WiNRADiO Advanced Digital Suite - Packet Radio Decoder

Packet Radio is the common name for a radio amateur digital network that uses a variant of the X.25 protocol, known as AX.25 (from Amateur X.25). The data to be transmitted is packed into HDLC (High Level Data Link Control) frames, passed through a special modulator and sent on air.

This decoder is designed to decode Radio Packet transmissions at bit rates of 300, 1200 and 2400 bits/second.

Advanced Packet Radio Decoder

An integrated recording and playback function making it possible to process packet signals off-line, as well as a logging facility to store the received text while the Decoder is running unattended, complement the Advanced Packet Radio Decoder.