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QUISK is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) transceiver that can control various radio hardware.

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QUISK is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) transceiver. You supply radio hardware that converts signals at the antenna to complex (I/Q) data at an intermediate frequency (IF). Data can come from a sound card, Ethernet or USB. Quisk then filters and demodulates the data and sends the audio to your speakers or headphones. For transmit, Quisk takes the microphone signal, converts it to I/Q data and sends it to the hardware.

Quisk can be used with SoftRock, Hermes Lite 2, HiQSDR, Odyssey and many radios that use the Hermes protocol. Quisk can connect to digital programs like Fldigi and WSJT-X. Quisk can be connected to other software like N1MM+ and software that uses Hamlib.

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