I use a Logikey 2 and a Logikey 3 (both homebrew) on my IC-746 and my
IC-756PRO. I get excellent CW and prefer that method. I have done the same
with my TenTec and Kenwood rigs.
73 de Jim, K5ROV...
James (Jim) Parsons, K5ROV, CMSgt (E-9), USAF, Ret., San Angelo, TX
Ham for over 60 yrs. 90% CW
firstname.lastname@example.org, QCWA, ARCI, Fists, ARRL, ARMS.
EX: W1RLA, K5FBB, K4FEO, SV0WN (CRETE), SV0WN (RHODES),
DL4NC, DL4JP, KA2FC (JAPAN), KA2JP (JAPAN).
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To: "tentec" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2002 16:50 PM
Subject: [TenTec] Fwd: Re: GEORGE et al - QUESTION ON THE "HEAVY SIDETONE"
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> Date: Sat, 02 Feb 2002 15:47:03 -0700 (MST)
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> Subject: Re: GEORGE et al - QUESTION ON THE "HEAVY SIDETONE"
> To: "George, W5YR" <email@example.com>
> George & Steve et al
> The newbie is back hi hi. I think I missed something in this thread and
> recheck. Sounds to me like the net result is that any ICOM rig should work
> just fine if you happen to already have a Logikey III external keyer and
> use it.
> The only part I'm not clear on is what exactly "overly heavy sidetone
> means as used by Steve. Are we saying that the sound ouf our keying is
> loud compared to what we are receiving? And if so could not a resistor or
> clear that up? Or...am I as ignorant as I suspect I might be hi hi.
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