JT65 en JT9 en FT8 zijn digimodes die nog niet bij iedere zendamateur bekend zijn. Met deze modes is het mogelijk om met beperkte antennes en vermogen DX te maken. Zo valt er op een simpele Endfed antenne en 5 Watt vermogen elke morgen wel met Australie te werken bij normale condities.

Wanneer je veel landen op veel banden gewerkt hebt, wordt het echter moeilijker om bij te houden welke DXCC’s een nieuwe band voor je zijn, of wellicht geheel nieuw (voor de mode). Of heb je ze al wel gewerkt, maar zijn ze nog niet bevestigd met papieren QSL of via Logbook of the World. Down under bedacht VK3AMA hetzelfde en ontwikkelde een plug-in die een brug slaat tussen je logbook en de JT65-applicaties. En zo werd JT-alert geboren.

JT-alert is te downloaden op HamApps.com en is gratis te gebruiken. Het werkt samen met JT65-HF en WSJT-X en kan overweg met MixW, Ham Radio Deluxe, Log4OM en DXLab DXKeeper. Naast het bijhouden van gewerkte en/of bevestigde landen en banden kan de applicatie ook ingesteld worden om een melding te geven bij een nieuwe CQ-zone, US State of Grid.

 

JTAlert users who want to use the new WSJT-X FT8 mode need to update their JTAlert version to 2.10.1 or later.

Earlier versions of JTAlert don’t recognize the new FT8 mode. This will cause logging and spotting of the wrong mode, either as JT9 or T10 depending on how old the JTAlert version. 

 

Provides several audio and visual alert types based on decoded Callsigns within JT65-HF and WSJT-X.

    • Audio and visual alerts for several alert conditions
      • Your Callsign decoded (someone calling you)
      • CQ & QRZ
      • Wanted Callsign
      • Wanted Prefix (by Ban/Mode)
      • Wanted Grid (by Band/Mode)
      • Wanted US State (by Band/Mode)
      • Wanted DXCC (by Band/Mode)
      • Wanted CQ Zone (by Band/Mode)
      • Wanted Continent (by Band/Mode)
      • Wanted CQ Marathon (by Band/Mode)

 

    • Automatic logging to these log types when QSO is logged in JT65-HF or WSJT-X
      • DXLab DXKeeper
      • ACLog
      • Log4OM
      • HRD Log V5
      • Standard ADIF 2.2 file
      • MixW CSV file

 

    • Various Web Services Supported
      • Online XML Callsign Database lookup. QRZ.com (paid) and HamQTH (free)
      • Upload logged QSO to Online Logbooks. ClubLog.org and HRDLog.net
      • Upload all decoded Callsigns with frequency and Signal report to HamSpots.net

 

    • Works with DXLab applications
      • Automatic log to DXKeeper when JT65-HF or WSJT-X QSO is logged
      • Automatic post decoded Callsigns to SpotCollector (local spots)
      • DXKeeper lookup of previous QSOs with decoded Callsign
      • Send Callsign to Pathfinder for lookup

 

  • Supports user-selectable Sound Card
  • Each audio alert type has independent volume setting & wave file
  • LoTW and eQSL membership flagging of decoded callsigns
  • Band Tracking or alerts. 160m to 2m, including 60m
  • Disable audio alert for “Worked B4” stations on current Band
  • Automatic “Worked B4” flagging of previous QSOs
  • Scan your log to update needs lists for alerting (US State, DXCC, CQZones, etc)
  • Dockable to bottom or top of JT65-HF and WSJT-X window
  • Bring JT65-HF or WSJT-X window to front of other windows on alert activation
  • Auto start & close of JT65-HF, WSJT-X and other applications on JTAlert start & close
  • Send TX Power and current QSO partner data “Name, Callsign & No. Bands worked” to JTMacros for dynamic macros

 

Changelog:

Changes:

  • Settings will now show a “JTAlert requires a restart” popup message when the file for ADIF or MIXW logging is changed.
  • Miscellaneous internal code changes to improve responsiveness.
  • Additional debugging data to help diagnose some of the random errors encountered by some users, especially those using underpowered PCs.

 

Fixes:

  • Non-US States/Provinces, when available from an XML lookup or previous QSO in the log, not being logged. This affected all supported loggers.
  • US Counties, when available from an XML lookup or previous QSO in the log, not being logged to MIXW log.
  • Random non-clearing and appending of current period Callsigns to the end of the last (non-cleared) period callsigns. On some slower PCs combined with a busy Band, this could happen for a number of consecutive periods.
  • A random defect where the number of display lines in the Decodes History window was increasing over time, rather than being automatically trimmed as new decodes were added.

 

Besturingssystemen:  Windows 7 tot Windows 10
Website:  http://hamapps.com/
Download HamApps JTAlert :  https://dnl.hamapps.com/JTAlert/HamApps_JTAlert_2.12.2_Setup.exe
Download Callsign Database v2018.07.13 :   https://dnl.hamapps.com/Databases/HamApps_Databases_2018.07.13_Setup.exe
Download HamApps Sounds v2.5.1 :  http://dnl.hamapps.com/Sounds/HamApps_Sounds_2.5.1_Setup.exe
Licentietype:   Freeware
Bron:  HamApps.com

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