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==Downloading MMTTY Engine==
 
==Downloading MMTTY Engine==
  
Before you can get started operating RTTY Win-Test uses the MMTTY engine by JE3HHT, so first task is to go to [http://mmhamsoft.amateur-radio.ca/mmtty/index.html] scroll down the page to where the title says MMTTY Engine, download the zip file and unpackage the file into a folder where you will be able to find it perhaps “mmtty engine” for example, this is because you will need to tell Win-Test the location of the mmtty.exe file.
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Before you can get started operating RTTY Win-Test uses the MMTTY engine by JE3HHT, so first task is to go to [http://mmhamsoft.amateur-radio.ca/mmtty/index.html|http://mmhamsoft.amateur-radio.ca/mmtty/index.html] scroll down the page to where the title says MMTTY Engine, download the zip file and unpackage the file into a folder where you will be able to find it perhaps “mmtty engine” for example, this is because you will need to tell Win-Test the location of the mmtty.exe file.
  
 
'''Note:''' if your already using N1MM Logger or Writelog you may already have this engine installed so its worth while checking before hand.
 
'''Note:''' if your already using N1MM Logger or Writelog you may already have this engine installed so its worth while checking before hand.

Revision as of 22:05, 24 July 2006

Downloading MMTTY Engine

Before you can get started operating RTTY Win-Test uses the MMTTY engine by JE3HHT, so first task is to go to [1] scroll down the page to where the title says MMTTY Engine, download the zip file and unpackage the file into a folder where you will be able to find it perhaps “mmtty engine” for example, this is because you will need to tell Win-Test the location of the mmtty.exe file.

Note: if your already using N1MM Logger or Writelog you may already have this engine installed so its worth while checking before hand.