If your computer supports it, using a Bluetooth keyboard will allow you to use
multiple wireless keyboards in the same location. You can pair them with a
computer so they'll always connect to the correct computer. I use several
wireless keyboards to mitigate RFI issues in my shack with no problems at all.
Sean - VA5LF
On 2012-03-27, at 11:06 AM, Doug Smith wrote:
> Pete Smith N4ZR wrote:
>> What I'm looking for is recommendations for a wired or wireless USB
>> keyboard that has widely separated keys like an 8-year-old Dell. Please
>> drop me a note off the reflector, and I'll summarize the responses I get.
> One thing I feel compelled to mention whenever the term "wireless keyboard"
> comes up...
> DO NOT use more than one in the same room!
> We learned the hard way at work. These things automatically handshake with
> the base unit when the PC is powered up. Thing is, if you have more than
> one in the same room, there is no way to know which PC will handshake with
> which keyboard! You could find the 40m op logging QSOs at the 15m position...
> Doug Smith W9WI
> Pleasant View, TN EM66
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