Fldigi v4.1.21 now available
The development team led by W1HKJ have announced the release of Fldigi v4.1.21.
Fldigi is a modem program for most of the digital modes used by radio amateurs today: CW, PSK, MFSK, RTTY, Hell, DominoEX, Olivia, and Throb are all supported. It can help calibrate a sound card to a time signal and do frequency measurement tests. As with all of the FL suite, Flrig supports PowerPC, Intel (i386) and Apple Silicon (M1) processors with individual downloads available for each architecture. Download the latest version of Fldigi here.
Version 4.1.21 * Maintenance release . many changes, refer to git log APPLE PortAudio * add device index to device names to allow fldigi choice menu to discern amongst identical devices . i.e. multiple C-Media USB Audio Devices will possibly list as - C-Media USB Audio Device #3 - C-Media USB Audio Device #5 Lion compilation * fix missing includes for mach_time.h in cw.cxx IPC log report * change logging date report to date ON vice date OFF xmlrpc methods * add new methods all data in ADIF 3.1.2 compliant format . logbook.last_record . logbook.all_records * add new methods as ADIF 3.1.2 compliant strings . modem.get_mode . modem.get_submode * add new date-time methods . log.get_time_on . log.get_date_on . log.get_time_off . log.get_date_off date-time correctly synchronized and in ZULU time CW h/w weight * provide control to control keying weight for DTR/RTS keying. build m4 script * correction to m4 build script for libmbedtls test trx fft * Add fft monitoring of transmitted signal flrig poll * provide user configurable poll interval CW/FSK * update flrig cw/rtty code * update rigcat FSK code - separate all bit timing from main thread - adjust sleep method for OS-X performance - adjust sleep method for Windows OS * add missing FSK commport control initialization * update cwio DTR/RTS rigcat keying - replace bit timing with high resolution interval timer - deprecate timing compensation - test satisfactory on Linux, 5 to 100 WPM log macro * fix parsing bug when a trailing <HS,