Freeware program written by W7AY - retired Apple Programmer - it is a great program
(Transmitted Text shown in Blue)
Frequency in Xcrv 1 - indicated by the Green line
cocoaModem 2.0 in PSK31 Mode
The Tabletop mode allows you to decode multiple PSK-31 signals at the same time. This is useful to find a station sending out CQ. On the right hand side of the display is the audio frequency. Highlight on of the signal, double click on it and it will then be in Xtrv 1 box and sets your Xcvr 1 area so you will be on the right frequency for a reply.
Xcvr 2 Area
Xcrv 1 Area
Transmit Area & Buffer
Screen and Areas on the Display
Called Station's - Call & Name
The Configuration Screen is where you set up the sound card Inputs / Outputs to the program. Be sure and check the different channels (L or R). One will probably give you a stronger signal than the other. Also you will have to click the upper left corner 'State' and make sure it is "Active" if not you will not get any input to the program and everything is blank.
Tranmitting Macro - Answering CQ
MACRO Editting page
You can enter several sets (3) of 12 Macros. The Macro will be sent when you click on the Macro name at the bottom of the page. This will save you a lot of time typing. It uses some codes to insert data, example; %C is the Callsign of the other station and %c is your callsign. Code will also turn on the transceiver to Transmit Mode %[tx] to send the Macro, and then switch to Receive Mode %[rx].
User Info sheet
User Info Sheet is where you will enter your Data; Call sign, QTH etc. It will also give you the codes to use them in Macros. It also contains a Brag File which you can also send.
cocoaModem 2.0 - Digital Mode Software for the MAC