Pi – Data Modes

(6 customer reviews)


Upgraded to work with the new Pi-4B!

My popular Data Modes microSD card includes the latest version of all the popular Linux Data Modes applications on a single card. Here’s what’s included:


NB: This card will run on the following Pi models: Pi-4B, Pi-3B+, Pi-3B, Pi-3A+

All cards are individually tested prior to despatch and are supplied with 8 pages of printed instructions. I even provide direct support if you get stuck!

SKU: RP01 Category:



**** Updated for Pi-4B ****


After years of supplying ready-to-go SD cards to the radio amateur market, I have now combined several of the best data modes applications on one micro SD card. The cards are designed to get you and your Pi3B, 3B+, 3A+ or 4B on the air as easily as possible and come with printed instructions covering the hardware and software setup.

The following data modes applications are included:

  • WSJT-x
  • FLmesg
  • FLrig
  • JTDX

All software packages are pre-configured to operate on the Pi3B, 3B+, 3A+ or 4B  – all you have to do is enter your station details!

Each card is individually tested before dispatch to ensure first-time success when you power-up. If you are unlucky enough to have a problem, I’m here to provide support.

The software is normally supplied on a 16GB, class 10, micro-SD Card but the exact card depends on availability.

Shipping is FREE within the UK and £3 for the rest of the World.

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6 reviews for Pi – Data Modes

  1. tats w fuse

    do you have any BBB version?

    • admin

      Sorry but no. Mike – G4WNC

  2. Tony Bunner (verified owner)

    FLDIGI & FLMSG work great with my sound modem/VOX setup on both my Mobile and HT. I haven’t tried the SSTV but look forward to trying it on the next ISS broadcast. Great instructions and very fast shipping to USA.

    • admin

      Hi Tony,

      Glad to hear it’s all working well for you. It’s always nice to get some positive feedback 🙂

  3. Rich, FN13

    Works like a dream. WJST-X running and now working on FLDIGI. Why reinvent the wheel. Much easier for twelve bucks than downloading all the included software.

    • Mike Richards

      Hi Rich. Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback. Glad you’re enjoying the card. Mike – G4WNC

  4. John (verified owner)

    DE: WB9JPH

    Outstanding! Works well in all respects AND Mike’s printed directions were awesome.

    Having a bit of a problem with LOTW (not data card related) I got TQSL installed (I think) but it only runs if I log into ARRL site. I imported my logbook certificate which can be seen but not accessed in any regard.

    Finally I can’t tell the LOTW configuration page in FLDigi where or how to find TQSL.

    I’m so new to the Pi I don’t even know what questions to ask. HELP

    • Mike Richards

      Hi John,

      Glad to hear you’ve found the Data Modes card useful. I’ve not used TQSL but a look through the install instructions suggests you’ll find the files in /usr/local and /usr/local/include


      Mike – G4WNC
      Here’s a copy of the install instructions:
      2) Building under Linux/Unix

      The quick answer:

      From the parent directory
      cmake .
      make install

      That will install the library and applications under /usr/local. It
      also will install the needed header files under /usr/local/include.
      Configuration and help files will be installed in /usr/local/share.

      You can change the install location via:
      cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/foo/bar .

  5. John Scott (verified owner)

    Thanks Mike,
    Excellent, clear instuctions and everything works well.
    73 John GM0WRR.

  6. Erwin Seyssens

    Hi Mike,

    do you have a card with WSJT-X 2.1.0 version?

    73 de Erwin ON5UN

    • Mike Richards

      Hi Erwin,

      Apologies for the delayed response, I’ve been out of the country. My DataModes card includes WSJT-X 2.1.0


      Mike – G4WNC

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