Release Notes: The server has a new DTMF decoder and a new tone detector. The SpanDSP library is no longer required. The RemoteTrx protocol has been improved with audio compression and authentication. The EchoLink module is now able to register itself on the EchoLink "link status" page. APRS functionality has been added so that position and other useful info can be sent to the APRS network. Qtel has three new translations: German, Spanish, and Italian. A number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The most important change in this release is internal. Most of the audio handling code in SvxLink has been rewritten. This has made it possible to implement a couple of new features and will make it easier to implement audio related features in the future. Other changes include a remote transmitter via TCP/IP, usage of left/right stereo channels as two mono channels, a signal level based squelch type, and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for remote receivers linked over the Internet has been added. To be able to use multiple receivers, a simple signal strength detector was implemented. CTCSS tone transmit has been implemented and the CTCSS squelch detector has been improved, which makes it possible to run SvxLink with the squelch open. DTMF muting and squelch tail elimination has been added, and there are a couple of other changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A serious bug in the networking code that caused the SvxLink Server to crash or hang was fixed. A new module for handling voice mail was added.
Release Notes: The repeater controller logic has now been thoroughly tested and is considered stable. A new event handling subsystem written in TCL makes it easy to customize the behaviour of the software at different events. Also, it is now possible to connect two logic cores together to form a link between, for example, two repeaters.
Release Notes: The repeater controller logic has been tested for more than a month without any major problems. A couple of small audio issues still remain to be solved. External hardware squelch (COS: Carrier Operated Squelch) can now be used. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Most development effort has gone into the SvxLink server for this release. In Qtel, there are only small changes and bugfixes. The biggest news in the SvxLink server is the addition of EchoLink conferencing. That is, multiple EchoLink stations are now able to connect to the same node. Another new feature is the anti-flutter mode in the DTMF detector.
Release Notes: ALSA OSS emulation is now better supported. Only small changes were made to the Qtel application. The SvxLink server now supports repeater logic (alpha quality), CTCSS decoding, an improved DTMF detector, and improved sound clips.