There is currently no Linux version, but the Windows version runs quite well using wine, the windows "emulator". More details can be found here. The first job of RXCLUS was historically to monitor a packet radio frequency, without requiring a connection, and to extract from the data flow the information coming from the DX-Cluster system to display it in a special window. The program can still do that, but it learned doing many more things and today most people use it to connect to DX-Cluster nodes using packet-radio or telnet. Just click on the underlined keywords to view some screen shots which should demonstrate better then words some of the functions of this software. Please note that most screen shots were captured on a Windows XP machine.
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Radio amateur activities Clusters and Packet Radio. If you want to succeed in trying to work a rare DX or a special call sign, it is sometimes very useful to read news about current DX-peditions and other activations, the ones to come, and to log their period of activity in your logger calendar in order to be alerted once they will be QRV. Your national ham radio magazine as well as DX Network can provide you such an information and much more. But this information is rarely available in real-time.
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