I don't know if there is a menu option to disable the ARGO V transmitter or
not. But there is definitely a software command to do it. My N4PY software
does use this feature with the "Xmit Disable" button.
Carl Moreschi N4PY
121 Little Bell Drive
Hays, NC 28635
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To: "Dmitriy Mayorov" <email@example.com>; "Discussion of Ten-Tec
Sent: Tuesday, July 04, 2006 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Temporarily disabling Argonaut V transmitter
> There may be another way to do it but I simply turn the power to zero and
> use a dummy load. Although the dummy load is probably not necessary, I
> feel better about having it in place. Since no power is being
> use a 2 watt 47 ohm resistor soldered into a PL-259 connector. Very
> No one will hear you practice.
> On 1 Jul 2006 at 16:37, Dmitriy Mayorov wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm trying to find a way to temporarily turn off Argonaut V
> > transmitter while keeping the keyer on. I'd like to practice sending
> > CW using its built-in keyer and don't want to transmit garbage.
> > I can turn the power all the way down, connect a dummy load instead
> > of an antenna, and hope that nobody hears me, or even open up the
> > radio and add a switch somewhere, but hopefully there is a better
> > way. Couldn't find it in the manual, though, and Ten-Tec support did
> > not answer either.
> > I saw the same question being asked before, e.g. http://
> > groups.yahoo.com/group/Ten-Tec516/message/2066, but not the answer.
> > Thanks!
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