WinPSKX ActiveX Control - Version 2.0.2

Version 2.0.2 - Updated September 9, 2002

Moe Wheatley, AE4JY has kindly allowed me to collaborate with him on developing a PSK31 ActiveX control based on his PSK31 engine DLL. This control provides all the functionality you need to build your own PSK31 application using Visual Basic, Delphi, or C++ and with integrated visual data displays typically used in PSK31 applications. You drop this control into a Visual Basic form and within minutes can have a functioning PSK31 receiver. With a bit more coding for handling TX/RX control and persisting the user's settings, you can build a full-blown PSK31 application.

Information and downloads for the WinPSKX ActiveX control:
Screenshots Here are some screenshots and features of the WinPSKX control in a demonstration application.
Updated July 16, 2002.
Documentation Download the documentation if you would like to learn more about the control.
WinPSKX2 SDK Download the WinPSKX2 ActiveX control SDK.
Micro-PSK Visual Basic Source Code Download the Visual Basic source code for the MicroPSK demonstration. This program shows how to write a simple two-channel PSK31 receiver. This project requires the SMeterX ActiveX control and the Microsoft RichTextBox control.
Mini-PSK Visual Basic Source Code Download the Visual Basic source code for the MiniPSK demonstration. This program shows how to write a simple one-channel PSK31 tranceiver. It also demonstrates how to code AGC functionality using the new multimedia mixer interfaces of the WinPSKX control. This project requires the QSOX ActiveX controls.
Simple-PSK MFC/C++ Source Code Download the source code for a simple PSK demonstration written in MFC/C++. This program shows how to write a dirt-simple PSK31 receiver using only the Hover Monitor feature to display received text.

Caviats:

Lastly, I appreciate your interest in the WinPSKX control, and I welcome your suggestions and comments.


Updates since the original release

Release 2.0.2 Update - September 9, 2002 Release 2.0.1 Update - July 11, 2002 Release 2.0 Public Release - April 1, 2002 Release 2.0 Beta update - November 6, 2001 Release 2.0 Beta update - October 30, 2001 Release 2.0 Beta update - October 23, 2001 Release 2.0 Beta update - October 20, 2001 Release 2.0 Beta - October 10, 2001:

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Last updated September 9, 2002