WSJT setup procedure

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This step by step procedure describes how to setup (install) the WSJT program on a Windows PC. The procedure was made for version 5.9.0 of the program, but it should be nearly the same in newer versions.

After having downloaded the WSJT setup program to a folder of your PC you simply have to double-click on it to begin the installation procedure.

In the "Welcome" window click the "Next" button

Next window allows to select the folder of the hard disk where the program will be installed. Unless you have some reason to change it you should accept the folder offered by default by clicking on the "Next" button.

Click "Next" again...

And now we are ready to begin the installation. Click the "Install" button.

The setup program will start copying files, showing the following window.

And finally click the "Finish" button

Now the program is installed and you will have a link to the WSJT program in you "Start" menu. Use it to run WSJT.

     WSJT info  >>  Program setup       Initial configuration       PC to radio Interface
     JT65B info >>  Guide for beginners       QSO example #1       QSO example #2
 
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3 user comments


#3 - DL9PU-MEHMED KOLOS - 12/Jan/2012 - 21:01
sehr schön,big 73. from DL9PU

#2 - Gabriel / EA6VQ - 06/Apr/2011 - 17:42
Eso es el nivel de señal. en decibelios -12 significa -12 dB

#1 - Marcelo - LU4AHR - 05/Apr/2011 - 23:12
Muchas gracias Gabriel por estas explicaciones. Me han servido para comprender el intercambio de info entre estaciones y el código utilizado. Tengo una pregunta, he visto en HF (JT65A) reportar R-12, en vez de p.ej. RO, qué significa ese "-12"?. Gracias otra vez. 73, buenos DX ... y mis felicitaciones

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