I have this QRP rig and like it very much. However, after using it
several times on contests which required both CW and SSB, I have been reminded
of how useful a voice keyer is to save one's voice.
Have any of you who also use this rig had any experience in connecting
a voice keyer to it? (In particular, I have a DVK-100 - by Neltronics I think.)
The QRP PLUS microphone wiring is a little different than "normal" connectors
as it is set up to use electret type microphones (i.e., MFJ 285W, Icom HM-65).
Also, I have a sporadic problem which appears to be audio feedback.
Once in a awhile when I key the mic (in a quiet room and before I begin
speaking), I get a squeal which actually sounds very much like the CW sidetone
but a good deal louder. The problem is solved by letting go of the mic switch
and then pressing it again. Does anyone have any ideas as to whether the mic
is at fault or the radio?
73, Dave Clemons K1VUT
>From firstname.lastname@example.org (Kris Mraz, N5KM) Thu Oct 17 16:21:06 1996
From: email@example.com (Kris Mraz, N5KM) (Kris Mraz, N5KM)
Subject: Tucker's = HRO?
Here's the press release I got from HRO. Since this thread has limited
contesting content this will be my last posting on the subject.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HAM RADIO OUTLET PURCHASES HAM RADIO ASSETS OF TUCKER ELECTRONICS OF
TEXAS OCTOBER 16TH 1996.
Ham Radio Outlet, the world's largest Ham Radio Equipment dealer,
announced today it had agreed to purchase substantially all the Ham
Equipment assets of Tucker Electronics and the Ham Radio assests of
Oklahoma Comm Center which was aquired in July by Tucker.
Ham Radio Outlet will not be occupying the current Tucker store location
as all Ham Radio sales activity at Tucker will cease on October 16th.
Radio Outlet plans to consolidate Tucker's retail and mail order
operation with Ham Radio Outlet's New Hampshire store location. Tucker's
1-800-559-7388 telephone number will be answered by Ham Radio Outlet's
New Hampshire store at this time. Ham Radio Outlet will continue to
market the "Tucker" Brand of accessories.
Ham Radio Outlet will be aquiring new locations and will announce plans
For further information contact:
Bob Ferrero, W6RJ