PSK31

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PSK31 (Phase Shift Keying, 31 Baud) is a digital radio modulation mode, which is used primarily in the amateur radio field for real-time keyboard-to-keyboard communication.

PSK31 was developed by Peter Martinez, G3PLX, and introduced to the amateur radio community in December 1998.(1) (2)

References

  1. The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications. 84th Ed. (2007):9-13.
  2. Steven L Karty, N5SK: "PSK31 Spec", ARRL Website

External Links

Online PSK31 receiver tuned to 14.070Mhz