Fldigi Setup While Using Wfview

Setting up Fldigi using Wfview is a great way to get the most out of your digital radio experience. With this setup, you can easily access the full range of features and capabilities offered by Fldigi, such as PSK31, Olivia, CW, and more. Wfview also allows you to quicky change modes, filters and other items for your radio, so you can get on the air quickly and easily. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to set up Fldigi while using Wfview for rig control.

Wfview

Check out my previous post,  Guide to the Wfview Icom Interface.

If you already have it running with your radio, just make sure you have the External Control settings configured to use Rigctld and port 4532.

Logbook

You can use a variety of log books with Fldigi, but in my case I’ll be using Log4OM. I have previous posts on this subject as well. See Checkout How Wfview and Log4OM Work Together or Wfview Icom Interface and ACLog Solution.

Fldigi Configuration

I wanted to be able to use my favorite log, Log4OM as well as digital modes, including CW, so this is how I have configured Fldigi.

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If you have any questions about this setup, please ask them here. I prefer the comment section here or in YouTube over e-mail because your comments and questions will help others as well.

If you have any questions about Wfview, please ask them here. I prefer the comment section here or in YouTube over e-mail because your comments and questions will help others as well.

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Sources:

Fldigi Download at Sourceforge

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K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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