I think this message will answer to questions about
using your sound card for a voice keyer.
Tony and Celia Becker writes:
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>Date: Sun, 24 Aug 1997 23:28:25 -0600
>From: Tony and Celia Becker <becker@SPRINTMAIL.COM>
>Subject: [TRLog] SBDVP Trlog sound card software upgrade
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>In response to my Friday request, I received the following on Saturday from
>Kevin Schmidt, W9CF, author of the nifty software SBDVP, which makes your
>cheap Sound Blaster work like an expensive and hard to find DVP board, and
>without using up another precious EISA slot either.
>Tree seems to have started a trend with his nearly instantaeous customer
>service response time.
>I have D/L ed it and tested it with my CVB-YaesuDVS cables, and can happily
>report the it works as described below. Now you too can make SBDVP work with
>your regular rig microphone, (like that Heil boomset with the HC-4 element)
>exactly like a DVP and cable set.
>Best of all it is FREE! (you do have to buy parts solder up the cables though)
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>>I think I added what you wanted. Download
>>ftp://fermi.la.asu.edu/pub/sbdvp091.zip This contains a version of
>>sbdvp which allows an extra command line switch. For example:
>>will make pin 2 of parallel port 1 high while recording. In general
>> -mxpy will toggle pin x (must be 2-9) of parallel port y (must be 1-3).
>>There is a paragraph in the documentation saying the above.
>>73 Kevin w9cf
>>Kevin Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org
>>Department of Physics and Astronomy
>>Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-1504
>>(602) 965-7954 (FAX)
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