A system which uses the internet to receive audio signals from a ham radio
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QsoNet works with dialup, DSL and cable internet connections. There is no need to configure router ports. The network consists of an array of internet servers which provide streaming voip audio between stations. After installing transceiver software, QsoNet stations are connected to a central server by a single, outbound TCP connection.

Features and Specifications:
* Just works right "out of the box" with no need to configure router ports.
This means it can be used from hotel rooms, airports, public libraries, internet cafes, etc.
* Covers 5 HF radio bands - 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meter bands.
* Computer microphone provides voice modulation.
* Includes built in CW keyer. Simply type on the keyboard to send perfect CW.
* Spectrum graph shows radio activity within a settable sweep range of 50, 100, 200 and 500 kHz.
* Call sign, handle, QTH, etc are automatically displayed for current transmitting station.
* Keyboard "Hot Keys" provide a simple interface for vision impaired operators.
* "Round-Table" QSO's are possible because any frequency may have a large number of listeners.

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George O'Dell

George O'Dell How do I renew CQ100?

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Guest Cq100 was a good alternative for those that could not put up an antenna.

I say "was" because now people are being banned from the program for not conforming to the goose-stepping frequency police.

It seems they wait until you renew your subscription, then a couple of days later you receive an error saying your account has been de-activated. They give you no reason this has happened and they will never answer an email. In other words, they have your money and you are gone with no recourse!

I know this is true because it happened to me after being a member for several years and to several people I know!

So do yourself a favor and stay away from this rip-off!

Hamsphire is a good alternative!

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DONALD FAY great ham radio program

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