On this episode, Christian visits with Jason, W3AAX. Jason is the North American Coordinator of the Worldwide Flora and Fauna program. We also get and introduction to the JT65 mode, and we learn what it was like to learn the code in the military.
Joe Taylor, K1JT, Steve Franke, K9AN, and Bill Somerville, G4WJS April 22, 2019 Introduction: FT4 is an experimental digital mode designed specifically for radio contesting. Like FT8, it uses fixed-length transmissions, structured messages with formats optimized for minimal QSOs, and strong forward error correction. T/R sequences are 6 seconds long, so FT4 is 2.5 × […] Read more
FT8 is exploding! 1#popular HamRadio digital mode In this episode of the No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast, Tom, KB5RF, and I explore the exciting developments in the FT8 world and speculate on what’s going to happen in the future with this very popular digital mode. There are lots of FT8 resources on the […] Read more
In December, Joe Taylor, K1JT, released the latest version (1.7) of his WSJT-X software suite, designed to facilitate basic Amateur Radio communication using very weak signals (WSJT stands for “Weak Signal communication by K1JT”). Version 1.7 included the new modes MSK144 and QRA64, as well as ISCAT (ionospheric scatter). MSK144 and QRA64 (and QRA64A) are […] Read more
Aug 14, 2017: Update to TQSL configuration file released (config.xml v11.1) — Config.xml version 11.1 has been released. This is an update release containing additions made since the release of config.xml 10.5 The changes in config.xml 11.1 are: In the Modes enumeration following approval and realease of ADIF v3.0.6 on 13 August 2017, added entries […] Read more