Requires radio operator background experience
Configuring the application is not difficult, that is, if you are accustomed to this type of software, but solid knowledge is required to understand the meaning of all the technical terms. At first launch, you are prompted to enter your personal data, such as the call sign, your QTH and name.
DigiPan supports dual and multi-channel reception and can be configured to use a microphone instead of the computer's sound card, in order to capture Single Sideband signals. As mentioned above, it supports both PSK31 and PSK63 modes, the latter addressing faster typists.
Shows a graphical representation of the frequency spectrum
One of its advantages is that it can generate a waterfall frequency spectrum display of the text conversations within a range that depends on your transceiver's capabilities, enabling you to monitor sent and received messages from and to a large number of stations.
Clicking on one of the vertical lines in the spectrum displays the corresponding text within the main window. For your convenience and easier control, the application features customizable shortcut keys.
CQ calls are highlighted for easier identification and sent text can be underlined for the same purpose. PACTOR RX signals are supported and sample rates can be corrected. All the stations are automatically decoded by the application, which shows you the updated call-signs and conversations.
A reliable tool for amateur radio operators
DigiPan provides an interface that helps you perform PSK31 and PSK63 operations. With the proper knowledge and the right configuration, it allows one-click tuning and radio conversation capturing.
Reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on March 11th, 2014
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- Added multichannel reception, CQ alert, Internet callsign lookup, and Rx and Tx offset adjustment.
Application descriptionhas mini DigiPan provides a panoramic display of the frequency spectrum in the form of an active dial scale extending ...