ITP: linsim -- Amateur Radio Digital Mode Evaluation Tool

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ITP: linsim -- Amateur Radio Digital Mode Evaluation Tool

KI7MT
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Greg Beam <[hidden email]>

* Package name    : linsim
  Version         : 2.0.0
  Upstream Author : Dave Freese
* URL             : http://www.w1hkj.com/
* License         : (GPL-3)
  Programming Lang: (C, C++)
  Description     : Amateur Radio Digital Mode Evaluation Tool

Linsim is a computer program intended as a tool for Amateur Radio
Digital Mode evaluation under varying HF propagation conditions.

-Density variations versus altitude in the ionosphere
-Magnetic-ionic effects that cause polarization-dependent paths
-Non-uniformity of the ionospheric layers


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Re: Bug#775464: ITP: linsim -- Amateur Radio Digital Mode Evaluation Tool

Christoph Berg-2
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Re: ki7mt 2015-01-16 <[hidden email]>

> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Greg Beam <[hidden email]>
>
> * Package name    : linsim
>   Version         : 2.0.0
>   Upstream Author : Dave Freese
> * URL             : http://www.w1hkj.com/
> * License         : (GPL-3)
>   Programming Lang: (C, C++)
>   Description     : Amateur Radio Digital Mode Evaluation Tool
>
> Linsim is a computer program intended as a tool for Amateur Radio
> Digital Mode evaluation under varying HF propagation conditions.
>
> -Density variations versus altitude in the ionosphere
> -Magnetic-ionic effects that cause polarization-dependent paths
> -Non-uniformity of the ionospheric layers

Hi Greg,

there seems to be a ready package in git, but it was never uploaded:

https://salsa.debian.org/debian-hamradio-team/linsim

Does packaging it still make sense? Do you still intend to maintain it?

Christoph