Amateur Radio software for transmission/reception of
JT65 protocol on HF bands 2m - 160m.
Important note: The JT65 encoding and decoding routines, also used in WSJT, are developed by K1JT, Joe Taylor.
0.9.82.0 and higher cooperates with JT65-HF Image Controller from JQ1HDR
- Fast decoder (receiving interval is variable)
- Log database (SQLite) or HRD logdatabase, DXKeeper, Log4om (SQLite), MixW2
- Dupe checking
- Acoustic alert
- Adjust time via internet (SNTP)
- CAT with OmniRig, HamLib, HRD and Commander
- Windows with Station Infos, Band Statistics and Grids on map
- Callsign band and/or timestamp labels in waterfall display
JT65-HF Is (C) 2008...2011 J. C. Large - W6CQZ
Comfort-3 (C) 2012
WSJT is Copyright (C) 2001-2014 by Joe Taylor, K1JT
HB9HQX-Edition is (C) 2013-2015 HB9HQX
Staying in single decoder mode is still a problem. Once the program goes into single mode it never leaves that mode in my installation on Win 7, 64 bit unless the program is closed and reopened. Decoding seems to be excellent for me with the multi-decoder, with more decodes than previous versions side by side comparison. Using the Feb 4 download of the program.
Version 0.9.94.0 is awesome no issues and the new features work well solid decoding. I had two stations answer my CQ at the same time and both were decoded perfectly. I really don't know how you could improve on this version. Thank You Very much for your efforts and a Job Well Done. 73 Bill
Using last version 0.9.90.0 I'm facing with a problem of decoding... it appears when two overlaped signals is present on waterfall. Single signal of station is decoding correctly almost up to -25db. And blurry waterfall is less informative then classic.
This last version ( 0.9.94.0) has very good and fast decoder . Bravo HB9HQX !!!
Very fast decodeing, but misses many decodes, especially weak signals. Compared to JT65-HF and WSJT-X, it misses up to 50% of the decodes depending on the band and strength of signals. You will never get -26dB decodes with this software. It appears to not use the "K" decoder, so is only picking up strong signals.