FT8CALL has been renamed to JS8CALL
JS8Call is a derivative of the WSJT-X application, restructured and redesigned for keyboard-to-keyboard message passing. It is not supported by nor endorsed by the WSJT-X development group. While the WSJT-X group maintains copyright over the original work and code, JS8Call is a derivative work licensed under and in accordance with the terms of the GPLv3 license. Source code can be found in this public repository: https://bitbucket.org/widefido/wsjtx/
Please Note that JS8Call is currently pre-release software
As such each version will have a limited lifespan, you should also be aware that there may be bugs in the software and that links on the websites may become out of date at times. If you want a stable version of the software then we ask you to please wait for Version 1.0 to be released.
The reason for the limited lifespan is because older versions of the software may be incompatible with the current release, for this reason we encourage you to sign up to groups.io to stay informed about the latest release Please follow the link https://groups.io/g/ft8call to sign up.
You can read the documentation here
From version . 0.5.x the default calling frequencies set up in JS8Call are listed below, but please note these are not set in stone and can easily be changed in your settings, or you can simply manually retune your radio to another frequency.
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