- GM Tom - clip from the manual: The Callsign Database As an operating convenience, WSJT makes use of a simple callsign database file named CALL3.TXT. A defaultMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 6, 2011View SourceGM Tom - clip from the manual:
The Callsign Database
As an operating convenience, WSJT makes use of a simple callsign
database file named CALL3.TXT. A default file is distributed with the
program, but you will want to update the file yourself and perhaps
modify it to suit your regional needs. Current versions of the default
file are maintained by DL8EBW and can be downloaded from
A good reminder to all to add their info or check their listing if
moved, new call, etc.
- Probably the easiest way is just to type your own callsign into the To Radio box and enter your locator square in the Grid box and click the Add button.Message 2 of 3 , Sep 6, 2011View SourceProbably the easiest way is just to type your own callsign into the 'To
Radio' box and enter your locator square in the 'Grid' box and click the
"Add" button. It will ask you if the station is known to be on EME, which
only you can answer of course, then you will have been added into the
CALL3.TXT file on your computer.
If you then want to appear in the CALL3.TXT file on the various download
sites, then you will need to send your modified CALL3.TXT file to them, or
register with them and add your details. There are various ones, but here's
a good selection to be going on with.
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> Would someone please tell me where to go so I may enter my call leters in
> the CALL3.TXT file?