EasyPal software uses the DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) encoding to allow the sending of image files over voice channels and is the work of Erik VK4AES (SK RIP). The program started after the unfortunate loss of source code for his previous HamPal SSTV program which was destroyed after storm activity.
The EasyPal GUI (graphical user interface) was written with Delphi and compiled on Windows. It works best when run on a two GHz or faster CPU with Windows. Although less stable, it should run on most fast computers with Windows latest releases. It is designed to be easy to setup and use. DRM as used in EasyPal, allows very fast data transmissions with error correction, enabling very accurate decoding, and a means to request missing blocks, this is all done within EasyPal, and very simple to do. Images up to 1280x1024 are sent in a little over 1 minute, Easypal does compress images to shorten transmission times, but you have the ability to adjust the compression if unwanted material is present in the image.