FLDIGI Users Manual  4.0
Using KISS compatible programs with FLDIGI

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The below listed host programs make use of FLDIGI extended KISS TNC hardware commands. While any KISS over IP compatible program should work, only the following have been tested by the developers of FLDIGI.

Setting up FLDIGI to use KISS require the use of the KISS I/O port. see Configure ARQ/KISS I/O page for instructions.

BPQ32

BPQ32 is beyond the scope of this document. The following links are available for detailed information about the program and it's use with FLDIGI.

Documentation:
BPQ32 Documents
and for a specific reference to FLDIGI (search for keyword FLDigi)
BPQ32 Documents (FLDIGI)
Installation files:
Program and Support Data

Note:
The Macintosh Binary located on John's website are for PowerPC systems. Binaries for Intel systems are available on request by contacting Robert, KK5VD kk5vd(at)yahoo(dot)com or via John's email listed below.

Any inquires about the software can be directed to:

John Wiseman, G8BPQ john(dot)wiseman(at)cantab(dot)net

UIChat

For those who have used FLDIGI's FSQ interface, Mitch Winkle AB4MW has created a Java application that mimics FSQ interface while allowing the operator to use any of FLDIGI 8 bit KISS compatible modems.

Mitch's Blog: https://plus.google.com/communities/110418910579764092090

Program and Source code: https://sourceforge.net/projects/uichat/

YAAC - "Yet Another APRS Client"

Andrew Pavlin, KA2DDO has created a APRS client and Internet gateway package. Details about this software can be found in the following links.

YAAC website: http://www.ka2ddo.org/ka2ddo/YAAC.html

YAAC source code: https://sourceforge.net/projects/yetanotheraprsc/


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