JT-Bridge v2.2.1 now available
Anders Östlund (SM0THU) released Version 2.2.0 and very quickly thereafter, v2.2.1 of JT-Bridge.
JT-Bridge acts like a bridge between WSJT-X and your logging application. It features:
- Displays CQs from WSJT-X
- Double-click on a CQ to reply in WSJT-X
- Check QSO and QSL status of calls, DXCC entities, CQ zone, ITU zone, State, IOTA, Grid and Continent in your logging application
- Send logged QSOs from WSJT-X to your logging application
- Support for Aether, MacLoggerDX and RUMlogNG logging applications
- Send notifications to OS X Notification Center for unworked or unconfirmed items.
- Send a notification to OS X Notification Center when you are called
- Read transceiver frequency from your logging application
- Set transceiver frequency via MacLoggerDX or RUMlogNG
- Control the PTT via your logging application
- QRZ or HamQTH call book lookup
- Show LoTW and eQSL users
- Show distance and bearing to CQ caller
- Show information about the station worked with WSJT-X
- Macro buttons with information about the station being worked
- Mark CQs with strikethroughed text, if the CQ specifies a call area that you are not within.
Version 2.2.1 fixes five issues that were found in previous versions. Change log:
- FIX: Logging comments to MacLoggerDX
Version 2.2.0 includes the following new features:
- NEW: Send notifications to SMS/Email
- NEW: Show CQ in black if database lookup fails
- NEW: Log start time of QSO, if available
- NEW: Call book information from previous CQs is used if available, instead of a new lookup over internet
- NEW: Option to set the number of CQs that are shown
- NEW: Call book login status in preference window
- NEW: Option to mark CQs to specific call areas
- NEW: Added Continent column to Activity table
- NEW: Get own call and grid from WSJT-X instead of preferences
- FIX: Override call book grid with the one from wsjt-x
OS X 10.9 Mavericks and above
Instructions on setting up and running JT-Bridge documentation page.
As always, JT-Bridge can be downloaded free-of-charge here.