmes wrote:
I’m not familiar with the exact setup (In college around the same time, I wrote an x86 assembly program for a class to decode CW via serial port!), but FLDIGI will decode CW nicely using a sound card setup.