Etherkit JTEncode

Generate JT65, JT9, JT4, FT8, WSPR, and FSQ symbols on your Arduino.

Author
Jason Milldrum
Website
https://github.com/etherkit/JTEncode
Category
Data Processing
License
GPL 3.0
Library Type
Contributed
Architectures
Any

This library very simply generates a set of channel symbols for JT65, JT9, JT4, FT8, or WSPR based on the user providing a properly formatted Type 6 message for JT65, JT9, or JT4 (which is 13 valid characters), Type 0.0 or 0.5 message for FT8 (v2.0.0 protocol) or a callsign, Maidenhead grid locator, and power output for WSPR. It will also generate an arbitrary FSQ message of up to 200 characters in both directed and non-directed format. When paired with a synthesizer that can output frequencies in fine, phase-continuous tuning steps (such as the Si5351), then a beacon or telemetry transmitter can be created which can change the transmitted characters as needed from the Arduino.

Downloads

Filename Release Date File Size
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.2.0.zip 2018-12-10 42.31 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.1.3.zip 2017-03-16 35.25 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.1.2.zip 2017-03-16 35.22 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.1.1.zip 2016-12-01 34.51 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.1.0.zip 2016-07-11 34.50 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.0.1.zip 2016-01-24 31.09 KiB
Etherkit_JTEncode-1.0.0.zip 2016-01-03 31.04 KiB