I’ve enjoyed FT8 very much. But I notice there are some DXing opportunities with RTTY, so I downloaded and installed Fldigi.
I have yet to fully configure it, but was able to “read” some CW conversations this morning with it. It’s not fool proof but depending on the sender you can get a pretty good idea of the conversation and hear the Morse code at the same time. Pretty cool.
Fldigi is capable of several different digital modes including: CW, PSK31, and RTTY.
I also found this tutorial which looks very useful and I’ll begin to go through it over the next several days and try to get it set up better.
I know several of the experienced operators at BCRO use Fldigi a lot. Hope they can comment on their uses and experiences with it!
And I hope you have as much fun exploring digimodes as I have had.