When this screenshot was taken back around 2010, I was not yet set up for PSK31, but I had
DigiPan running and it was able to decode
the audio that the mic built into the laptop picks up from the HF rigs speaker. The screenshot
shows a QSO between VE7AXU and WA6CJK. Sorry for the horizontal scrolling, but I wanted to keep
it readable. The new version of DigiPan can decode multiple PSK31 signals all at the same time.
It also includes PSK63 (for faster typists) as well as PSK31. PSK31 users will recognize the
familiar "waterfall" at the bottom of the screen. It gives a visual representation
of each QSO that is within your bandwidth. Just click on one of the vertical streams to select
it, or click on the line of text that represents it on the right. If you look closely, you will
see that the QSO below was at about 2000 Hz.
I have since acquired a SignaLink USB to interface with the HF rig and make the occasional
PSK-31 contact with it. One summer, I left it running PSK-63 for UI-View on 30M with good success.
The SignaLink USB has its own sound card built in. It makes for a neat installation with just
one cable going to the HF rigs 6 pin mini-DIN "data" connector and just a USB cable to the