Remotely operate using any web browser on your mobile phone, iPad, tablet, laptop, desktop or even Kindle. The MFJ-1234 is as easy to use as 1-2-3. 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 more.
Here is what else you can do: Operate digital modes including FT8 and RTTY. WSJT-X, Fldigi are installed.
Look-up calls using the included FCC database or optional QRZ XML subscription.
Monitor DX spots and watch for unworked or unconfirmed calls.
Design, maintain multiple logs. Up-load ADIF logs to ARRL LoTW server.
Send Morse code from a mobile device, keyboard or paddle.
32 user programmable macros gives great control flexibility.
Has I/Q Input for SDR radios.
Onboard VoIP server gives outstanding 2-way audio.
Includes email, word processing and spreadsheet programs.
Thousands of Linux programs, including many for ham radio available.
Modify and program RigPi Station Server features using a text editor.
Multi-Operators, Multi-Radios Use any internet browser on Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Android, iOS, Linux computers, laptops, tablets and phones.
Open as many web pages as you like on one or more devices: iphone, tablets, laptops.
One browser can control a radio while a second can control another radio, etc.
Two or more hams from different locations can operate different radios at the same time using one MFJ-1234.
In addition to using a browser, you can use these apps: CommCat Mobile for iOS and CommCat for Windows.
What is the RSS?
RigPiTM Station Server (RSS) is a computer system that controls your station and handles on-the-air activities.
A radical new way of station control using a server. It allows multiple users and radios to interact simultaneously using any internet browser.
RSS is a Raspberry PiTM computer running Linux and RigPi Keyer, RigPi Audio boards.
RigPi Keyer board uses the K1EL WinKeyer3 IC for keyboard or paddle input.
RigPi Audio board is used for VoIP for remote operations, digital modes and l/Q spectral display (Panadaptor).
RSS radio and rotor control uses Hamlib, a library of over 200 radios and 30 rotors. Update when new radios/rotors are added.