|Subject:||Re: [TenTec] QSK|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Nov 2004 06:13:00 -0500|
Hmmmm....good point Paul.|
But that brings up the question, if you have proper 3:1 element lengths, why would you have to fiddle with the weighting?
Or , is it really correct that the 3:1 ratio is proper/correct elements? Isn't that a 'spec' that, like QSK, was developed back in the mechanical key era also?
To me, sidetone circuitry in just about every rig is designed completely incorrect. I think in most rigs, sidetone is generated by the keying pulses going TO the xmtr stages. I think it should be developed by the wave shape sampled in the SWR circuit. That way you would have a more true representation of how your own signal sounded. As it is now, you really have no true representation in sidetone, of how your signal actually sounds.
Tom - W4BQF
----- Original Message ----- From: "PHILLIP C FLORINE" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 1:46 AM
Subject: [TenTec] QSK
In addition to all the requirements discussed previously for (good) QSK,
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