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XASTIR

Xastir is program for receiving and plotting APRS™ position packets. Development is a collaborative effort of programmers and amateur radio enthusiasts from around the world. Xastir supports many map formats and is highly customizable. Xastir runs on Windows/MacOSX/Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris/Lindows. It supports 125 map formats, several types of TNC's and weather stations, Festival speech synthesizer, AX.25 networking (Soundmodem/Baycom/SCC!) and seven languages!.

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XASTIR is listed on dxzone.com in 3 categories, main category is Ham radio software for linux (Ham radio programs for linux platform). Listed in our web site since Sunday Sep 9 2001, received 14171 total hits.

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