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|jt65-hf_dll - Source||2017-06-01||0|
|readme - jt65 - 4.9.6.md||2017-06-09||11.7 kB||19|
|Manual rev 02 HB9HQX-Edition 4.9.pdf||2017-04-08||5.5 MB||19|
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The program is mainly based on W6CQZ, Joe Large's JT65-HF (Menu About JT65-HF). It follows the same philosophy as the original, though many portions of the program has been recoded. The library libWSJT3 with core functions (e.g. for message pack and unpack, encode and decode, modulation and demodulation, signal conditioning, filtering, interference suppression, passband flattening and other DSP tasks), also used in WSJT, are developed by K1JT, Joe Taylor. W6CQZ has modified some tasks to use in his JT65-HF. I have myself modified some parts of this software to optimize JT65-HF HB9HQX-Edition. Thank you very much K1JT and W6CQZ for that excellent code, written in FORTRAN and C.
The two databases JT65-Log.sqlite and config.sqlite from previous versions remains in subdirectory JT65-HB9HQX\Appfiles.
Configure > Station
Insert your call and your grid in the appropriate fields (yellow background color).
Configure > Internet > Time synchronization
Choose your preferred time server (Host URL) on the panel Settings and mark the checkbox Activate SNTP.
Configure > Internet > Weblogs > eQSL
Fill in your account data and and mark the checkbox Activate real-time upload.
Configure > PTT
Set PTT via to PTT port.
Choose the proper PTT port or disable it.
If PTT port is enabled, choose the control line on the panel PTT line (RTS or DTR).
Configure > KVASD
Read the EULA.
If you agree with the EULA: You can install this additional decoder by a click on the button I agree.
Don't forget to click on the button Save Configuration to close the window.
Mainwindow > Dial QRG kHz
The empty text field has a yellow background color. Select the proper Dial QRG from the combobox or type the QRG in the text field.
You can find a lot of additional settings on the windows Configuration and Settings.
If you have no experience with the HB9HQX-Edition, read the Manual, available on the download page (Browse all Files).
Two windows are used to configure the program or change settings.
- The window Configuration interrupts the program (e.g. the display of time and date is stopped).
- The window Settings.
Easy to use, (semiautomatic) one click on a row in the receive list or on one of the buttons (CQ to Free Text) suffices.
The dxcc entity Palau haD the wrong (outdated) dxcc prefix KC6. Now i have replaced it (in the database dxcc.sqlite) with the correct prefix T8.
JT65-Log: A new fatal bug (>= 4.7) in the window "Insert QSO" is fixed.
Modified code for refresh and save the receive list (with max. 200 rows).
All messages with (station call and grid) are spoted to pskreporter.info, without any limitation.
Two bugs in the dxcc database are fixed: Missing Antarctica (13), and wrong ID for Reunion Island (543 instead of 453).
The information window reads the dxcc entity of an existing call from the temporary log database, rather to determine it from the call prefix.
The dxcc label on the information window is replaced with an edit field. You can change the entry in that field. Type either the correct dxcc prefix or the unique adif dxcc id, e.g. 13 for Antarctica (CE9). Finish editing with the enter or the tab key (or click with the left mouse button on an other edit field).
The dxcc prefix field on the log window (and the Edit > JT65-Log window) are also editable and has the same behavior like the dxcc field on the information window.
New Button "Browse: eQSL.cc Login" on the tab Configure > Internet > Weblogs > eQSL
Minor modifications in the jt65-hf.dll
A Bug with lower case operator names like "Beat" instead of "BEAT" is fixed.
A few bugs in the database file dxcc.sqlite are fixed. Please send me all bugreports, e.g. missing dxcc countries.
The logprogram DXKeeper uses for some countries other DXCC prefixes as this program, e.g. EW instead of EU for Belarus. This bug is fixed.
Now the program recognizes all received combinations from CQ AA to CQ ZZ as CQ DX calls.
Ugly behavior: A second click on a row in the receive list could overwrite a slashed call with the same unslashed in the logfield Station.
This bug is fixed.
Logging a QSO refreshes the 6 windows Grids on map. On the zoomed maps, the new grids are shown as a filled rectangle. Many thanks to Peter HB9BUN for the suggestion and bugreport (DXCC prefixes in DXKeeper).
Grids on map: Two grids side by side are separated by one pixel of space.
New Free Text macro * = Log QSO (after change from Generated Text to individual text).
Now, the length of Free Text" is displayed on a label above the text field. If macros are present, the length is calculated with actual call and/or name.
Be careful: The transmitted text is always truncated to 13 chars!
Two additional radio buttons Focus order -dB (Settings > Buttons), > RRR > Free Text and > Free Text. The user has more options to end a QSO after CQ.
Improved configuration of HRD Logbook. Additional file open dialog to search the file LogbookDatabase.xml (if not saved in one of the standard directories).
The configuration and the settings windows has a new design (additional panels with grey background color on all tabs).
The program provides all versions (>= 5.97) of Swisslog.
For bugreports, questions and suggestions use the Support forum
Brig, June 9, 2017 Beat Oehrli, HB9HQX (hb9hqx at uska . ch)