WSJT-X 1.8.0 GA Released

Yesterday evening, SNT, K1JT announced through the development groups e-mail reflector that the GA-version of WSJT-X 1.8.0 had been released. The changes from the RC3 version was only minor things and a full list of changes can be found in the release notes. To download WSJT-X 1.8.0, visit the WSJT-webiste. The job of doing the…Read more WSJT-X 1.8.0 GA Released


Addition to the portable kit..

Last spring I completed my portable kit for digimodes on HF to be used during the summer of 2016. Unfortunately I didn't got to use the kit as much as I wanted due to family activities and work, so the kit was mostly just in standby. However, I´ve promised myself to be more active this spring…Read more Addition to the portable kit..

Weak signal communication, JT65 and JT9…

I promised earlier that I would do a short presentation of the JT65 and JT9 modes. Well, here it is.    Light technical presentation JT65 JT65 was created by K1JT, Joseph Taylor, a radio astronomer and also a Nobel prize winner in 1993, mainly for EME (Earth Moon Earth) communication or moon bounce at VHF frequencies…Read more Weak signal communication, JT65 and JT9…

Antenna addition..

As I wrote in my last post I've started using a new exciting mode on HF, but that's not the only thing that's new. A friend of mine,  also a hamradio operator, was getting rid of one of his vertical antennas. As I've mode some experiments with a homebuilt quarterwave vertical before and was a…Read more Antenna addition..

Sharing the knowledge..

A few months ago I was contacted by the secretary of our local Ham Radio club, SK7JC, and asked if I could arrange a presentation of Digital modes on HF for the regional meeting for the Swedish national Amature radio accosiation in Karlshamn. The club had been appointed to host the meeting and was looking for…Read more Sharing the knowledge..