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  1. IZ4CZL

    IZ4CZL Ham Member

    Hi all,
    I have tested all software for terrestrial JT65A and in my opinion the best is
    JT65-HF.
    JT65-HF is the only that receive and decode all trasmissions made in the same minute......it's great!!!
    You can download JT65-HF1051.zip on:
    http://www.iz4czl.ucoz.com
    73 de Alex, IZ4CZL
     
  2. KA5C

    KA5C Ham Member QRZ Page

    terrestrial JT65A

    It sounds like dehydrated water, to me. I have lots of dehydrated water for sale...if anyone is interested. Just email me.

    72+0.5,

    Mike
     
  3. AB1JM

    AB1JM Ham Member QRZ Page


    Alex,

    I agree with you. It is great software. I have had a great time using JT65A on 20m. I have posted some information about my experiences so far with this mode on my blog. I would really like to see how well it does on the lower bands but there is not as much activity there.
     
  4. KN4OK

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  5. G0GQK

    G0GQK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Let me say I know nothing about this software, is it used for proper contacts giving name, QTH, IOTA, IARU locator. county and a few pleasantries, or is it a basic data transmission ?

    G0GQK
     
  6. AB1JM

    AB1JM Ham Member QRZ Page


    This mode only allows for very basic exchanges... callsign - locator - report... You can enter any text but only 13 characters and it takes a full minute to send that. But what this mode lacks in speed it makes up in s/n. I have made contacts with signals as low as -27dB s/n level. Personally I prefer being able to "rag-chew" a bit but this is still a fun mode and it gives hams with limited antenna systems a chance at working DX that they would not have otherwise been able to.

    73,
    Steve - AB1JM
    http://nhham.blogspot.com/
     
  7. W4HM

    W4HM XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Lower Bands

    I used it on 3576 KC yesterday evening, my first 80 meter contatct on JT65A. Now I just need 160 meters!
     
  8. AB1JM

    AB1JM Ham Member QRZ Page


    Would you be interested in trying a 160m QSO sometime with me? NH-FL may be a stretch with my limited setup but it may be fun to try it.

    73,
    Steve - AB1JM
    http://nhham.blogspot.com/
     
  9. WD8KNI

    WD8KNI Ham Member QRZ Page

    I think we should drop call signs, and use the IP address assigned to our computer. We can then drop the "I" from the "I" worked part of all conversations. But we can say "MY Computer" worked 5 continents, 300 countries, dam I a proud of my computers skills.
    This is worse then all of the hunter nets. 25 times a guy asks for a call repeat, then finally gets it right, then reports a 59 and gets another county.. It would take another 1000 repeats if they all didn't report 59..
    "I worked a lot of DX on 40" I work it every night on CW.. Fred
     
  10. W6MQI

    W6MQI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yea... Yea... Yea... I think you need to refill your Greitol your getting grummpy again.
     
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