Digital VoiceSoftware for Digital Voice
- Codec 2
- Codec2 is an open source low bit rate speech codec designed for communications quality speech at 2400 bit/s and below. Applications include low bandwidth HF/VHF digital radio and VOIP trunking.
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- HF Digital Voice for Radio Amateurs.
FreeDV is a free application for Windows, Linux and MacOS that allows any SSB radio to be used for low bit rate digital voice.
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- FreeDV plus Video
- FreeDV plus Video adds simultaneous digital voice (FreeDV) to ZL2AFP's OFDM TV (see OFDM TV page listed under Software/SSTV and FreeDV page listed under Software/Digital Voice). An older version of OFDM TV is used, modified for compatibility with FreeDV. The video is 1 frame/sec, 36-lines, with full color. Total bandwidth is 3.5 kHz.
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- QRadioLink is a Linux analog/digital SDR transceiver application with Codec2 digital voice mode support.
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