This is a computer program for Amateur Radio transmission and reception using a computer and radio transceiver The program equips your computer with a one sentence at a time chat-mode for operation on the HF bands. You use it in the same way as you would Skype or cell-phone TXTing. This facilitates rapid-fire QSOs and especially makes nets easier by ZL2AFP
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