I have been using the various kiwisdr sites on the internet and using them as "target practice" for decoding various digital modes. Chipping in to help fund the spread of the kiwisdr network was a no-brainer for me, and I'm glad to see the project succeeding.
Anyway, here is my problem. JT65 (and related) are transmitted on a fixed one minute schedule, and synchronization needs to be within about a second, otherwise the decoder will fail to work at all. When I try to listen in on jt65 transmissions, I'm seeing lag of more than five seconds. The decoder (wsjt-x) refuses to decode anything as a result.
Does anyone have a suggestion for how to decode JT65 via a web-based kiwisdr? I suppose I could record the audio to a .wav file, then play it back later, aligned such that the JT65 sequences begin at the top of a minute, but that is less than satisfying.