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QSONet virtual transceiver for amateur radio


What is QsoNet?
QsoNet is a new system which uses the internet to receive audio signals from a ham radio transmitting station, then instantly reflects the audio back to all stations listening on that frequency.  The result is a simulated ionosphere for worldwide amateur radio communication.
How does it work?
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.
What are the rules?
The use of QsoNet is restricted to licensed amateur radio operators (hams). Operators are expected to use normal radio procedure – For example:

  1. Identify your callsign frequently.
  2. Always be courteous and respectful. Do not use a frequency that is already in use.
  3. Do not use voice on the CW portions of the bands.
  4. Do not engage in commercial activity. No advertising.
  5. Do not transmit music.

What is CQ100?
CQ100 is the first software transceiver designed for communication over the QsoNet system.

Features and Specifications:

  • Covers 5 HF radio bands – 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meter bands.
  • Computer microphone provides voice modulation.
  • CW mode is achieved by typing on the keyboard, or by “line-in” on computer sound card.
  • Band scope shows radio activity within a settable sweep range of 50, 100, 200 and 500 kHz.
  • Callsign, handle, QTH, etc are automatically displayed for current transmitting station.
  • Keyboard “Hot Keys” and “Annunciate Mode” provide a simple interface for vision impaired operators.
  • “Round-Table” QSO’s are possible because any frequency may have a large number of listeners.

System Requirements:

  • CQ100 requires Windows 2000, XP or higher.
  • A reliable internet connection equivalent to 33.6k dialup modem or higher is required.
  • A sound card with speakers and microphone (or headset) is required.

Please visit the website at http://qsonet.com for complete details.

Nah buat rekan2 amatir di Tanah air yang mau ngebrik tampa menggunakan Radio, Qsonet solusinya… tampa menggunakan Radio dan antenna anda sudah bisa terhubung keberbagai stasiun amatir radio di seluruh dunia. Caranya mudah silahkan ke http://qsonet.com dan isi formulir registrasi masukkan identitas lengkap anda disertai foto kopy IAR kemudian buka email anda untuk menerima informasi selanjutnya.

Download programnya dan jalankan

Setelah instal qsonet Cq100 jalankan programnya dan akan tampil sepert ini:


Jika anda belum merima email balasan dari qsonet dan mnyetujui permintaan anda, anda tidak dapat menjalankan programnya…..

Nah setelah semua sudah ok dan anda sudah mengisi password pada halaman login, akan tampil seperti ini:


Pada desktop anda akan tampil sebuah Virtual transeiver seperti gambar diatas, selanjutnya  memilih band dan nencari stasiun amatir yang sedang aktif berkomunikasi, silahkan pilih diband mana anda akan bekerja klik tombol band dan putar tombol dial seperti layaknya anda menggunakan radio transceiver betulan. Jika pada band ada yang aktif akan tampil seperti ini:


Perhatikan bargraph pada display jika ada stasiun radio yg aktif bargraph akan seperti gambar diatas. ( perhatikan gambarnya ) Putar dial menuju ke titik bar yg paling tinggi dan mulai mendengarkan….



Untuk mendapatkan informasi yang lebih lengkap silahkan download buku manualnya atau bergabung pada forum qsonet di http://qsonet.com


Software Review by: yc8ddu



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