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07-18-2009 06:43 AM
btrayfors No...they use the computer's sound card.

07-17-2009 01:09 PM
morgan3 do you need a pactor modem to use this software?
07-16-2009 10:22 AM
camaraderie Here...JVComm32 - FAX SSTV RTTY SYNOP NAVTEX program
Weather messages decoder - RTTY, NAVTEX, WEFAX (HF-FAX), NWR SAME software
07-16-2009 09:17 AM
Castlereef I also remember seeing some software that you could use on your laptop, connecting it to your ssb, which would provide you weatherfax and navtex data on your screen, I'll see if I can dig out the link, seemed really good.
07-03-2009 08:10 PM
Paolaa Dear Camaraderie,

Thanks for all the information.
Now I hope I can hear them with my SSB receiver.
06-29-2009 10:38 PM
camaraderie Here's Chris Parker's Schedule and frequencies:CARIBWX The Caribbean Weather Site

And here's the complete worldwide NWS radio-fax schedule

And here's USA Navtex/Sitor text brpadcasts:
NAVTEX Product Listing
Note that:
Assigned frequencies shown, for carrier frequencies subtract 1.7 kHz. Typically specialized marine communications equipment uses assigned SITOR frequencies while general purpose equipment uses carrier frequencies. Note that stations share common frequencies. For SITOR.

Better is all you need for the Caribe on one page...I used it exclusively for several years.
06-29-2009 08:41 PM
Receiving weather faxes and forescast


I am in Fort Pierce, Florida .
And I want to know at what time I can here Chris Parker forescast and also at what time can I receive the weather faxes in my SSB receiver



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