Perseus owners - Hoka decoding

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Some of you may recognize the Dutch firm of Hoka, who years ago made DOS based HF decoding software, and now has their Code 300-32, which is really marketed to the professionals.

However just recently I learned about a new package - Code 3-32 - which is marketed directly to Perseus owners, as not only does it supposedly interface with that SDR, but it also decodes numerous modes. The link is here...

http://www.hoka.net/products/code3-32p.html

Looking over the list of modes, I must admit I was kinda shocked to see so many old ones that, at least on the UDXF, hasn't been reported in years (FEC-S is a case in point). It would seem that this is one step forward, 2 steps back...

Anyway although it's likely to be less pricey than its professional version, don't be shocked by the price - if you have a weak heart, I'd suggest taking your meds before looking at this website. Their offerings are always rather pricey

Consider yourself warned...:lol:

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I first discovered Hoka about ten years ago in the back of a magazine. Wanted it really bad, but got Skysweeper Pro instead. Maybe one day I'll have a use for Hoka. Wish Skysweeper would run in 64 bit OS though....
 
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With a starting price for Hoku at ~$6000, I figure this hobby would have to pay better to justify that! I'm a digi-modes fan, but for that price, it's WAY down on the list of "must have".
 
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