This is my modification to psk31lx. It was originally written by
Hansi, DL9RDZ, and was the first psk program for Linux. It's psk code has
been used by most of the other Linux PSK programs.
Psk31lx uses ncurses instead of a graphical interface. That means you
can run it in a terminal window. In fact, you don't even need to have
the X window system running. It will run fine on a dumb terminal or a
Linux system booted into single user mode.
The original program only had a phase scope. This made tuning a PSK
signal difficult. In this version, I've added a spectrum display that
makes tuning much easier.