What is JTDX?

JTDX means "JT & T modes for DXing", it is being developed with main focus on the sensitivity and decoding efficiency, both, in overcrowded and half empty HF band conditions.

It is modified WSJT-X software forked from WSJT-X r6462.

JTDX supports JT9, JT65, T10 and FT8 © digital modes for HF amateur radio communication, focused on DXing and being shaped by community of DXers.

© 2016-2017 by Igor Chernikov, UA3DJY and Arvo Järve ES1JA

It is created with contributions from DK7UY, DO1IP, ES4RLH,G7OED, MM0HVU, RA4UDC, SV1IYF, UA3ALE, US-E-12, VE3NEA, VK3AMA,  VK6KXW, VK7YUM and LY3BG family: Vytas and Rimas Kudelis.

JTDX is licensed under the terms of Version3 of the GNU General Public License (GPL)

The algorithms, source code, look-and-feel of WSJT-X and related programs, and protocol specifications for the modes FSK441, FT8, JT4, JT6M, JT9, JT65, JTMS, QRA64, ISCAT, and MSK144 are Copyright © 2001-2017 by one or more of the following authors:
Joseph Taylor, K1JT; Bill Somerville, G4WJS; Steven Franke, K9AN; Nico Palermo, IV3NWV;
Greg Beam, KI7MT; Michael Black, W9MDB; Edson Pereira, PY2SDR; Philip Karn, KA9Q;
and other members of the WSJT Development Group.

JTSDK Credits
JTSDK by Greg Beam, Joe Taylor