version coming soon!
check back for latest news on the update)
A new version of MMTTY is currently being
beta tested. If all goes well, the new update will
be released soon.. It will be available for download on hamsoft.c.a as soon as it is ready.
MMTTY, MMSSTV and MMVARI Open
Source - MM-Open.org
The latest versions of MMTTY, MMSSTV and MMVARI
will continue to be available here on MM Hamsoft
Support will be via the current
MMTTY, MMSSTV and MMvari are Soundcard Programs
RTTY, SSTV, PSK
(WinXP - Vista - Win7 - Win8 & Win 10)
JE3HHT, Makoto (Mako) Mori
This site was created to promote,
distribute and help English speaking hams use excellent Ham Radio programs of
Makoto (Mako) Mori, JE3HHT. The creator of this site makes no claim to or for
the programs or any of the information presented on these pages. All credit is
due to the author and members of the MM users groups who have provided their
input into the workings of the programs. The web master will make every attempt
to insure that the information present is correct an accurate but does not
accept any responsibly for errors or omissions.
The latest news and Information will always be released on this website first!
You always get the newest virus free version from the Official Website!
A special thanks to those who make this website possible!
Your feedback and comments by the Yahoo Groups are appreciated.
Use MM programs with Ham Radio Deluxe
Please report any program problems via the Yahoo User Groups
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Have fun and enjoy! 73 . . Ken - VE5KC
Although all possible effort has been put into testing and check this install process, I except no responsibility for problem that may occur and/or cause undesirable results from using the installer.
In simple terms:
Everything worked fine when tested but computers being what they are one can never know what things can happen. It is very unlikely that you will experience any problems but occasionally things go wrong..