Here's what I found:
QST July 1993 page 36 An Infrared Optoelectronic Keyer, Cebik, L.B., W4RNL
February 1992, page 30 An Infrared Optoelectronic Straight Key, L.B. Cebik,
August 1991, page 33, An Infrared Keyer Interface, John Conklin, WD0O
October 1991, page 42, An Infrared Keyer Interface (Feedback)
I'm going to be out at our club station tomorrow (it's School Club Roundup
week) and will check the issues of QST and see which might be the most
pertinent to the thread here.
Also, FAR Radio Circuits carries the boards.
> Oh wow! I missed that one for sure. Thanks Dale. If you find it,
> pse post a
> reply to the list. Most guys are saying "great idea", "let me know if you
> build it" and "surely some commercial firm will make one" hihihi.
> dit dit
> de ken n9vv
> Dale L Martin wrote:
> > It was presented in a QST magazine construction article a few
> years back.
> > Arrl website is down again, or I'd check the past articles listing.
> > 73,
> > dale, kg5u
> > >
> > > I've been hoping someone would tackle this; I'm not so much wanting to
> > > wander around the room so much as I'm anxious to clear the
> > > clutter of wires
> > > on the desk. Sounds like a great idea to me. Maybe I.R. so as
> to minimize
> > > R.F.I. problems?
> > >
> > > Travis N5AY
> > >
> > > > I am falling love with wireless headphones (Jensen Linx where
> > > you use your
> > > > favorite headphones and a belt clipped RX). So how would
> you go about
> > > WIRELESS
> > > > PADDLES for true roaming CW operation?
> > > >
> > > > Tnx,
> > > > de ken n9vv
> > > > http://www.n9vv.com