Digital Communications

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PSK31, JT65, JT9 There are many methods of digital communications available to Amateur Radio operators. PSK31, JT65, and JT9 are about the most common methods used today in the United States. These digital communications combine the use of your computer interfacing to your amateur radio transceiver to send and receive text communications in real time to other operators around the world. Ham Radio Digtal Modes  (by W4PHS) Operating PSK 31 (by WV3E) WinLink 2000 WinLink2K is the name of an Internet network, with associated amateur radio stations. The radio stations and network enable radio amateurs to send and receive emails via radio, using standard email addresses. WINMOR is a communication protocol, that is designed to function with the Sound Card on computers, interfacing with amateur radio transceivers WinLink2K is used as an emergency email communication network for ARES in the event of a disaster where local infrastructure such as power or your Internet provider is not available. WinLink 2000 Website Winlink 2000 made Simple document