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weak-signal amateur radio communications

WSJT is designed to facilitate Amateur Radio communication under extreme weak-signal conditions. Three very different coding and modulation methods are provided: one for communication by "meteor scatter" techniques on the VHF bands; one for meteor and ionospheric scatter, primarily on the 6 meter band; and one for the very challenging EME (Earth-Moon-Earth) path.
Package version:5.9.7.r383-1.5


wsjt (5.9.7.r383-1.5) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * debian/{control, rules}
    - added python-support, to correctly handle python extensions; thanks to
      Jakub Wilk for the report and patch; Closes: #586814

 -- Sandro Tosi <>  Thu, 08 Jul 2010 08:34:09 +0200

wsjt (5.9.7.r383-1.4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Retiring - remove myself from the uploaders l


Changes in WSJT 5.9.7 (r383):         May 4, 2007

Several new features were motivated by the recent explosion of
activity using JT65A on the HF bands.

1. The "Band" menu now has entries for all bands from 1.8 to 2304 MHz.

2. An optional menu item "Decode -> JT65 -> Quick Decode" has been
   added.  If this item is checked, decoding will


This Debian package was created by Hamish Moffatt <> on
September 2, 2006.

The current Debian maintainer is Hamish Moffatt <>

It was downloaded from:
The .orig.tar.gz was repacked with non-free binary files removed

WSJT is Copyright (c) 2001-2006 by Joseph H. Taylor, Jr., K1JT,
with contributions f

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