Mac OS X Programs on HamRadioAndVision



HamRadioAndVision is a Web site with practical information for blind and vision-impaired amateur radio operators. The following is an annotated list of Mac OS X-related articles on HamRadioAndVision:


Fldigi is an amateur radio digital modem program with versions for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

          Fldigi for Mac OS X and Windows

Flrig is an amateur radio transceiver-control program that runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It can also cooperate with the fldigi digital modem program.

          Rig Monitoring with Flrig for OS X and Windows

CHIRP is a VHF/UHF radio programming tool for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

          CHIRP Software for Editing Channels in VHF/UHF Radios

CocoaModem is a digital modes program for Mac OS X.

          CocoaModem Accessibility
          CocoaModem Text-to-Speech
          PSK31 Operating Notes from a Blind Ham

WebSDR is a software-defined amateur radio receiver that can be operated remotely over the Internet via a browser running under any operating system.

          WebSDR Accessibility for Blind and Vision-Impaired Hams
          Receiving Digital Modes with a WebSDR

   The digital modes article describes how to stream WebSDR audio to fldigi using the Soundflower Mac system extension.

EchoMac is a Mac OS X version of EchoLink, a Windows program for hams that uses a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP).

          EchoMac Accessibility
          Using EchoMac with VoiceOver Reader

AAplot is a Mac OS X program for use with RigExpert antenna analyzers.

          AntScope and AAplot for RigExpert Antenna Analyzer



Author Information

   Peter DeNeef, AE7PD, is an Extra Class amateur radio operator in the U.S.  Email: HamRadioAndVision "at" gmail "dot" com.

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rev. 7/31/2018