Projects / cwdaemon


cwdaemon is a small daemon which uses the PC parallel or serial port and a simple transistor switch to output Morse code to a transmitter from a text message sent to it via the UDP protocol.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Dec 2006 19:27

    Release Notes: This release has been ported to the latest version of unixcw. Morse aborting has been improved.

    •  14 Mar 2005 20:06

      Release Notes: OpenBSD support has been added. Please use OpenBSD-current or OpenBSD-3.7. A null device has been added, in case you want sidetone but no keying. The 'none' sound device had been added in case you don't want a sidetone. Free entry of port names has been added, together with autodetection of ports. This should give support for more platforms.

      •  08 Jan 2005 17:32

        Release Notes: This release fixes a possible buffer overflow.

        •  05 Dec 2004 23:05

          Release Notes: FreeBSD serial and parallel port support are added. Support for 'tucnak', a VHF contest logging program, has been added.

          •  27 Apr 2004 20:24

            Release Notes: This release adds sound card support. There are 3 extra command line options: -v for volume, -x for sound device (PC speaker or sound card), and -P for priority. Footswitch support and the new Morse character '@' have been added. Timing problems have been fixed.


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