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JTDX, MacLoggerDX, Parallels Desktop15

Jean_Luc F5JRC
Jean_Luc F5JRC Member ✭✭
Hello everyone, I want to interface JTDX (running under W10) with MacLoggerDx (running under MacOs Mojave) to automatically save the FT8 contacts made. The whole being hosted on an iMac 27 with Parallels for the Windows part. Thank you for your help, 73's Jean-Luc


  • Justin W4JTD
    Justin W4JTD Member ✭✭
    edited December 2019
    Hi Jean-Luc - 

    Use JT-Bridge


    It works like a charm to do exactly what you want. I run WSJTX in W10 using Parallels and MacLoggerDX in MacOS at the same time both on my Mac Pro, and JT bridge makes the FT8 contacts log perfectly. 

    Good luck!

  • Jean_Luc F5JRC
    Jean_Luc F5JRC Member ✭✭
    edited May 2020
    Hi Justin,

    Thank you very much, yes it works like a charm, I did not know that it could be so simple to work with the PC version WSJT-x and Maclogger! Good job JT Bridge (SM0THU)!
    Before I tried with the WSJT-x Mac version, it was ok with DogparkSDR but by contrast the audio configuration with Loopback or Sound Siphon is not very stable, sometimes it works, and then 15 minutes later the audio does not work anymore.

    73 & Merry Christmas!
    Jean-Luc / F5JRC

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