UltraMSK options

Running msk as shown below will display a list of command line options.

[james@localhost UltraMSK-1.0b1]$ ./msk
UltraMSK. Version 1.0 beta 1. Compiled on Jun 21 2006
Copyright 2005-2006 James Brundell

Options:
-f [frequency]  : set receiver Frequency (Hz)
-b [baud rate]  : set Baud rate (default = 200 Hz)
-c [call sign]  : set station Call sign (default = MSK)
-r [resolution] : set output Resolution (default = 1.0 seconds)
-o [directory]  : set data file Output directory (default = .)
-p [input]      : set input channel for 1 PPS signal (default = 1)
-s [input]      : set input channel for VLF Signal (default = 2)
-n [name]       : specify the jackd server Name
-g [gain]       : set 1 PPS signal Gain (default = 1.0)
-d              : enable status output

The main UltraMSK command line options are -f, -b, -c and -r:

-f
sets the receiver centre frequency in Hertz eg. -f 19800, or -f 18600.000185
-b
specify the MSK baud rate. Most stations are 200 baud but some are 100 baud
-c
specify the signal call sign eg. -c NWC. The callsign is also used as the beginning of the data output file name eg. NWC20060704.txt
-r
specify the data output time resolution

Back 05 Jun 2006