Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Maybe they replied but the high noise level makes it not possible to make a QSO. Despite the excellent software such as JTDX. I like Hamspots.net because I can see where I am spotted, just like RBN for CW.
It's a kind of consolation.
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Today I installed the new version of JTDX 17.5.1 On 40 meter I worked IZ3YPS and HA7XC with JT9. Conditions were not too great. In the afternoon I turned on my rig for JT9 on 20 meter. I made a QSO with TA1IFV from Asiatic Turkey. 2083 km. The benefit of JTDX is mainly for decoding JT65A. For JT9 it's the same as WSJT-X.