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.
FT8 Contest – WSJT-X Photo:EA2CCG “A one-hour “practice contest” will be held next week using the FT8 mode and the ARRL RTTY Roundup rules. Thursday, 27 September 0200-0259 UTC (Wednesday evening, NA time) Dial frequencies 7.078 and 14.078, everyone works everyone. To participate you must use WSJT-X 2.0. The Windows installation package is linked at the […] Read more
See More about New FT4 Here “At about 20 minutes into the presentation, Joe describes FT4 as being asynchronous, meaning that you can start transmitting any time you wish, rather than being synchronized to an accurate clock. That asynchronous method did not work out as well as expected in on-the-air testing, and was abandoned. The […] Read more
“An amazing new mode for quickly communicating around the world with low power and simple antennas. In this video Jim uses exterior holiday or Christmas Lights as the antenna!” Read more
Changes from WSJT-X Version 1.9.0-rc3 include the following: – Corrected a number of flaws in Fox and Hound behavior, FT8 DXpedition Mode – Decoded CQ calls where a prefix has been used as a suffix should have the DXCC entity name assigned correctly in almost all cases – Improved AFC capability for the wider JT65 […] Read more
This comprehensive video explains the concept behind amateur radio digital modes and describes the hardware and cabling required to get started. This video lays the groundwork for future, in-depth videos that will demonstrate RTTY, PSK31, JT65, and Winlink. Read more