HAM Radio is one of the most thrilling and traditional methods of exploring and tapping into another world of transmitted communications. Famed for its association with pirate radio and other such peculiar non-commercial communications, its been an accessible source of interest for amateurs and musicians for many years. The DigiLink Nano is a device which allows you to access such transmissions from the comfort of your computer and rig, developed by an aficionado of radio communications who’s been doing it since 1995.
The DigiLink Nano allows you to use your computer to run any digital HAM Radio mode, including PSK31, RTTY, FT-4/FT-8/JT-9/JT-65, Olivia and more, with an existing scanner. Its compact design, solid build quality, and affordable cost make it an accessible device for tuning into the airwaves – separating your system from any ground loops or RF interference using galvanic separation! Used by amateurs to communicate on spectrum reserved for the hobby, HAM Radio has grown in prominence thanks to artists like Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner.
Who knows what you might find going on in your town, once you’ve scanned the airwaves! The DigiLink Nano is sold by HB9ZHK, who are based in Switzerland and selling this as their first product! See the video below for a demo of it in action.