Here you will find a selection of my downloads or links. Use the Menu above to choose the appropriate section.


The above zip file contains all you need to run your own RTTY software comparison using the techniques I described in the June 2018 edition of Practical Wireless.

Data Modes Audio Samples

The above files provide examples of a wide variety of data modes and can be used to train your ear or to test decoders.

8 thoughts on “Downloads

  1. I recently purchased your book for Radio Amateurs and decided to install Motioneye. All went well until the login invitation was seen. I failed to make progress so last week I bought your pre-loaded version of Motioneye for a Pi3. No matter what I input, IP address, user, pi or even the password for my BT Router, the software rejects all. What is the correct ‘login’ please?

    1. Hi Eric,
      Apologies for the slow response. You don’t need to log in to the Pi at all as it will only give you a command line prompt. To see the main program interface and controls you access MotioneyeOS through a web browser using your Pi IP address. You can use any computer on your local network to do this. Once you get to the web page you can login with admin and no password.



  2. Hi Mike,

    I have purchased your book “Raspberry Pi explained for Radio Amateurs”
    I wonder if you have any images for sale which include a means for automated wxsat reception.
    I have installed WXTOIMG and have it decoding using Cubic SDR and an Airspy Dongle but I have to manually change the frequencies. I have installed SOCAT and created a pair of /dev/tty ports as per your book. Cubic SDR can see the ports but WXTOIMG cannot so I can’t get it to work.
    Wonder if you can help?

    1. Hi Mike, Thanks for buying my book, I hope you find it useful. I haven’t tried what you’re attempting but I’ll have a go next week and see if I can help. Regards, Mike – G4WNC

  3. Hi Mike,

    We have a card from you works great. My friend radio amateur did something wrong and from our original card all frequencies in JTDX are missing. can you give me an idee how to get it back ( or perhaps a new download ?? His call is PA0JCA he bought it by you from Aalsmeer, my call is PE1BSB. and i have a copy. Regards William

    1. Hi William – I’ve replied directly to your email. Mike

  4. Hi Mike,
    Sorry to be a pain but I cannot find the front and rear panel .pdf’s for the nano Keyer. Can you advise me where they are please? I have looked over your site!

    1. Hi Gwyn,

      Apologies for the inconvenience. I’ve been out of the country and forgot to post it before I left. You can find the info here

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