Advanced repeater system software with EchoLink support for Linux including a GUI, Qtel - the Qt EchoLink client
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SvxLink is a project that develops software targeting the ham radio community. It started out as an EchoLink application for Linux back in 2003 but has now evolved to be something much more advanced.
== SvxLink Server == The SvxLink Server is a general purpose voice services system, which when connected to a transceiver, can act as both an advanced repeater system and can also operate on a simplex channel. One could call it a radio operating system.
SvxLink is very extensible and modular. Voice services are implemented as modules which are isolated from each other. Modules can be implemented in either C++ or TCL. Examples of modules are:
== Qtel == Qtel, the Qt EchoLink client, is a graphical application used to access the EchoLink network.
== Resources == These are some of the resources connected to SvxLink:
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