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An adaptation of Joe Taylor's (K1JT) WSJT program to provide enhanced usability on the high frequency amateur radio bands, direct support for the W6CQZ RB network and, possibly, a starting point for development of variant JT modes that will offer features focused upon HF band usage versus the primarily VHF/EME - VHF/Meteor Scatter focus of WSJT.

Please note that this project is only related to the WSJT project by its use of code generated by the WSJT developers. This project is an entirely separate effort and, as such, any issues/questions/support queries related to w6cqz-hf-wsjt should only be posted within this project scope.

This project would not exist without the efforts of K1JT and the other developers of WSJT. For information about WSJT please see the WSJT home page at;

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amateurradio hf jt65 jt65a rbnetwork

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