NO3M decoded in JT9 mode on 630m using the KiwiSDR

Propagation on the low bands has been good in recent weeks. While it is now not unusual for WSPR to be heard from across the Atlantic most nights in the winter season, the digital conversational modes such as JT9 or FT8 are more challenging as they require a greater signal strength for a successful decode.

That some decodes were achieved indicates that the continual optimisation of antenna and processing paths, coupled with efforts at noise reduction, are producing results.

Setup: KiwiSDR – Firefox – Virtual Audio Cable –  3 x WSJT-X (WSPR, FT8, JT9)

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