CONTROL YOUR RADIO REMOTELY
RigPi Station Server (RSS)
Remotely operate your Radio from anywhere in the World using a web browser, mobile phone, iPad, tablet, laptop, desktop or even a Kindle!
- Use nearly any transceiver with CAT control, old or new, no computer or computer knowledge needed..
- Operate all modes SSB, CW, FM, digital; any transceiver mode.
- Control your station from anywhere via the internet using any browser; radio, rotor, CW keying, VoIP, digital modes, logging, spot monitoring, callbook lookups and much much more.
What else can you do?
- Operate digital modes including FT8 and RTTY, WSJT-X, FlDigi are already installed!
- Look-up call signs using included FCC database or optional QRZ XML subscription.
- Monitor DX hotspots, watch for unworked or unconfirmed calls.
- Design and maintain multiple logs. Upload ADIF logs to ARRL LoTW server.
- Send CW from a mobile device, keyboard, or a paddle/bug.
- 32 programmable macros fives great control flexibility.
- Single click updating.
- I/Q Input for SDR radios.
- Onboard VoIP server gives outstanding 2-way radio.
- Includes email, word processing, spreadsheet programs.
- Modify and program RigPi Station Server features using a text editor.
Multi-Operators / Multi-Radios:
- Use any internet browser on Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Android, tablets and phones.
- You can open as many web pages you like on one or more devices (iPhone, tablets, laptops, etc)
- One browser can control a radio while a second can control another radio, etc.
- In addition to using a browser, you can use these apps: CommCat Mobile for iOS and CommCat for Windows.
What is the RigPi Station Server (RSS)?
- The RigPi Station Server (RSS) is a computer system that controls your station and handles on-the-air activities. simultaneously using any internet browser.
- It is a radical new way of station control using a server. It allows multiple users and radios to interact simultaneously using any internet browser.
- The RSS is a Raspberry Pi computer running Linux and RigPi Keyer and RigPi audio boards
- The RigPi Keyer board uses the K1EL WinKeyer3 integrated circuit for keyboard or paddle input
- The RigPi board is used for VoIP for remote operations, digital modes and I/Q spectral display (Panadapter)
- Th RSS radio/rotor control uses Hamlib, a library of over 200 radios and 30 rotors. It will be updated as new radios and rotors are released.