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This is the JT65-HF-HB9HQX-Edition project ("jt65hfhb9hqxedi")
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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 > http://jq1hdr.uzusionet.com/easypal_eng/index.html Characteristics: - Fast decoder (receiving interval is variable) - Log database (SQLite) or HRD logdatabase, DXKeeper, Log4om (SQLite), MixW2 - Dupe checking Optional: - 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
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