Ham Radio Related
DL4YHF's Ham Radio Homepage
this file was last modified in December 2020 .
Main Site: www.qsl.net/dl4yhf
Welcome to the homepage of DL4YHF ! This page provides some tools (software
written by myself), hardware, and other information for radio amateurs, and some
other not-radio-related stuff like the PIC programmer. If you are curious
to know who DL4YHF is, look here. If you look carefully
enough, and you are a human visitor (not a robot), you will also find my
email address and other details there.
On this site you can find:
- Spectrum Lab - a tool for audio analysis, DSP, beacon logging, etc.
- EbNaut recorder - configuration for SL to act as a 'scheduled recorder' for EbNaut (coherent BPSK)
- WOLF GUI - a graphic user interface for Stewart Nelson's WOLF (Weak-signal Operation on Low Frequency)
- Sound-Utilities - read from the soundcard's ADC and send to DAC
- Audio I/O library - exchange audio in real time between different applications (also for audio streaming using winamp / oddcast)
- Communication using WM_COPYDATA messages / 'Message Tester'
- CalcEd - a text editor which calculates with complex numbers !
- CurveEdit - a primitive, graphical viewer / editor for array data ("curves")
- PIC programmer - DL4YHF's WinPic for Win95+98+XP, uses LPT or COM1..4, and supports a variety of PIC microcontrollers.
- RDF Calculator: for radio-direction finding, topographic map display, GPS track display, etc
PIC projects (firmware and documentation)
Once or twice per year: New release of Spectrum Lab
March 2010: Website back at QSL.NET (which is back at full speed - thanks
Scott), and farewell "freenet" which isn't free anymore.
January 2005: Website moved from QSL.NET to "freenet" due to bandwidth
June 2004: WinPic updated, now supports "JDM PIC-programmer 2".
More Changes on this homepage..
There will be more in future. Check again ! Until then,
73 and hope to meet you on the amateur radio bands ..
Wolfgang "Wolf" Büscher ( DL4YHF )
P.S: If you sent an email to me, but didn't get a response, then read
this . You may be one of the fellows
whose email provider has put my email provider on a blacklist (thanks to
some paranoid spam filter), so I have received your message but cannot reply
Furthermore, don't expect a response from me if you keep bugging me with
invitations from "mylife" etc. All messages from them are considered as spam
here - in fact, all of them are deleted immediately by a filter which looks
for names like "invite at mail dot mylife dot something". PLEASE STOP THOSE
BUGGERS, and don't let some machine try to "invite" me to services which
I'll never use (at least not in "my life"). Thanks.
Furthermore, if you have problems getting my software running under Vista
or some 64-bit version of windows, good luck. Sorry I cannot help with that,
last not least because I don't use them. For Spectrum Lab users, send your
request / observations or strange errrors / questions through the
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I am unable to take any responsibility for the content of web-sites that
you reach through those hyperlinks.
(This note has been added because of a court decision where
the author of a website was made responsible for the contents of "foreign"
websites which could be reached via a link from his own page ! Consider this:
Where will this end ? You add a link to a search engine on your website,
and will be held responsible for the entire world wide web because it can
be reached through a couple of clicks ? Oh, c'mon ...)