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CW?

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4X1RV
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Re: CW?

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Unread post by 4X1RV »

Hi
In CWType 3 rows from top you have:
SP: Speed, D/D Dot/dash ratio, ILS: Inter-letter spacing.

change the ILS and Speed to your liking.

Edwin
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Joined: Thu Jan 21, 2021 5:56 pm

Re: CW?

#22

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For a CW interface I would opt for a MIDI keyer to keep latency low.

http://dl1ycf.darc.de/midicw.htm

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PD3LK
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Re: CW?

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Indeed Edwin, i'm not a trained CW'r but via midi works nicely. In SparkSDR for example it's possible to programm the touch-sensitive-volume-sliderknob on my Behringer midi controller as a CW key. Not a serious replacement for a real key but the latency is indeed low, listning to your own keying doesn't make you crazy.

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DK8KW
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Re: CW?

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Hi,

I use Morse Keyer V4.3, keyed through a COM-port from an external keyer. I use the external keyer's sidetone because otherwise the latency is too high. In Morse Keyer V4.3 you can adjust thw tone envelope rise/fall time to make the tone smoothe and click-free. Tone output is fed into SDR-Console.


Vy 73

Geri, DK8KW

Edwin
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Re: CW?

#25

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An updatet version of the K3NG keyer with MIDI output, serial (COM) and low-latency sidetone audio via USB on a Teensy 4.0

https://github.com/softerhardware/k3ng_cw_keyer

73, Edwin.

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