soundmodem: Allows a standard PC soundcard to be used as a packet radio "modem"1

Package available in: [trunk] [8.0] [7.0] [6.0]

This software allows a standard PC soundcard to be used as a packet radio "modem". The whole processing is done on the main processor CPU. Unlike previous packet radio modem software, this new release offers several new benefits: * Now uses standard operating system sound drivers (OSS/Free under Linux, /dev/audio under Solaris and DirectSound under Windows), thus runs on all soundcards for which drivers for the desired operating system are available. * No fixed relationship between bitrate, sampling rate, and modem parameters. Modems may be parametrized, and multiple modems may even run on the same audio channel! * Usermode solution allows the use of MMX, VIS, Floating point and other media instruction sets to speed up computation. * Cross platform builds from a single source code provides ubiquitous availability.

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Author: Thomas Sailer <sailer [at] ife [dot] ee [dot] ethz [dot] ch>
Author: Tomi Manninen <tomi [dot] manninen [at] hut [dot] fi>
Maintainer: Leonel Ivan Saafigueroa <leonel [at] saafigueroa [dot] com [dot] ar>

License: GPL
Status: Stable
Version: 0.18

Download: soundmodem-0.18.tar.gz

T2 source: soundmodem.cache
T2 source: soundmodem.desc

Build time (on reference hardware): 15% (relative to binutils)2

Installed size (on reference hardware): 0.35 MB, 13 files

Dependencies (build time detected): 00-dirtree alsa-lib atk audiofile bash binutils bzip2 cairo coreutils diffutils expat findutils fontconfig freetype gawk gcc gettext glib glibc glitz grep gtk+ xorgproto libpng libpthread-stubs libx11 libxau libxcb libxcomposite libxcursor libxdamage libxext libxfixes libxi libxinerama libxml libxrandr libxrender linux-header make mktemp net-tools pango pixman pkgconfig xorgproto sed sysfiles tar util-linux xcb-util xorgproto zlib

Installed files (on reference hardware): [show]

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2) Compatible with Linux From Scratch's "Standard Build Unit" (SBU).