The OpenMOR Project

The RMSLink GUI prototype


Introducing OpenMOR

This is the OpenMOR project ("openmor")

This project was registered on on May 13, 2009, and is described by the project team as follows:

The OpenMOR project consists of several smaller independently working projects, including:

The exact license terms used by this project are on the project summary page and in the licensing documents are included in the downloads.

The GUI project is designed to provide access to the world reknown WinLink2000 system through a user interface similar to the now familiar RMSExpress application on Windows by Rick Muething, (author of the WinMOR protocol and founder of WinLink2000) but with a considerably different look and feel. The screen shot seen on this page may change from time to time as the project evolves and as features are added or retired in favor of more mature ones.

The Modem Library
Because every system or platform is different, the needs of a software based modem change. Therefore we are attempting to construct a library of modem functionality with back-end modulator / demodulator details transparent to the user. Each important protocol supported (i.e. WinMOR, PACTOR I, PSK, or ALE) is part of this module. All supported protocols will depend on the sound card engine contained in the modem functionality used by the GUI application RMSLink.

The Network Library
Just as with the modem functionality, the network functionality has been contained in one library that will support network activity (e.g. email and telnet).

Your feedback is important for future development. If you find bugs, please report the bugs in the Tracker so they can be fixed. If there is a feature you would like to see, post it on the forums. Please be specific and detailed. Otherwise contact the development team directly.

Windows users should have XP SP3 minimum, with IE7 or IE8 (IE8 or IE9 on Windows 7). Linux users should have Ubuntu 10.04 minimum or any other POSIX Linux system later than Jan 2010 (KERNEL 2.6.4+). A 16 bit stereo soundcard, onboard chipset, or external computer interface with soundcard is required (see the minimum requirements on the site for WinMOR ).


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About this project:

This is the OpenMOR project ("openmor")

This project was registered on on May 13, 2009, and is described by the project team as follows:

UI RMSLink and software defined modem for transmission of data over HF Radio Written in C++. Support for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X Will leverage existing open source code for basic channel implementation of multiple modes including WinMor, PACTOR-I.

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