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NAME

       wsjtx, jt9 - Weak signal communications program.

SYNOPSIS

       wsjtx [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       wsjtx is a weak signal communications program supporting several operating modes: JT65,
       JT9, JT4 and WSPR (wsjtx version 1 supported JT9 only).

       WSJT-X home page
           http://www.physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/K1JT/wsjtx.html

       WSJT-X User’s Guide

       An alternative JT65 decoder executable kvasd for i386 Ubuntu is available at
       http://www.physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/K1JT/kvasd . This decoder is not open-source, is
       not included in the wsjtx package, and is not required for JT65 decoding.

OPTIONS

       -r, --rig-name[=RIGNAME]
           Enable multiple instances of the wsjtx(1) application to run concurrently. Each
           RIGNAME must be unique. One instance may use no RIGNAME. If this option is not
           supplied then only one instance of wsjtx(1) may be run at any time.

       -v, --version
           Display the application version.

       -h,--help
           Display usage information.

       --test-mode
           When this option is provided all writable files will be placed in a special test
           location (~/.qttest). This option is only for application testing and is not designed
           for normal operations.  Use with caution.

FILES

       Most of the following files are in a directory path containing the directory name WSJT-X[
       - RIGNAME] which indicates the value of the command line option --rig-name=RIGNAME to
       indicate multiple instances of wsjtx running concurrently. All writable files listed below
       are therefore unique to each concurrent instance of wsjtx. If the --rig-name command line
       option is not supplied or the RIGNAME argument is not supplied then the directory paths
       below will have the directory WSJT-X.

       ~/.config/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME].ini
           This file stores the application configuration settings.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/ALL.txt
           ALL.txt contains a record of transmitted and received messages and other activity such
           as frequency or band changes.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/save/
           Is the default location for saved .WAV files recorded by the application. The .WAV
           file save location may be changed in the applications settings dialog.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/save/samples/
           Sample .WAV files supplied with the application are found in this directory, they may
           be played back in the application and are referred to in the user guide tutorial
           sections.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ -RIGNAME]/timer.out
           This is a diagnostic file that records decode performance profiling information.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/cty.dat
           This file is not required as a version of it is embedded in the application, but if
           you wish an updated version can be placed here. If present that version will be used
           in preference to the embedded version.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/wsjtx.log
           This is a plain text CSV record of logged QSOs.

       ~/.local/share/WSJT-X[ - RIGNAME]/wsjtx_log.adi
           This is a record of QSOs logged in the ADIF format which is suitable for import into
           many Ham Radio logging programs.

AUTHOR

       Joe Taylor, K1JT.

COPYING

       wsjtx is Copyright © 2001 - 2015 by Joseph H. Taylor, Jr., K1JT, with contributions from
       additional authors. WSJT-X is Open Source software, licensed under the GNU General Public
       License (GPLv3).

       wsjtx includes the “Hamlib - Ham Radio Control Libraries” software which is licensed under
       the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Home page
       https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/hamlib, sources from
       https://sourceforge.net/p/hamlib/code/ci/master/tree/.

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.